Variety is the spice ...

The live music situation is beginning to improve, though it's not back to what might be regarded as normal!

Pete Clark & Muriel Johnstone

A House Concert we gave in October 2021 raised almost £2K in aid of the Logierait Church Organ Fund!!


Pete & Gregor by Gina Wright

Concerts, recitals, ceilidh dances .....

all very enjoyable and no two gigs ever the same!

January 2020 celebrations of Robert Burns, and a couple of grand evenings ... an annual supper at Bridge of Allan on the 24th and then a very special gig on Burns' night at his cottage birth place in Alloway (covering for Ali McCulloch, who was stravaiging the length and breadth of the U.S. with the Gregg violin, an instrument heard by and possibly even played by Burns!).

"The Twa Fiddles" concert  at the Scottish Parliament was a memorable evening.  Alastair McCulloch played the Gregg Violin (once owned by a dancing master who played for Burns and his cronies at the Bachelor's Club) and yours truly played Niel Gow's fiddle.  Thanks to John Swinney for sponsoring this event.

The first "Twa Fiddles" performance was in Ayr on the 23rd January, 2019.  Three years ago!  Time flies!

A birthday ball and concert for Bill Zobel at Fingask Castle (a very dreich Saturday but glorious sunshine on the Sunday!)

John Swinney MSP, Muriel Johnstone & Pete Clark at the Scottish Parliament, May 2018

In May 2018, John Swinney MSP sponsored a concert at the Scottish Parliament, to help raise the profile of the Niel Gow Festival Society and its goal - the creation of a memorial to Niel Gow in Dunkeld.

A big thank you to John!