Scott Macmillan & Colin Grant Duo
Scott & Colin WIN 2017 Canadian Folk Music Award ‘Instrumental Group of the Year’ for GOOD2GO as well as nominated by Music NS for ‘2017 Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year’. GOOD2GO wins 2017 ECMA award for ‘Traditional Instrumental Recording of … Continue reading
The Celtic Mass for the Sea is now approaching the thirtieth year since it was composed in 1988. It has been performed numerous times, nationally and internationally in its history including two performances at Carnegie Hall in New York. “Scott … Continue reading
Ian McKinnon & Symphony Nova Scotia
Winner of 2002 East Coast Music, Classical Recording of the Year features Rawlin’s Cross bagpiper, Ian MacKinnon and Symphony Nova Scotia. Macmillan’s dynamic music rolls, tumbles and soars, through the hard Atlantic crossing, the back-breaking clearing of land, the joys of family and disappointment and tragedy that also inevitably came… earthy folk stories in the elegant language of symphonic music.
Dave MacIsaac & Scott Macmillan
What do Eric Clapton and Jerry Holland have in common? Or for that matter Buddy Guy and Buddy MacMaster? They have the Celtic Blues Breaking guitar mastery of two of the world’s best pickers, Scott Macmillan and Dave MacIsaac! Continue reading
Ordinarily you would ask, why is a guitar player writing fiddle tunes? But there is nothing ordinary about Scott Macmillan. His collection is a valuable guide for musicians and music lovers. Continue reading