What’s On – Programme 2024

Cappuccino Concerts – £5 admission. Tea/coffee by donation.

2024                   Saturday Morning Concerts: Saturday 11am, admission £5

Feb 24th             Chris Miles & Gearaidh Matthews (guitar)

Mar 23rd             Skyrie

Apr 20th             Fiona Ross & Christine Kydd – two of Scotland’s finest singers

Jun 29th             The Selkie’s Wife – Essa Flett

Jul 20th              Sally Garden & Alison Harper           

      

Lunchtime Concerts

Admission free, donations welcome!

2024

Lunchtime Recitals   1.15  – 1.45pm, admission free

Mar 6th            Positive Notes

 

Instrumental & Singing Tuition

 

Gaelic Song Monthly @ the Wighton Centre with Wilma Kennedy: Saturdays 9.45am starting Saturday 10th February

Mixed Instrument Class Online with Morag Anne Elder: Saturdays 11am

Whistle Class @ the Wighton Centre with Helen Forbes: Saturdays 1215 – 1315

Fiddle Class with Heather Miranda: Saturdays 1330 – 1430, (fee £5)

Harp Class @ Blackness Library with Mary Veal: Mondays 1400-1530 (starts Monday 12/02/24 – fee £5)

Wighton Singers with Amy Lord: Tuesdays @ 2pm  (No need to be able to read music).

 

Other Events

2024

Sundays           1700-1845           Slow session : Dickson Hall, St Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church, 27A Queen St, Tayport DD6 9JZ

if you feel like playing a few tunes with mates: please join us at the next session (Sunday21st January @ 5pm). MoragAnne Elder (fiddle) and Robert MacGregor(whistle) will lead the session and it will be fun! If you want to add to the fun in other ways than playing with us: home baking is always welcomed for the tea/coffee break!
The link to the, again, slightly wonky tune list is here:

Events in St. Andrews

Wednesday 31 January, 1:00, Freeland Barbour concert, Laidlaw Music Centre, University of St Andrews.

Wednesday 31 January, 2:20, Freeland Barbour talk, Gifford Room, Laidlaw Centre, Unviersity of St Andrews. https://events.st-andrews.ac.uk/events/music-talk-by-freeland-barbour/

Saturday 3 February, Kevin Burke, Charlie McKerron at The Byre https://byretheatre.com/shows/celtic-fiddle-festival/

St Andrews University Folk and Trad Society is hosting a folk weekend 1-3 March, with a concert and a ceilidh.

https://www.facebook.com/StAndrewsFolkandTrad

Friday 1 March: Essa Flett – The Selkie’s Wife, Sandy’s Bar, Student union

Staurday 2 March: fiddle workshop with Alastiar McCulloch, Laidlaw Music Centre.

7pm Concert with Eabhal and student showcase, Laidlaw Music Centre.

10pm Ceilidh in the Town Hall.