Gaelic Connections – The Campbells of Greepe

The Campbells of Greepe are one of the great dynasties of Gaelic song. The family’s roots lie in a tiny crofting township on the Isle of Skye, situated off the West Coast of Scotland, where music was the constant accompaniment to everyday life. Pipers and singers who love to dance, it’s no surprise that they are considered the masters of Gaelic mouth music and their songs encompass a whole musical world – pibroch songs, work songs and the songs of their own community.

Amongst the special guests joining three generations of the family are virtuoso American step-dancer Nic Gareiss and award-winning piper Lorne MacDougall.

This concert will take place at LSO St Luke’s, 161 Old Street, EC1V 9NG, at 8 pm on Tuesday 15 April.  Tickets, costing £10, £15 and £22  can be booked online at or by phone or in person at the Barbican box office – 020 7648 8891.  A 20% discount on tickets is available to church members; contact the church secretary by email or phone 020 7836 5643 for further details