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Join Us for the November Workshop with Mari Black

 

Mari received a Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma in Violin Performance from the Yale School of Music, and a Doctorate degree in Education from Columbia University’s Teachers College, where she was the Geffen Fellow in Interdisciplinary Arts and Creativity.

Join us on Sunday, November 13th 2022 at the Concord Community Music School at 1:00 – 3:00pm when Mari will present two strathspeys: one new Calum’s Road, and one classic The Laird of Drumblair. She will teach us to combine them with a rousing reel The Marquis of Tullybardine, to create a concert set for our ensemble.

Current Grant support

The Smyth Trust

The Arthur Getz Trust

The Benjamin Couch Trust

The Gertrude Couch Trust

We have a new name and a new website.

 

We are now the

 

New Hampshire

 

Scottish Music Club!

 

Our new website is nhscottishmusicclub.org.

 
This website will no longer be maintained.

 

The Strathspey & Reel Society of New Hampshire is all about learning, playing and performing Scottish music for the enjoyment of young and old. We get a kick out of kilts, clans and Scottish culture and want to keep it alive and well in the US. Come have some fun playing jigs and reels and the challenging strathspeys, all wonderful dance music. And lots of airs, waltzes and marches.

Click here to listen to our signature march  ‘A Stirling Fiddler’s Welcome to the Strathspey and Reel Society of New Hampshire‘ by Bill Cook. (It’s a fact that Scottish tunes often have very long titles!)

 

For more information contact:   membership@srsnh.org

 SRSNH membership form 2023-2023