Many thanks to Sheena Wellington of Friends of Wighton a great update on some of the music that can be accessed on-line!
“There is still a wheen of music happening online and here are your links to some of it! Apologies to any artist I have missed!
Campbell’s Ceilidh taking place regularly on a Sunday Evening as hosted by Mairi Campbell https://www.facebook.com/groups/1073287133041711/ or email Mairi direct email@example.com
Allan Taylor’s See Ye Sunday live every Sunday afternoon at 3.30 pm https://www.facebook.com/afc1983
Bruce MacGregor Besides presenting Travelling Folk on BBCScotland, Bruce also has ‘Live at Five’ (a wee show from the virtual MacGregor’s bar) every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday https://www.facebook.com/MacGregorsBars/
Anna Massie daily tunes, great craic and the occasional travel commentary https://www.facebook.com/AnnaMassieMusic/
Folk at Salmon Bothy Friday Frolics evening sessions – details at https://www.facebook.com/bothyfolk/
Edinburgh Folk Club livestream regular gigs https://www.facebook.com/edfolkclub/
Why not check out the virtual versions of the following events –
Edinburgh International Harp Festival www.harpfestival.co.uk
Orkney Folk Festival www.orkneyfolkfestival.com
Knockengorroch World Ceilidh https://www.facebook.com/Knockengorroch
The Traditional Music Forum have a new website with listings of livestream events https://scotlandonline.org
Music from Scotland https://www.facebook.com/MusicfromScotland is a new page dedicated to all genres, from traditional Scottish folk music to emerging Scottish artists.
‘Traditional Tunes for Tiny People’ is a Live Music Now Scotland project aimed at teaching families and young people traditional Scottish tunes and songs with many familiar faces taking part: https://www.youtube.com/livemusicnowscotland
The Bit Collective https://www.facebook.com/thebitcollective has regular livestreams including from artists such as Corrina Hewat, Marie Fielding, Ellie Beaton and Lori Watson.
Keith TMSA Virtual Festival which is due to run from Friday 12 June to Sunday 14 June in on Facebook and KCR – 107.7fm using a mix of live, pre-recorded and archive footage. More details can be found at http://www.facebook.com/keithfestival.
There are some great concerts from the finest young musicians of Live Music Now at https://www.facebook.com/livemusicnowscotland/
Ensemble Hesperi will be live on Facebook every Friday at 1pm https://www.facebook.com/pg/EnsembleHesperi/videos