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Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Traditional arts, languages and culture in Scotland

Author: ffifield

I warmly invite you to attend St Cecilia’s Hall on Friday 6th October where I’ll present my latest collection music titled, ‘One Great Circle’, created in my current role, Traditional Artist in Residence for LLC, University of Edinburgh. Joining me to perform are the fantastically talented duo of Chris Stout (fiddle) and Catriona McKay (harp).  […]

Earlier this year, on 26th Feb, I had the pleasure of presenting a concert in the Reid Hall, Edinburgh, featuring a selection of music from the manuscripts of Eliza Ross of Raasay, collected in the early 1800’s, now re-imagined for performance in duo setting. Accompanying my various wind instruments, Scottish small-pipes, low whistle, soprano saxophone […]

I’ve played the Scottish bagpipes since 1986, initially learning about the instrument and the music played on it in what can be described as ‘a traditional fashion’. I became acquainted with the various strands of repertoire, ceol mor agus beag, developing an overview of the various collections which constitute the available canon of music of […]

Workshop with Fraser Fifield, Traditional Artist in Residence. **Monday 12th December, Project Room, 50 George Square, 5pm to 6.15pm** Insight and discussion around Fraser’s experiences in creating new work informed by tradition at home and abroad. There will be opportunity to participate in some ensemble playing/singing, suitable for all, for which instrumentalists are warmly invited […]

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