|Date||Sunday October 8th 2:00 PM|
|Venue||Colaisde na Gàidhlig / The Gaelic College|
Kenneth is a piper and fiddler, raised in a Gaelic-speaking and musical family in Mabou, Cape Breton. The drive and energetic feel of Kenneth’s music has seen him become an in-demand performer at dances, concerts and festivals at home and he travels across Canada, the USA and Europe regularly with other artists. He has recorded on several albums and, along with his brother Angus (Dàimh, Seudan), recorded and released the acclaimed album Pìob is Fidheall in 2010, nominated for both Music Nova Scotia and East Coast Music Awards. His latest project sees him bringing together a group of pipers in the exciting group Nuallan, to celebrate the Gaelic-dance style of piping brought to and developed in Cape Breton. They released their debut, self-titled album in 2015. It also garnered nominations for both Music Nova Scotia and East Coast Music awards and in 2016, they performed around Atlantic Canada, Ireland and Scotland. Kenneth currently lives in Mabou with his wife Jenny and their young twins Duncan and Iris.