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Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas

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Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas

Music
Sunday, October 18
7:30 pm
Wisconsin Union Theater | Fredric March Play Circle
Cost: 29.00
General Public: $29; Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $25; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10; UW-Madison Faculty/Staff: $27
Fraser keeps Scottish tradition alive by performing Gaelic classic songs, dance tunes and more, drawing from the stories and history of Scotland.

With engaging performances and dynamic fiddling, Alasdair Fraser has made a name for himself in the world of Scottish music. Fraser keeps Scottish tradition alive by performing Gaelic classic songs, dance tunes and more, drawing from the stories and history of Scotland. With six albums, Fraser continues to make music individually and in collaboration with other artists. Haas adds her spark to Celtic music with the cello. After discovering her love and talent for the instrument at age nine, she went on to become a Juilliard-trained musician and is now one of the most sought-after cellists. Haas shares her talent by teaching around the world and has held an associate professor position at Boston's Berklee College of Music. Fraser and Haas have performed together for over 15 years, and the pair has released multiple albums.

MUSIC LINKS, NEWS, REVIEWS, & MORE: Alasdair Fraser Website, Natalie Haas Website, Facebook, Wikipedia

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With engaging performances and dynamic fiddling, Alasdair Fraser has made a name for himself in the world of Scottish music. Fraser keeps Scottish tradition alive by performing Gaelic classic songs, dance tunes and more, drawing from the stories and history of Scotland. With six albums, Fraser continues to make music individually and in collaboration with other artists. Haas adds her spark to Celtic music with the cello. After discovering her love and talent for the instrument at age nine, she went on to become a Juilliard-trained musician and is now one of the most sought-after cellists. Haas shares her talent by teaching around the world and has held an associate professor position at Boston's Berklee College of Music. Fraser and Haas have performed together for over 15 years, and the pair has released multiple albums.

MUSIC LINKS, NEWS, REVIEWS, & MORE: Alasdair Fraser Website, Natalie Haas Website, Facebook, Wikipedia

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