The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra put on a pop-up show at Glasgow Central Station on Thursday, ahead of an August concert in the city.
The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra will return to the stage for a concert in Glasgow this summer.
The band will perform at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Saturday August 20 at 7.30pm.
With family fun at the heart of every event, the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra will perform marches, strathspeys, jigs and reels, for two nights of unforgettable entertainment this summer.
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Hundreds of guests will gather to see the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra play a lively evening of traditional music in Glasgow, with conductor Blair Parham at the helm. The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra has carried the tradition of Scottish music for over 40 years and these performances will feature the full orchestra with soloists and a pipe band.
People of all ages can enjoy infectious jigs and spins and poignant slow tunes, as well as a fine selection of well-known songs at the seated concert.
Bob Diament, Chairman of the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, said: “We are delighted to be able to return to the Edinburgh and Glasgow stages this summer. Our musicians thrive when they can feel the energy of a live audience, and the people who attend our shows are as enthusiastic and engaged as ever. We know so many people missed coming together to watch us play and so we look forward to playing these two special concerts for audiences old and new this summer.
Run solely by volunteers, the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra is a fully autonomous charity. The orchestra makes donations to other music-related charities, partner pipers, medical charities and the RNLI. This year they donated to Drake Music Scotland, Gig Buddies, Sistema Scotland and The Gaiety Theater Ayr.
Tickets cost between £5 and £25 and are on sale now HERE.
For more information on the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, visit www.sfo.org.uk.