Rehearsals are now well underway for our performance in Shetland at the University of the Highlands and Islands’ Institute of Northern Studies 5th International St. Magnus Conference. The concert is now open to the public by donation and we hope to welcome many friends, old and new, from Shetland, Orkney and further afield, residents, conference delegates and tourists alike!
We also know that we have many friends in the Stirling area and the central belt, several of whom have been asking me when we will next be performing closer to home. Because of that, we have decided to open one of our rehearsals to the public to allow you to watch how we put a piece of music together and to ask us any questions you like about our work!
The rehearsal will take place in the beautiful Kinbuck Community Centre close to Dunblane on Sunday 29th March at 2-4pm. You are welcome to drop in for as long or short a period of time as you like. Children of any age are especially welcome – there’s even a small playpark in the grounds for the wee ones!
Please do feel free to chat to us about any aspect of our work, whether it’s our unique programme of music by women composers from the islands, our travels, our education work, the composers and other musicians we work with, really anything you’re curious about!
Refreshments will be available with donations going towards our education work.