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We enable people of all ages to access, participate in and enjoy the traditional arts through a diverse programme of activities in Ross & Cromarty, across Scotland and beyond.

In partnership with Historic Environment Scotland, we are offering young Gaelic speakers the chance to attend a free songwriting weekend with Mischa Macpherson in February.

Gneiss is going on tour to the Highland locations which inspired the music. 27 – 30th April 2022. Tickets available to purchase now!

Our Unexpected Garden in Alness is flourishing! Keep an eye out for news of our exciting summer programme of music and other activities coming soon!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our second Virtual Fèis Rois Weekend from 30th April to 3rd May 2021. We were delighted to see old faces and new ones too. It was wonderful

A collaboration between Fèis Rois and Nature Scot to encourage young people to write new Gaelic songs inspired by contemporary environmental themes and nature.

Fèis Rois has released a double album featuring music from former Ceilidh Trail participants to mark the 21st anniversary of the project.

Bringing Gaelic and Scots songs, music-making activities, and traditional stories to primary school pupils during lockdown.

Fèis Rois and Scottish Natural Heritage are inviting musicians of all genres to compose new music as part of a high-profile national composition and songwriting project

Encouraging young people across the Highlands to get involved with creative activity… anything from music, dance and drama to visual & digital art, film and creative

Our project with fiddler Duncan Chisholm which involved archive research, film making, composition and live performance.

We’ve delivered early years music making projects in nursery and P1 classes in six local authority areas across Scotland to date.

We’ve worked in the North East of Scotland delivering bespoke traditional music projects with young people with additional support needs, those in their early years,

Through active workshops the children used these art forms as a tool to explore themes around the environment, culture and heritage within their local community.

Fancy becoming a Highland Music Influencer & creating an exciting event for music tutors? If you’re aged 13-18 read more here!

Our commission by Lauren MacColl inspired by the life and prophecies of The Brahan Seer

Traditional music in 99 primary schools across Ross-shire, Inverness and Caithness.

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