MODERN Celtic folk at its mightiest will be masterfully presented at Trelawnyd in March.

Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton, two of Scotland’s most prominent musicians will bring their arsenal is made up of bagpipes, whistles, guitars, cittern, drums, and electronics to Trelawnyd Memorial Hall.

Winners of BBC Radio 2 's Folk Awards 'Best Duo' in 2017, the pair excel at expertly performing instrumental music deeply rooted in the Scottish tradition.

With stunning original compositions on both of their highly acclaimed albums, Symbiosis I and II, Ross and Ali display staggering range from high octane jigs and reels to beautifully melodic slow airs.

Ross and Ali have a long history of shared musical roots from their days with the Vale of Atholl pipe band, at the age of 12. They were mentored by one of the most innovative pipers in the last 30 years, the late great Gordon Duncan, who sparked a deep passion for playing pipes with other instruments leading them to become founding members of the musical powerhouse Treacherous Orchestra as well as playing with bands such as Old Blind Dogs, Salsa Celtica, Dougie Maclean, Shooglenifty, Zakir Hussain, The Levellers and Capercaillie.

The duo have retained that spirit ever since, skilfully blending the old and the new, mixing in elements of traditional, rock and electronic.

The boys will be joined by two of Scotland’s finest musicians, Paul Jennings of Croft No. 5 fame, and Jenn Butterworth from Kinnaris Quintet.

For a night of soaring folk at it's most electric, join Folk at the Hall on Saturday, March 16 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £14, with an additional booking fee, available by clicking here.