Ailsa Mair is a singing cellist, emerging storyteller and ecological sound artist who has worked in storytelling as a collaborative musician for over a decade.
Known for her part in duo Tinc y Tannau, Ailsa Mair is a classically-trained and wildly untamed songwriter and improviser, who developed a new ‘Soundmapping’ project in lockdown, funded by the Arts Council of Wales & The National Lottery Stabilisation Fund.
Saturday 9pm: Citrus Village, Musician for Savage Hart
Sunday 1pm: Ailsa is part of the Moon-Eyed People storytelling talk with Peter Stevenson,
Saturday 1pm (families)
Saturday 5pm (adults)
Sunday 4pm – Sound Maps performance in The Outdoor Hut – Make & Share
Ailsa Mair will lead two short ‘Soundmapping Our 5 Square Miles’ workshops on ways of listening to and creatively ‘mapping’ the soundscape around us, here at Dinefwr and/or at your own homes. On Sunday, you have the option to hear your ‘sound maps’ played back to you with live music by Ailsa in an interactive performance