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www.skyemusic.co.uk

'All levels of player are welcome as well as listeners who just enjoy traditional accordion and fiddle music in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Our audience always enjoy hearing good music. No reasonable offer to play will be turned down. It may surprise you but many of our members have never touched, let alone played an accordion or fiddle. Our Club night is a family affair, we have members from 8 to 80. All are made welcome ... The Isle of Skye Accordion & Fiddle Festival is usually held annually Late May.

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www.seall.co.uk

SEALL is a lively arts promoter based in the Sleat peninsula in the south of Skye. Every year we bring around 80 amazing acts to the area with a mixture of well-known names and lesser known, but rising talent. From traditional and classical music, to jazz, blues, opera and folk; from contemporary dance to ballet, from ceilidhs to theatre to stand-up comedy and literature ... SEALL was established in 1991 and our name has a dual meaning: “Skye Events for All”, and “Look” or “See” in Gaelic.’

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www.skyechambermusic.org.uk

'Skye Chamber Music (formerly Skye Arts Guild) is the Isle of Skye's only established chamber music society. We offer a varied programme of six or seven live performances by highly gifted professional musicians every year. Our seasons extend from the Autumn to the following Spring. The performances range from early music to contemporary, and the performers from solo instrumentalists to small chamber orchestras and choral groups.'

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www.spanglefish.com/isleofskyepipeband/

‘Based in Portree, on the Isle of Skye. We regularly play at functions across the north of Scotland, with our regular spot being in Somerled Square in Portree during the summer months.‘

Category:Pipe Bands
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www.portreegaelicchoir.moonfruit.com

‘Còisir Sgìre Phort Rìgh, the Portree District Gaelic Choir take their name from the main town on the Isle of Skye, however their members come from all parts of the island and beyond. The choir currently compete at the Royal National Mòd which is held every October in a different town throughout Scotland ... Lack of knowledge of the Gaelic language is not a problem as Gaelic tuition will be supported by the choir's Gaelic tutor. All new members will be made very welcome so please come along and join us ...’

Category:Gaelic Choirs
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www.slo-skye.org.uk

'Amateur orchestra, the members of which come from the Isle of Skye and in Lochalsh. Thus it serves a area of about 1000 sq. miles, with a population of only 13,000 ... There are two concerts a year ... Membership of the orchestra is open to anyone who can play an orchestral instrument from grade 4 and above and new members are welcome. (Difficult parts can usually be edited to suit the player, if necessary.) ... There is also a Skye & Lochalsh Schools' Orchestra the members of which are drawn from the area's primary and secondary schools, and some of these talented young players also play in the main orchestra.'

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