Scotland Sings Partners

ScotlandSings (Partner)_logo_webBelow is a list of our Scotland Sings Partners. Each of them agree that our goal is to create Scotland as the Singing Nation, bringing new and existing participants and audiences together through singing based activities, creating an active and collaborative national singing community. If you would like to become a Scotland Sings Partner you can read more here.

Partners

Aileen Ogilvie

Aileen Ogilvie is a singer/songwriter based in Perthshire. Inspired by the traditional music, song and Gaelic language of her Highland upbringing she discovered her own singing voice by entering the local…
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Ali Burns

Ali Burns is a singer, songwriter and choir director who is heavily involved in the Scotland Sings Project! “I‚Äôm a songwriter and workshop leader based in S.W. Scotland. I write songs then I teach‚Ķ
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Amy Lord

In 2007 Amy graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (Now Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) with a BA Honours Degree in Scottish Music. Whilst there, she studied under some of Scotland’s‚Ķ
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An Comunn Gàidhealach

An Comunn Gàidhealach was founded in Oban in 1891 as a vehicle for the preservation and development of the Gaelic language. It actively encourages the teaching, learning and use of the Gaelic language…
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Arrogant

Arrogant is a hip hop artist from Scotland, United Kingdom. He is 16 years old. He has been recording for almost 2 years now. When he first started off he was an underground rapper, now he has gone to…
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Bill Henderson

Bill Henderson lives in Forres, Moray (near Inverness in the north of Scotland), since 2003. His song teaching work includes leading regular open-access choirs, workshops of various lengths, and one-to-one…
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Clark Community Choir

“Robert Clark was a Musselbugh man who, at the age of 16, in 1959, started a Concert Party for local kids and¬†I was fortunate enough to be in the very first concert he put on in 1960 (aged 7). He‚Ķ
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Corrina Hewat

Corrina Hewat, brought up in the Scottish Highlands, is a harpist, singer, composer & arranger, musical director, recording artist, musical collaborator and Principal Harp Tutor (BA Scottish Music)…
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Cromarty Arts Trust

Cromarty Arts Trust is based in the beautiful Highland town of Cromarty, on the Black Isle. Their goals are to promote and embrace the arts, education, environment, buildings and the history of the Highlands.…
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Ed Muirhead

Ed Muirhead sings blues and new-fashioned folk ballads, playing piano with a passion that grabs anyone in earshot.  His Scottish accent and humour shine through in a variety of original songs about people,…
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Feis Rois

F√®is in Scottish Gaelic means ‚Äúfestival‚Ä? or ‚Äúfeast.‚Ä? Over the past three decades, the word F√®is has become synonymous with the F√®isean movement (F√®isean is the plural of F√®is). It has come‚Ķ
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Fèisean nan Gàidheal

Fèisean nan Gàidheal was established in 1991 as the independent umbrella association of the Fèis movement. It is a membership organisation that offers a range of services to its members including grant-aid,…
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GlobalYell

GlobalYell was established in 2001 as a charity dedicated to vocal music. The founder, Andy Ross, was classically trained in Zimbabwe and London, and created GlobalYell to promote and educate singing and…
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Horsecross Arts

Horsecross Arts Ltd are an independent organisation with charitable status. They earn nearly half their annual turnover from ticket sales, catering and conferencing. The award winning Horsecross Arts run…
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Jazz Hands Scotland

My Name is Andrew McVie I am 20 Years Old, I am the owner of Jazz Hands Scotland.¬† I set up Jazz Hands Scotland as a way of showing what Scotland has to offer in the field of Drama, Dance … Read more

Joy Dunlop

Joy Dunlop is a multi-award winning Gaelic singer and Scottish step-dancer. Originally from the West Highlands, her performances showcase Gaelic music and song in a contemporary style that remains true…
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Julie Fowlis

Multi- award winning Gaelic singer and musician Julie Fowlis reached global success in 2012 by performing on the soundtrack of the Disney/Pixar animation and Hollywood blockbuster ‚ÄėBrave‚Äô. A trailer‚Ķ
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Karen Dietz

Karen Dietz, a native of Massachusetts, is a musician, performer, teacher and musical director who brings passion and enthusiasm, and a wealth of experience, to her work. A member of the Natural Voice…
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Katie O’Halloran

Katie O’Halloran is a Glasgow based Singer/Songwriter. Her voice is ethereal with an incredible strength, which has allowed her to work with the world’s top orchestras, producers and folk musicians.‚Ķ
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Michelle McManus

Scottish singer and television personality, Michelle McManus, became a public sensation after winning TV singing contest Pop Idol in 2003 and went on to forge a successful career in Scotland and further…
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Neilston Development Trust

Neilston Development Trust (NDT) was established in 2006 by the Neilston community to champion, facilitate, support and drive the regeneration of Neilston. It was incorporated as a successor organisation…
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Rona Topaz

‘Rona Topaz is a classically trained singer, actress and facilitator based in Govan. Her credits encompass film, tv and theatre, including West End and regional touring. As a singer, Rona has supported‚Ķ
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Rona Topaz

Rona Topaz is a singer, songwriter, facilitator and musical theatre actress based in Glasgow. As a singer she has supported artists including The Pearlfishers, Billy Bragg and John Cooper Clarke, and as…
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South Wishaw Music

‘Music has always been at the heart of worship. Indeed it is difficult to imagine a Parish Church without music ‚Äď the very acts of singing, playing and hearing connect us to levels and ranges of‚Ķ
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Struileag

Struileag is a two year arts project that will reach out around the world to the people of the Gaelic diaspora. Community engagement across generations at home and abroad is vital to the project, feeding…
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The National Youth Choir of Scotland

The National Youth Choir of Scotland is dedicated to providing high-level singing opportunities for Scotland’s young singers. NYCoS was established in 1996 to provide a national infrastructure for young…
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TRACS

One of Scotland Sings and Hands Up for Trad’s partners is TRACS. It’s a new organisation being set up to represent Traditional Arts in Scotland. Here’s an article about them by Donald Smith. TRACS…
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Traditional Music Forum

The Traditional Music Forum aims to be: Visible ‚Äď and available, a first point of contact; Vocal ‚Äď a credible and authoritative advocate for traditional music; Valuable ‚Äď an effective representative‚Ķ
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Wendy Carle Taylor

Wendy Carle Taylor is originally from Aberdeenshire in Scotland and is best known for her moving and utterly beautiful interpretations of contemporary and traditional song, Wendy performs effortlessly…
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