Following last year's sold out rally, Aberdeen Strathspey and Reel Society are back at the Tivoli on Saturday 19 November 2016 for their annual celebration of traditional music and song.
Join us on 23 April 2016 for our spring concert as we perform a variety of toe tapping Scottish Music at Ferryhill Church.
Aberdeen Strathspey & Reel Society will be returning to the Lemon Tree Studio Theatre on Sunday 29 March 2015 for their spring concert with a selection of traditional music for all.
More details to follow.
Start time to be confirmed, estimated 6.30pm.
On 20 April 2014 the original North East traditional music orchestra are back on stage, showcasing the music of their homeland, with tributes paid to great fiddle masters past and present such as William Marshall, Peter Milne, J Scott Skinner, Hector MacAndrew, Bert Murray and Judi Nicolson.
Save the date of 2 November as the orchestras of Aberdeen Strathspey & Reel Society's return to the Music Hall stage, joined by fiddle and accordion players from across Scotland, for a fantastic evening of traditional Scottish music.
Music Hall, Union Street, Aberdeen.
£17.60 including booking fee
Save the date of 19 May 2013 as the award winning senior orchestra of Aberdeen Strathspey & Reel Society, along with the junior orchestra return for their annual Scottish Music Evening with their blend of traditional music from soulful slow airs to rattlin' reels.
Hosted by Aberdeen Strathspey and Reel Society, the Fiddlers' Rally on 10 November is a fantastic evening of music with traditional Scottish flair. Compered by Scotland's Son of Fun Eddie Rose, the evening will feature 2008 Scottish Singer of the Year, Emily Smith and founding member of Blazin' Fiddles and BBC Radio Scotland's Bruce MacGregor.
Aberdeen Strathspey & Reel Society is performing in the Tartan Concert in the central courtyard at the Academy Shopping Centre on Saturday 28 July as part of the opening events for Aberdeen's Tartan Week.
We're pleased to announce that we're organising another Reel & Rowie Coffee Morning following a successful pilot earlier this year.
Join us for a cuppa and rowie at Cults Parish Church Hall as we perform a variety of traditional Scottish music in a relaxed informal setting.
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