Sign up now for workshops with Scotland's Sean Gray! July 8 in Charlottetown.
Seán Gray is a flute, whistle and guitar player from the small village of Coylton near the south west coast of Scotland. Since spending a year at the prestigious National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music (Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd) he has toured and played to audiences throughout the world. Most of this time has been spent playing with the award winning Paul McKenna Band who were cited by The New York Times as:
"The best folk band to have come out of Scotland in the last twenty years"
During his time with the band he has been involved in writing and recording four albums to high critical acclaim, most recently "Paths that Wind". Seán was commissioned to write a piece of music for the highly respected New Voices concert series at the 2017 Celtic Connections festival held in Glasgow. He is soon to be releasing his debut EP "The Waiting Room".