Welcome to Glenfarg Folk Club
We meet every Monday Night - Start Time 8.00p.m. Prompt
In 'Backstage At The Green' Hotel, Kinross
NOTICE - ALL CLUB NIGHTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
For the forseeable future all events will be 'Virtual'
Below is our Virtual Programme for the next few weeks. We have settled into the four weekly pattern of Sing-around, Guest artiste, Sing-around, Gathering. With attendees often around 30 or so they have become very popular. Sing-arounds and Gatherings are on Zoom, but guest artistes prefer Facebook Live.
The Zoom Meeting ID will be e-mailed to Members a few days in advance. Visitors are welcome to take part, either as a singer or viewer. Please e-mail us before 7.00p.m. on the day and we will supply the Zoom details. The e-mail link is: firstname.lastname@example.org
This year the club commenced artiste concerts via Facebook Live. Not everyone subscribes to Facebook and some may have missed the concert.
We are now making these available for everyone to view at their leisure.
5th April 7.30pm via Zoom|
This month is reknown for 'April Showers' so that is our theme along with any other watery connections you can find. It will be interesting to see just how imaginative you can be.
9th to 11th April via Facebook Live and Zoom|
The 43rd Folk Feast
Please take a look at the Folk Feast page of the website for full details.
12th April 7.30pm via Zoom|
There is no theme for this event so just come along and entertain us, we know you will. Everybody is very welcome, whether to perform or just sitting back to enjoy.
19th April 7.30pm via Zoom|
These concerts have become immensely popular. Four club or visiting artistes take the floor to entertain us in their own individual styles. This week we have Eddy Allan, Mick Lynch, Caroline Waring and Ron & Ann Gardiner
26th April 7.30pm via Zoom|
Aberdeenshire folksinger, Iona Fyfe, has become one of Scotland’s finest young ballad singers, rooted deeply in the singing traditions of the North East of Scotland. Winner of Scots Singer of the Year at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2018, Iona has been described as " one of the best Scotland has to offer." Iona has also performed with the BBC Scottish Symphony. Iona studied at the prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and graduated with a first class honours degree in Traditional Music. She was a finalist in the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year and won the Molloy Award at Birmingham Irish Trad Fest.
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