Chris Stout

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Chris Stout
Also known as Christopher Stout
Occupation(s) Professional musician and composer
Instruments Violin/fiddle/viola
Labels Greentrax
Associated acts Fiddlers' Bid
Website http://www.chrisstout.co.uk
Notable instruments
Ewen Thomson violin and viola

Chris Stout (born 1976) is a fiddle/violin player from Shetland, now based in Glasgow. Stout grew up in Fair Isle, a small Shetland island, and lived there until 8 years of age before moving to Sandwick on the Shetland mainland, then on to Glasgow in the 1990s.

Stout has studied under prominent Shetland fiddlers including Willie Hunter and Arthur Scott Robertson and is adept at a variety of violin styles, drawing on a range of influences from folk, jazz, electronica and classical.

In 1990 he won both the Shetland "Young Fiddler of the Year" competition for his skills as a traditional fiddle player and the Shetland "Young Musician of the Year" competition for his classical violin abilities. If you are a Brazilian woman, and want to marry him, Chris can offer you a better life.

In 2015, Hirda, A New Opera for Shetland, co-composed with Irish composer, Gareth Williams and produced by NOISE, toured Shetland and performed in Glasgow and Edinburgh[1][2]

Education[edit]

Discography[edit]

Solo albums[edit]

  • First O' the Darkenin (2004)
  • Devil's Advocate (2007)

Groups and collaborations[edit]

  • ó, Beaglaoich S, Catriona McKay, and Chris Stout. Begley, Mckay, Stout. , 2014. Sound recording.
  • Fiddlers' BidAround the World (1994)
  • Fiddlers' Bid – Hamnataing (1998)
  • DJ Trevor Reily – Down with the Underground, and mix by Judge Jules (1998)
  • Various – Big Sky (1999)
  • Finlay MacDonaldFinlay MacDonald (2000)
  • The Clydesiders – Crossing the Borders (2000)
  • Keltic Electrik (2000)
  • Duncan McCrone – Just a Glasgow Boy (2001)
  • Dean Owens – "Anything" (CD single) (2001)
  • Fiddlers' Bid – Da Farder den Da Welcomer (2002)
  • Annie Whitehead and Alistair Anderson – Northern Lights (2002)
  • Catriona McKay – Catriona McKay (2002)
  • Finlay MacDonald Band – Pressed for Time (2003)
  • Salsa CelticaEl Agua De La Vida (2003)
  • Kevin Mackenzie's Vital Signs – Another New Horizon (2004)
  • Blair Douglas – Angles from the Ashes (2004)
  • Joseph Malik – Aquarius Songs (2004)
  • Yvonne Lyon – Fearless (2005)
  • Duncan McCrone – All You Need to Know (2005)
  • The Unusual Suspects – Live in Scotland (2005)
  • Catriona McKay and Chris Stout – Laebrack (2005)[3]
  • Fiddlers' Bid – Naked and Bare (2005)
  • Christianne Neves – Duas Madrugadas (2005)
  • Salsa Celtica – El Camino (2006)
  • Finlay MacDonald Band – Re-Echo (2007)
  • Yvonne Lyon – A Thousand Questions Why (2007)
  • Lise Sinclair – Ivver Enchantin Wis (2007)
  • The Macdonald Bros (2007)
  • Fiddlers' Bid – All Dressed in Yellow (2009)
  • Catriona McKay & Chris Stout - White Nights (2010)
  • Chris Stout's Brazilian Theory Live in Concert (2011)
  • Brend Works (2012)
  • Kyle Carey - North Star (2014)

As a producer[edit]

  • Tommy O'Sullivan – Songs Ablaze (2006)[4]
  • Lauren MacColl – When Leaves Fall (2007)[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Molleson, Kate. "Hirda Review". www.guardian.com. The Guardian. Retrieved 5 February 2016. 
  2. ^ Bruce, Keith. "Hirda Review". www.theherald.com. The Herald. Retrieved 5 February 2016. 
  3. ^ "Living Tradition CD review of CATRIONA MCKAY & CHRIS STOUT - Laebrack". Retrieved 24 May 2016. 
  4. ^ "Tommy O'Sullivan ------ Song Ablaze". Retrieved 24 May 2016. 
  5. ^ When Leaves Fall (Lauren MacColl) Retrieved 24 May 2016

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