Northern Streams 2018

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Dates for Northern Streams Festival: 26-28 April 2019 – watch this space for more details as they get finalised!

‘…something out of the ordinary’ The Herald

In April this truly unique festival combines one off concerts with dynamic and exciting workshops.

Friday 27 April: Aberdeenshire Concert  7.30pm

MacRobert Hall, The Square, Tarland, AB34 4YL

A trio made up of Peter Puma HedlundRiksspelman – Fiddler of the Realm’ nyckelharpa player from Sweden, Paul Anderson – one of Scotland’s top fiddlers and Shona Donaldson – winner of the Scots Singer of the Year & fine fiddler – can only mean an amazing exchange of cultural delights.

Tickets £12 (£10 concessions + TMSA members) – this cannot be counted as part of the Northern Streams Weekend Ticket 

Tickets available from the Paper Shop, Tarland OR by phoning Paul on 01339 881 929 OR on the door.

For the past 14 years the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland (Edinburgh & Lothians Branch), have been bringing the finest in Nordic and Scottish music, song and dance to enthusiastic audiences in Edinburgh. And we are once again taking place in the Grassmarket Centre, Edinburgh – check out the venue page for details – please join us!

Explore our concerts, workshops and artist pages for details of this year’s festival – including the concert in Aberdeenshire on 27 April. And you can book through the link on tickets page.

Want a quick reference for the usual programme? Click Northern Streams Leaflet for the Festival 2018 leaflet.

Click here to get a sense of what happens at the Festival with our video about the Festival in 2016: Northern Streams 2016 Video Northern Streams 2016 Video Image– thanks for Karen White & Sandy McGhie for their work on this!

In the meantime why not take part in the monthly Scandi session in Edinburgh on the 4th Sunday of every month (except December and April – it will be on the 5th Sunday) 2-5pm at the Victoria Bar on Leith Walk – details at: 

Or the Glasgow Nordic session is weekly, Friday from 4-7pm. It’s held at For Fika Sake, 7 Keith St, Partick, Glasgow.

Thanks to our supporters including individual donors and:

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Organised by: TMSA Branch logo

 The TMSA is registered as a Scottish Charity SC003819 & a company limited by guarantee No: 199976. Registered office: The Signal Box, 5 Appin Lane Edinburgh EH14 1JL



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