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Aa The Airts: Project Wish Tree
A curated evening of new music, song, stories, poetry, film and visual art installations inspired by the nation’s colourful collective imagination. The Wish Tree is a project from National Collective, the open and non-party creative campaign for Scottish independence.
The Armagh Rhymers
Celebrated folk theatre ensemble with a unique blend of mask, music, drama and dance.
Blending double bagpipes, whistle, fiddle, song and Scottish stepdance with Celtic flair and frenzy.
Dolina McLennan – A Continuing Renaissance
Directed by Mike Alexander of Pelicula Films Ltd for BBC Alba, Dolina (2012) is an archive-rich, hour-length celebration of the career of Dolina MacLennan, singer, actor, writer and Gaelic activist. Followed by An Ceasnachadh (1999) which recreates, in searingly dramatic form, the ordeal of a police questioning in the…
Flowers of Edinburgh
A celebration of Edinburgh folk music talent.
Hert o Oor Lairnin
Scots Music Group Tutors past and present in concert featuring traditional folk from Stan Reeves, Matt Smith, Sarah Northcott, Wendy Carle Taylor, Steve Byrne, Mary McCann, Jennifer Sterling and Alison Carlyle.
Meet the Harp
This gentle introduction to the music and background of the Clarsach or Celtic harp is perfect for potential learners as well as those with a general interest in the instrument. Following a break, there will be a short concert included in the programme. Led by Heather Yule and Patsy Seddon in association with Edinburgh…
Reflect It in Sang: Sangstream Finale Concert
Inspired by choir members’ personal and family histories, Sangstream and friends present a fascinating collection of folk songs, stories and music that bring a personal narrative to key events and movements from the last 100 years in Scotland.
The Scottish Bagpipes: Past, Present, Future
Introduced by Iain MacInnes and Gary West the development, art and future of the Scottish Bagpipes are explored by a panel including Hamish Moore, Jack Taylor and Roddie MacLeod. Lowland and Highland; band, quartet and solo instrument; social; concert and marching instrument - there is much more to Bagpipe music than we…
Scottish Piping Concert
A unique and unrivalled feast of Scottish music. This stellar line up of talent celebrates bagpipe music, lowland and highland; social, solo and quartet; traditional and contemporary. The artists include Roddie MacLeod, Hamish Moore, Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson, Boghall and Bathgate Pipe Band Quartet, Iain MacInnes…
Scotts Songs: Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border
Today’s singers salute the vital ballad collecting of Sir Walter Scott. To accompany the new historical critical edition of Scott’s 1802 Minstrelsy, Malinky singer and folklorist Steve Byrne assembles a cast of singers from today’s trad scene to perform ballads from the collection. Includes border and classic ballads…
Tradfest Debate: Revival or Renaissance?
Are we in a cultural revival or renaissance now in Scotland? If so why, and where is it taking us? TradFest performers and activists look across the artistic spectrums to consider the present and debate the future, and what if anything should be done about it.