Music in Rannoch

Rannoch church

Music in Rannoch is a local organisation that arranges a series of six concerts per year.  We enjoy the support of Enterprise Music Scotland.

Concerts are mainly held in The Old Church, Kinloch Rannoch, on Friday evenings starting at 7.30pm.

The Old Church in Kinloch Rannoch is a beautiful venue with excellent acoustics, perfect for musicians and audiences alike.  Concert-goers also enjoy time to socialise during the interval over a glass of wine or a soft drink.

Season tickets for admission to all six concerts cost £35 each.  Individual concerts are £8.00 at the door with free admission for children.

For more information and if you would like to purchase a season ticket, please contact the Secretary: Email

 Programme 2017/2018

Wednesday 16 August 2017

The Aberfeldy Gaelic Choir with compère, Alan Brown. A varied programme of Gaelic and Scottish songs, featuring solos, duets and quartets in addition to pieces sung by the full choir.
www.aberfeldygaelicchoir.co.uk

Friday 20 October 2017

Stephanie Oatridge and Adam Brown bring their unique combination of oboe and guitar to Kinloch Rannoch for an exciting Spanish/Latin-American programme.
http://adambrownguitar.co.uk

Friday 17 November 2017

An evening with Scottish wind quintet Athenaeum Winds (flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon) and Scott Mitchell (piano). Included in the programme is the Sextet for Piano and Wind Quintet by the twentieth-century French composer Francis Poulenc.

Friday 19 January 2018

Aisling Agnew (flute) and Matthew McAllister (guitar) perform an enticing programme of music from the eighteenth century to the present day – mainly classical but also featuring repertoire from the Celtic tradition and from South America.
www.agnewmcallisterduo.com

Friday 16 February 2018

Catriona Clark (soprano) and Douglas Nairne (baritone) present a mixed programme of opera, operetta, Gilbert and Sullivan, songs from the shows and traditional songs.
www.catrionaclark.co.uk

Friday 16 March 2018

Scottish Clarinet Quartet. A varied programme including the lively suite of Early Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century by Ferenc Farkas.
www.scq.org.uk