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SEALL promotes over 20 major traditional music events each year in venues at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, and Clan Donald, Skye. Our summer concerts, in conjunction with the famous SMO Short Courses are marketed as our Fèis an Eilein Summer series – remembering our Fèis or the Skye Festival which ran for 18 years. With 22 years of promoting, we appear to be a magnet for good audiences and brilliant musicians in well equipped and welcoming venues. We do all this voluntarily and to a high professional standard, because we love it!
Formerly Promoters Arts Network (PAN). Members promote events in communities from Bute to Shetland, from the Western Isles to Moray using all kinds of spaces : arts venues and theatres, village halls andcommunity centres, converted churches, schoolrooms and barns. The Touring Network’s mission is to support ‘the communities of the Highlands and Islands to promote artistic events of the highest quality.’
DHM Concerts promote concerts in Edinburgh and Glasgow mainly featuring singer songwriters, traditional, roots and americana. Current artistes and bands includes Heidi Talbot, John McCusker Band , Kathleen MacInnes, Rachel Newton, Fiona Hunter, Mairi Campbell, Mike Vass, Gretchen Peters, Bruce Cockburn, Freeland Barbour, Moishe’s Bagel and Sarah Jarosz.
DHM Concerts is run by David Heavenor.
Cultural Connections, based in Argyll and Ayrshire, was established to promote the best of Scottish traditional arts through music, drama and history. Promoters of Craigie Folk Club in Ayrshire.
Christine is a piper, music and arts enthusiast and aside from her day job of community development worker, she organises and promote gigs on a voluntary basis in the village of Comrie, Perthshire. She does this because she is passionate about music and wants local people to have the opportunity to hear music they might not necessarily think of going to, perhaps because they've never heard of the band or singer, and because it's more than a 50 mile round trip to the nearest big town.