Make Music Day: concert with Juliette Lemoine and Nicky Murray

Fri 21 June

On the occasion of the Fête de la Musique, join us for an afternoon of acoustic music from French/Scottish musicians Juliette Lemoine and Nicky Murray from Live Music Now Scotland. The duo will be playing a blend of original and traditional music, all in the spirit of Make Music Day!

Contemporary-folk duo Nicky Murray & Juliette Lemoine bring a fresh take to old classics, country-folk, and original songs. Nicky’s husky emotive vocals blend with the unique combination of guitar and cello, taking their listeners on captivating journeys.

Juliette and Nicky joined the Live Music Now Scotland Scheme in 2023.


Nicky Murray is a singer and multi-instrumentalist who began to make a name for himself in 2014 following the release his debut album 'Plenty More Weeping’. Since then, he has released two more records, Wintermore (2018) and his most recent album ‘How Long’ (2024)—— “Such a beautifully made album, beautifully performed” (BBC Radio Scotland). ‘How Long’ was recorded fully analogue and features some of Scotland’s most exciting contemporary musicians, including Alex Palmer, Fergus McCreadie, Chloë Bryce Juliette Lemoine, Mischa Stevens, Selina Ross & Ellen Torrance. 

Juliette Lemoine is a cellist who recently burst onto the Scottish music scene with her debut album 'Soaring’, which was long-listed for the Scottish Album of the Year award 2023. “‘A seamless fusion of Scottish traditional music and jazz” –– (The Arts Desk) . She is a sought out performer across the Scottish folk and jazz scenes and performs most regularly with her band and as part of her duo with guitarist Chris Amer. Juliette holds a BMus degree in Traditional Music (1st class Hons) from the Royal conservatoire of Scotland. (2022)

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