Talisk with The Trials of Cato

Friday, March 1 2024 at 6:00 PM

6pm Doors
7pm Show
10pm Curfew

Talisk is a celebrated Scottish folk trio, known for their innovative blend of traditional and modern music, consisting of Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, and Graeme Armstrong, who have earned international acclaim, including the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards’ Horizon title, with their captivating melodies and worldwide performances.

20 dollar table minimum per person is required.
Tickets are non-refundable.


One of the most talked-about folk bands of the 21st century, Talisk has been tearing apart stereotypes and redefining the genre for almost a decade. With over 15 million streams, 10,000 albums sold worldwide, and sold-out shows across five continents – from Paris to New York, London to Tokyo, Glasgow to Vancouver – alongside headline appearances at festivals the world over, the Scottish trio has amassed a global, die-hard following. Wielding instruments that have rarely seen the likes of their music, Mohsen Amini(concertina), Benedict Morris(violin) andCharlie Galloway(guitar) have stacked up major awards for their explosively energetic sound – including five between BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio Scotland, and two highly coveted BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards. At New Year 2022, they played BBC One’s Hogmanay show to a television audience over one million, and – as the only folk act alongside pop headliners – quickly amassed a vast, mainstream audience that continues to propel the group to some of their largest live shows to date. Headlining Glasgow’s iconic Barrowland Ballroom in 2024 – during Europe’s largest winter festival, the legendary Celtic Connections – Talisk’s star remains firm on a rapid ascent. Never afraid to push musical boundaries, or test the live production capabilities of just three people (yes, it’s all live), there’s captivating a crowd, and then there’s Talisk