Scottish Culture & Traditions Association (SCAT)
A programme of adult evening classes in Scottish music, song, dance & language. Aberdeen based workshops covering separate classes in Ceilidh & Step Dance, Fiddle, Whistle, Guitar, Traditional Song, Clarsach, Mixed Instruments & Gaelic Language: www.scottishculture.org
Traditional Music & Song Association (TMSA)
Edinburgh based organisation founded in 1966 to promote and encourage Scotland’s unique musical traditions through a network of local branches & national representation. They also produce a calendar annually which provides details of all Scottish traditional music festivals:www.tmsa.org.uk
Stonehaven Folk Club
They meet up at the Heugh Hotel, Westfield Road, Stonehaven every Friday evening from 8.30pm for open sessions. The club also organise concerts throughout the year with many well known folk artists and bands performing:www.stonehavenfolkclub.co.uk
The Living Tradition
A great magazine with the latest news & reviews on artists, recordings, festivals and lots more from the world of traditional music:www.folkmusic.net
The Boghill Centre, Kilfenora, Co. Clare, Ireland
Musical workshops for traditional Irish music held in the heart of beautiful Co.Clare, S.Ireland. The workshops are open to anyone playing a traditional musical instrument and run from Sundays to Saturdays with residency at the centre:www.boghill.com You will also be encouraged to join some great sessions in the evenings around the pubs of Clare.
Great high quality 5 piece Aberdeenshire based ceilidh band http://cabrach.org.ukguaranteed to have you foot stomping & dancing to their traditional Scottish, Irish & Cape Breton tunes.
Great traditional & contemporary folk singer/guitarist & songwriter originally from Ireland but now residing in N.E Scotland. Check out his website:www.raymoorefolk.com & recently released album "Best of Both Worlds"
Aberdeen City & Shire
The official portal for Aberdeen City & Shire, providing a wealth of information of all that's happening in Scotland's most vibrant region:www.aberdeencityandshire.com
Scottish Bluegrass Association
Their mission is to promote bluegrass music in Scotland with concerts, festivals and workshops throughout the year: www.scottishbluegrass.com
Beautifully made high quality Low D whistles from the Scottish workshop of Misha Somerville: www.mkwhistles.com
UK Folk Music
New website launched in June 2011, focussed on publicising & promoting all things connected to Folk Music in the UK including artists, events & much more.
Sheet music to dowload, penned by many of Scotland's finest musicians:www.scotchsnap.com
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