Free Fringe Music 2012 Each lunchtime, take time out in the Grand Gallery at the National Museum of Scotland to enjoy a musical celebration of tradtional Scottish and music from around the globe. Performer Line Up Dates: Sat 4 – Sun 26 August 2012 Time: 12:45 (45mins) Venue: Grand Gallery, Level 1, National Museum of Scotland In association with Live Music Now Scotland. Sat 4 August Thomas Annang and David Day Jembe and Dundun Sun 5 August Oksana Mavrodii and Silviya Mihaylova Music for voice and piano from Russia Mon 6 August Thomas Annang and David Day Tue 7 August Megan Henderson and Ewan Robertson Gaelic and Scottish traditional music and dance with fiddles, guitar and vocals Wed 8 August Wildings Traditional music from Orkney, Northumberland and Skye Thu 9 August Jo Mango World Music singer and songwriter Fri 10 August Miniature Dinosaurs Four piece rock band Sat 11 August Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees Orkney fiddle tunes from the BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year winner Sun 12 August Jo Mango Band World Music band Mon 13 August Jennifer Port Scottish clarsach and voice Tue 14 August Manran Fiddles, pipes and traditional Gaelic singing Wed 15 August Jeana Leslie and Siobhan Miller Orkney traditional tunes and folk ballads Thu 16 August Claire Mann and Aaron Jones Fiddle, guitar and bouzouki Fri 17 August Duende Latin American music Sat 18 August Flercussion Flute, marimba and percussion Sun 19 August Mamadou Cissokho West African harp and percussion Mon 20 August Mamadou Cissokho West African harp and percussion Tue 21 August Jennifer Port Traditional harpist and Scots singer Wed 22 August Jo Ashcroft and Christopher Baxter Flute and piano Thu 23 August Olga Jegunova Piano music from Russia Fri 24 August Jo Mango World Music singer/songwriter Sat 25 August Musala Trio Balkan and Eastern European folk music Sun 26 August Tina Jordan Rees, Suzanne Houston and Daniel Thorpe Scottish fiddle, accordion, flute, piano and step-dancing Miniature Dinosaurs Related pages National Museum of Scotland Catherine the Great Performance and Lives Sounds Global workshops External Links Live Music Now Scotland Year of Creative Scotland Duende. Jo Mango. Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees. Olga Jegunova. Megan Henderson and Ewan Robertson. Mavrodi and Mihaylova.