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Mairi dancing in ‘The Lost Seasons’ at Botanic Gardens, SISF 2013

Màiri Britton: Finding Our Feet – Step Dancing in Scotl

For me, step dancing is essentially about connections: between dancers and musicians, places and communities, generations of friends and family, and of course, the connection of the steps themselves, strung like beads along the rhythmic thread of music.

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Youth Dance

RSCDS brings Scottish Country Dancing back into Classrooms

The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS) is keen to bring Scottish Country Dancing back into classrooms and youth groups. We have produced materials tailored specifically for teachers and for schools' accreditation and CPD.

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Mairi dancing in ‘The Lost Seasons’ at Botanic Gardens, SISF 2013

Màiri Britton: Finding Our Feet – Step Dancing in Scotland

For me, step dancing is essentially about connections: between dancers and musicians, places and communities, generations of friends and family, and of course, the connection of the steps themselves, strung like beads along the rhythmic thread of music.

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Beginners' Luthiery course in Edinburgh

Beginners Luthiery Course at Process Studios, Edinburgh

This is a rolling course, a small group of participants are working through the process of making their own violin - participants are welcome to join at any time.

Course dates and times

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Six questions with... Ross Whyte & Alasdair Whyte

Gaelic singer Alasdair Whyte and electronic musician Ross Whyte join forces for a selection of new arrangements of traditional Gaelic songs and original compositions, accompanied by projected images.

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