Music

Scottish Music Playlist (33) – New Releases

Our latest playlist features 35 minutes of amazing new Scottish music releases from The Canny Band, Miguel Girão, Ally Forsyth, Lauren Collier, Gillian Fleetwood, The Paul McKenna Band, Rant, Ailie Robertson, and Seán Gray. Click here to listen to, follow and share playlist 33. Make sure to follow the TMF on Spotify to keep up to date with all … Continued

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Fair Saturday Ceilidh House

* Did you know that Fair Saturday is a global mobilisation that creates a positive social impact and provides an empathetic response to Black Friday. It brings artists and performers together from all over the world to create a celebration of culture and community. We are delighted that Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland and TRACS … Continued

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Discover fantastic new music with the TMF’s latest Scottish Traditional Music playlist

The Traditional Music Forum’s latest monthly Scottish Traditional Music playlist features fantastic new releases from Jack Houston, Dan Brown, Jenny Sturgeon & Boo Hewerdine, Ryan Young, Heisk, Valtos & Gnoss, Spell Songs, Hildaland, Lyre, and The Furrow Collective. Make sure to follow the TMF on Spotify!

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The TMF’s monthly Scottish Music playlist has had a makeover!

We’ve got a fresh new look for our monthly Scottish Music playlist! (29) features new releases from Olivia Ross, Katie Macfarlane, The Unprepared, Rhona Stevens & Joseph Peach, Gloriosa Trio, Rowan Leslie, Maggie MacInnes, Calum Stewart, Skerryvore, and Ailie Robertson. Make sure to follow the TMF on Spotify!

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Scottish Traditional Music Archive Directory – Call for Organisations

Organisations which hold collections of audio recordings of Scottish traditional music are invited to submit their details for inclusion in the Scottish Traditional Music Archive Directory. Scottish Traditional Music Archive Directory The Traditional Music Forum (TMF) is developing a Directory of organisations inside and outside of Scotland with collections of Scottish traditional music as part of our … Continued

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Musicians across Scotland set to participate in inaugural Scottish Folk Day

Musicians and community groups across Scotland are set to participate in the first ever Scottish Folk Day on Saturday 23 September, helping to promote and celebrate the country’s vibrant and varied folk scene and traditions. The exciting new project has called for musicians of all backgrounds and abilities across Scotland to stage live performances and … Continued

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Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2023 – PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED

13 – 29 October 2023 – Right To Be Human The 2023 programme for this year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival (SISF) explores our Right To Be Human, and celebrates the 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Just as Scotland’s consultation on a new Human Rights Bill draws to a close, storytellers, musicians … Continued

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Traditional Music Forum – Board Recruitment 2023

The Traditional Music Forum (TMF) is seeking new trustees to join the organisations Board of Directors.  The main responsibilities of the Board include governance, advocacy, strategic direction, as well as ensuring the legal and ethical commitments and standards of the organisation are met.  Meetings are held quarterly and are either online or in person. In … Continued

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Directory of Musicians Spotify Playlist #26 – Recent Releases

Directory of Musicians Spotify Playlist #26 – Recent Releases Fantastic Scottish music with recent releases from Seán Gray, Will Pound & Jenn Butterworth, Simon Thoumire & Dave Milligan, Fraser Fifield, Dàimh, Kris Drever, Neil Pearlman, Dallahan, Man of the Minch, and Elephant Sessions. scotlandonline.org

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Directory of Musicians Spotify Playlist #25 – Recent Releases

Directory of Musicians Spotify Playlist #25 – Recent Releases Our latest playlist features 10 recent releases from 10 fantastic Scottish artists: The Madeleine Stewart Trio, Eabhal, Claire Hastings, Brìghde Chaimbeul, Iain Fraser, Abigail Pryde, Rachel Hair & Ron Jappy, Lauren MacColl, Calum MacPhail, and Ímar. scotlandonline.org  

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