Kinnaris at National Museum of Scotland







Kinnaris perform a special set for Burns&Beyond from the world-famous National Museum of Scotland for Burns Night.

Uplifting, fresh, honest and powerful music, with influences of traditional Scottish and Irish music, Bluegrass, Old-Time, Classical, and new compositions, harmonies, energy, and drive.

Winners of the 2019 Belhaven Bursary for Innovation in Music – the most significant prize in Scotland, matched only by the Mercury Prize, Kinnaris Quintet burst onto the scene in 2017 with a unique, highly emotive, energetic, powerful sound. Their music has been described as ‘euphoric’ and combines Scottish and Irish folk with Bluegrass, Classical, Scandinavian and Appalachian influences. Unable to hide their joy at making music together, the quintet perform with an enthusiasm that is infectious as anyone who has seen them live will attest. Kinnaris Quintet have become the folk band to see, with sell-out shows at Celtic Connections, and appearances at most other major folk festivals, including Shetland Folk Festival, Celtic Colours (Cape Breton) and Cambridge Folk Festival.

“… a great example of musicians moving the tradition forward while showing sure appreciate of where it all begins”

The Herald

Burns&Beyond is once again proud to support our official charity Tiny Changes, fundraising to help transform the mental health of children and young people across Scotland.

If you have enjoyed this performance and would like to donate please text TINYCHANGES to 70450 followed by the amount you wish to donate, for example:

TINYCHANGES 5 to donate £5.00
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Please note texts cost your donation plus one standard rate message, with 100% of all donations going to the Tiny Changes charity