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Medieval and Renaissance Music from Scotland, England & Ireland

The Musick Fyne Soloists (dir. D James Ross}
with Bill Taylor - Harps & Psaltery
on Sunday 24th November 2019 3-4pm
in St Lawrence’s Roman Catholic Church, Castle Street, Dingwall
Admission programmes £8 (concessions £5/children £3)
On sale at the door in aid of Maggie’s Highland

‘Candlelit Choral Music for Christmas’
Musick Fyne

(dir. D James Ross)
with Gordon Tocher (organ) and members of the Renaissance consort Coronach
perform the opulent seven-part Christmas Mass ‘Puer natus est’
and a Christmas motet by Thomas Tallis,
Plainchant processionals, and music for recorders and viols
in St John’s Episcopal Church, Forres
on Wednesday 11th December 2019 at 8pm
Admission programmes £10 including Festive refreshments
(in aid of the church) on sale at the door from 7.30pm

‘Sound the Trumpet!’

A Christmas concert of Renaissance music
in imitation of trumpets.
in Nairn Museum
on Sunday 15th December 3-4pm
Admission £10 in aid of Nairn Museum
(Mulled wine and Festive nibbles provided)
Advance booking advised from Nairn Museum
tel 01667 456 791 or

Sacred Music Workshops

This exciting project, a collaboration between D James Ross and Inverness Cathedral, offers amateur musicians the opportunity to play or sing Sacred Music in a series of workshops at the Cathedral.
To receive an e-flyer with full details including how to apply,
please contact Sue Lightman at

The next workshop is on Saturday 23rd November 2-4pm
when we will be working on music for St Cecilia’s Day
in Inverness Cathedral - APPLY NOW!

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