DUNCAN Chisholm is regarded as one of the most accomplished and authentic interpreters of traditional Highland fiddle music. He was a founding member of the highly successful folk rock band Wolfstone and wrote the music for the Oscar winning film Good Will Hunting.

Duncan - who plays Ulverston's Coronation Hall on Sunday as part of the new Furness Tradition concert programme - continues to release albums to critical acclaim. His elegant, trance-like and tender music landed him Composer of the Year at the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards ceremony in 2018 with his latest album Sandwood awarded Album of the Year.

On October 17, Furness Tradition brings Hannah James' Jigdoll Ensemble to the Coro, an immersive, unforgettable song and dance experience mixing cutting edge looping technology with vocal, accordion and composition skill.

Jigdoll Ensemble sees singer, accordionist, composer and clog dancer, Hannah, joined by three masters of their instruments: percussionist András Des, fiddle player Kate Young and bassist Marti Tarn, who perfectly articulate her visionary ideas for song, tune and dance.

Come November 28, and it's the turn of Blazin' Fiddles to take part in FT's Ulverston series. Blending solo and ensemble sets, fiddlers Jenna Reid, Bruce MacGregor, Rua Macmillan and Kristan Harvey are joined by Anna Massie on guitar and fiddle and Angus Lyon on piano to deliver a musically intoxicating evening for all.

Furness Tradition's Gordon Jones says that it's a season of amazing concerts: "It's a joy to be able to bring artists of this calibre to our area to such a great venue as the Coronation Hall. It goes from strength to strength as a community run venue."

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