Tuesday, 20 March 2018
Northern Streams website is now fully back up online - apologies for the technical issues caused by regular maintenance work from the website domain provider. So make sure you get your tickets for this great feast of Nordic & Scottish music, song & dance! www.northernstreams.org
Monday, 19 March 2018
In case you are trying to get information about Northern Streams 2018 through www.northernstreams.org unfortunately due to problems during a maintenance update the website domain has had issues. So if you need to go to the website use northernstreams.wordpress.com in the meantime. We've been told it should be resolved in 24 hours at most.
Thursday, 8 March 2018
www.northernstreams.org. Come along to experience the best and new of Nordic and Scottish folk music, song and dance from: Peter Puma Hedlund – master nyckelharpa (keyed fiddle) player from Sweden (pictured); Paul Anderson – top fiddler & Shona Donaldson – fiddler and singer from North East Scotland; Fika Collective – Lachlan Green, Libby McGugan, Malcolm Bushby and Callum Forsyth - Glasgow based band playing Nordic and Scottish music; V-Dala Spelsmanslag – Sweden’s longest running student folk ensemble and The Grassmarket Centre’s ‘Music for All’ Group with workshops, sessions, concert and a ceilidh. Visit the festival website for details including how you can save up to £16 with an all in one Festival ticket!
Tuesday, 23 January 2018
Thursday, 21 December 2017
here to get details in our leaflet and here for a link to the booking form you can download to send in if you want to pay by cheque. You can also get more details and book online at: https://themucklesing2018.eventbrite.co.uk. A ticket could be ideal for a last minute Christmas or Hogmanay pressie for a song lover!
Monday, 30 October 2017
Our next event will be the annual Carrying Streams Festival session, having again been invited to join with the regular monthly Traditional Song and Tunes session in the lower floor bar at The Canons’ Gait pub at 232 Canongate, Edinburgh on Sunday 12 November 2017. The session will take place from 3pm – 6pm and be preceded by our branch AGM at 2pm. All welcome to attend both, although only members may vote at the AGM. There is also a Facebook page for the Traditional Song and Tunes sessions, if anyone wishes to keep abreast of what is happening there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/289402087759974/ The Carrying Stream Festival itself has been running annually since the death of Hamish Henderson, and is staged in his honour, run by Edinburgh Folk Club. Details of this year’s events are here: http://www.carryingstreamfestival.co.uk/csf17/index.html
Friday, 7 July 2017
If you're looking for an interesting folk music www.dunedindancers.org.uk
Sunday, 11 June 2017
www.summerhall.co.uk or tel: 0131 560 1580. Their CD will be available to pre-order at the concert as it is due for release in July. Catch them before they head off to the L'Orient Festival in August in France!
Sunday, 16 April 2017
www.northernstreams.org for details of the three days of great experiences and learning about the different cultures. You can save up to £16 with an all in one Festival ticket! Thanks to those who entered the early ticket purchase draw to win a £20 voucher to spend at the Grassmarket Centre during the period of the Northern Streams festival - the winner is being contacted.
Saturday, 18 March 2017
www.northernstreams.org. Come along to experience the best and new of Nordic and Scottish folk music, song and dance from: Lärka: fiddlers Eilidh Steel & Alice Thorsell (Scotland/Sweden); KLB: Kari-Lappalainen-Brodal - accordion, bass/vical & fiddle/hardanger trio (Finland/Norway); Harta: Christine Martin - nyckelharpa, Ross Calderwood - small pipes & Jack Evans - guitar, bouzouki, and whistles (Scotland) pictured; Dance tutor - Reidun Berg (Norway) and Mark Neal - ceilidh band (Scotland) with workshops, sessions, concert and a ceilidh. Visit the festival website for details including how you can save up to £16 with an all in one Festival ticket! Or buy your tickets before 4 April (extended from original deadline) to be in the draw to win a £20 voucher to spend at the Grassmarket Centre during the period of the Northern Streams festival! (see the Tickets Page on the Northern Streams website for draw terms & conditions.)
Wednesday, 11 January 2017
The Muckle Sing 2017 takes place on Saturday 25 February, 10am to 5.30pm, Queen Margaret Hall, Blackness Road, Linlithgow EH49 7JA here to look at the leaflet for more details or download a booking form or click here to go through to EventBrite to get more details and book online.
Monday, 24 October 2016
As part of the 15th Carrying Stream Festival (2016), The Traditional Song and Tunes group welcomes the TMSA Edinburgh & Lothians Branch to join them in a splendid session, downstairs at the Canon's Gait, 232 Canongate, EH8 8DQ 3.00. - 6.00. pm. Celebrating the legacy of Hamish Henderson and those who inspired him. For all singers, musicians, story-tellers, listeners everywhere. FREE. Preceded at 2.00.pm by Edinburgh & Lothians TMSA Branch AGM (members only able to vote). Further details from: email@example.com or 0795 1918366 or 07762 101002. Also in association with Edinburgh Folk Club - more details about The Carrying Stream Festival - www.efc1973.com/programme-2016-2017
Tuesday, 16 August 2016
Obviously there's alot of great traditional music offerings on around Edinburgh this month such as at the Acoustic Music Centre and Wee Folk Club. www.tmsa.org.uk, or or visit Mitchell's Newsagents, 1a High Street, Blairgowrie or on the door. TMSA members can also send a ticket order with a cheque payment to reach the TMSA office by Monday 22 August to book tickets.
Friday, 15 July 2016
Thursday, 9 June 2016
We are wishing all the best to Geiteberg Folk Festival which is taking place just out of Oslo (Norway) 10 & 11 June. Some of the Northern Streams performers - Sally Simpson, Markus Rasanen, Ingunn Bjorgo, Aasmund Reistad, Amy Henderson and Brian OhEadhra are appearing on the programme so if you're in the area - check it out at: http://www.geitebergfolkfestival.com/ A little closer to home is TMSA Keith Branch in the first official 'Scots Toun' - Keith! In its 41st year, headline act is Rura with many other wellkent faces and performers in concerts, competitions and sessions in various venues. Details at http://tmsakeithfestival.blogspot.co.uk Finally even a bit more local is the Loanhead (yes the one near IKEA Edinburgh) Music Festival with a Friday night concert, then open mic, competitions, craft fair and sessions over the rest of the weekend. Again details at http://loanheadfest.webeden.co.uk Just some great ways to enjoy the official start to Summer!