Hands Up for Trad presents
Scotland Sings - Renewing the Tradition Workshop
Saturday 18th February 11am-4pm
Read on for our special offer to get men involved!
Scotland Sings - Renewing the Tradition is an exciting Hands Up for Trad Scotland-wide singing project for anyone who loves to sing: beginners and more experienced, and taught by some of Scotland’s best workshop leaders. Participants learn by ear, or with music for those who can read it, brand new contemporary trad songs taking the life and works of Robert Burns as their inspiration, and especially composed for Scotland Sings by stellar Scottish musicians.
A wee incentive for all men and anyone who brings one along we have 2 ticket special deals: 2 tickets for 12.50 when one, or both, tickets is for a man!
These newest songs bring ballast to the project with A Fork in the Road from Eric Bogle (And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda)and the very Burnsian – in its theme and outlook – Handwash Feein’ Mairket from one of Scotland’s foremost songwriters Rab Knoakes.
Alyth McCormack, along with her band-mates from Shine, Mary Macmaster and Corrina Hewat, are about to get together and write this year’s Gaelic song commission… fabulous!
We expect a big take-up for places on this workshop, so book early to avoid disappointment.
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