Su-a Lee Introduces: Donald Grant & Fergus McCreadie

Fri 23 Aug at 3:00pm Northesk Parish Church Su-a Lee Introduces - a series of Fringe Festival concerts

Friends 2 for 1 discount

A series of Fringe Festival concerts.
Su-a Lee introduces some of her favourite musicians playing fiddle and piano.

Event Description

Su-a Lee is one of Scotland’s most charismatic musical personalities. A classical cellist who refuses to be pigeonholed, she collaborates with a wide range of musicians in the fields of classical, folk and jazz.  Following her rapturously received concert during last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe she has curated a short series of concerts by musicians she particularly admires.  

Donald Grant & Fergus McCreadie – fiddle & piano

Fergus McCreadie is the first ever jazz pianist to join BBC Radio 3’s prestigious New Generation Artists Scheme.

Donald Grant leads a fascinating double life as one of today’s leading Scottish fiddlers and a member of the renowned Elias String Quartet.

Together these brilliant musicians offer a fascinating fusion of musical styles which will have appeal across all tastes.

[Donald Grant] "Superb debut release… breaking down the barriers of what we know as traditional folk music.” ★★★★★ Maverick Magazine

[Fergus McCreadie] "the most beautiful music that can be heard in jazz at the moment.” WrittenInMusic

Running time: 75 minutes no interval

Venue & Accessibility

This event will be held at Northesk Parish Church North Bridge Street, Musselburgh EH21 6AG

  • Seating is unallocated.
  • Interval refreshments are served in the church hall, adjacent to the church.
  • There are 2 steps into the church with a ramp that can be placed over the steps.
  • There are level access toilets inside the church hall, accessed by going out of the church and into the adjoining hall.
  • Spaces for wheelchairs are at the side, front of the church.
  • Accessible parking is across the road, with designated parking bays on Ladywell Way.
  • Gracefield car park is behind The Brunton and there is also a car park on Ladywell Way.


If you have any access needs or will require assistance from our team during your visit, please contact the box office on 0131 653 5245 / .




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