Kirsty is working with Cathal McConnell on our Paths to Songs project. Below is a little bit about her.
Borders-born Kirsty Law has grown up learning traditional songs, mainly in the Scots dialect. She now combines this with her strong interests in songwriting and poetry which has lead to her own self penned work, inspired by the ideas and forms she finds within the tradition. Having just completed a Folk and Traditional Music Bmus at Newcastle University, she has launched into a career of performing and writing, fast becoming noticed as a talent to watch.
Kirsty has also been a collaborator on various other arts projects, working with other musicians, visual artists and poets.
‘Her voice has a rich, warm tone and her sensitive interpretation will touch your heart. Not to be missed!’ (Margaret Bennett)
Kirsty’s Paths to Songs blogs
Kirsty Law has written her first Paths to Songs blog for us. Read on >>> Learning from Cathal McConnell is something I have wanted to do for sometime. So after initially getting together and having the privilege of performing some songs with him in March for St Patrick’s Day, I am delighted that he is […]