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 Dear EMFS members and friends 

Please do send on details of other concerts or other events which might interest our members by emailing events@emfscotland.org.uk.


Recorder playing events

21 - 22nd  October   Dollar Recorder Weekend with Tom and Joris
17th - 19th  November  Scottish Recorder Course Tulliallan Castle. ** This is a change of date

Contact Lynne Hope at Recorder Players, 19 West Burnside, Dollar, FK14 7DP, Scotland, UK for further detail about these events.


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'Remember me, my Deir'

Following their acclaimed performance of 16th-century Scottish Church Music at the 2016 Nairn Book and Arts Festival, The Musick Fyne Soloists directed by D James Ross return to the United Reformed Church in Nairn with a programme of courtly French love chansons and Scottish partsongs interspersed with elegant instrumental Pavanes and Galliards from the Golden Age of Mary, Queen of Scots. The singers are joined on this occasion by members of the instrumental consort, Coronach, playing a galaxy of Renaissance instruments including recorders, chalumeau, harps, viols, spinet and lute.

Don’t miss this exciting evocation of one of the most elegant and colourful periods of European history!

More information and advance booking from the 2017 Nairn Book and Arts Festival Tickets £10 (under 18s £3)

 


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"Love, Lullabies and Laments"

 Penicuik Arts Centre
at 7.30 pm on Friday 13th October, 2017

Members of the Squair Mile Consort of Viols, with Rosie Sweetman, soprano, are giving a **free** concert.

 


Scottish Plainsong Choir

Scottish Plainsong Choir's (SPC’s) next project directed by Alan Tavener of Capella Nova is an informal, promenade-style concert of pilgrim songs and chant celebrating Celtic Saints on Saturday 21 October at Rosslyn Chapel (lunchtime/early afternoon). The workshop-rehearsal is on the afternoon of Saturday 14th October 2017 afternoon in Stirling (time and location to be advised). Please let me know if you would like to take part and confirm by sending £20 via Paypal  or cheque payable and addressed to Cappella Nova, at 35 Crosbie Street, GLASGOW G20 0BQ.  In the event of late withdrawal from a project, a refund will be possible (less 10% for administration) if it is possible to reallocate your place. Cases of financial hardship will be handled sensitively and confidentially.  



Choral Pilgrimage concert

Palastrina to Poulenc


The Sixteen


Greyfriars Kirk
Edinburgh
21st October, 2017