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Music in Rannoch

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

Concerts are mainly held in The Old Church, Kinloch Rannoch, PH16 5QA, on Sunday afternoons usually starting at 3.00pm but please check details below.

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 £42 each.  Individual concerts are £10.00 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

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Sunday May 19th
15.00 Spanish Roses: Marina Sanchez-Cabello (cello) and Ana Romero (trumpet)
The Old Church of Rannoch
A distinctive and captivating collaboration that combines the expressive power of the trumpet with the rich and resonant tones of the cello. A celebration of Latin rhythms, with many surprises, to open the 2024/25 season.

Sunday June 16th
15.00 Cantilena Festival Players
The Old Church of Rannoch
Invited back to Rannoch by popular demand the members of the group are all professional musicians from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland –

Sunday July 21st
15.00 Piano Recital by Nicholas Ashton
The Old Church of Rannoch
Principal Tutor in Piano at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland –

Sunday August 11th
15.00 Sally Simpson (fiddle) and Catriona Hawksworth (piano)
The Old Church of Rannoch
A striking and dynamic duo, performing a repertoire from Scottish traditions alongside new compositions. Their music is primarily Scottish in character while also incorporating elements of traditions from further afield.

Sunday September 15th
15.00 Bruadar Duo: Lynn Fraser (flute) and Kieran McCrossan (guitar)
The Old Church of Rannoch
Kieran is a recent graduate of Edinburgh Napier University where he studied with Simon Thacker. Lynn Fraser is a music teacher (Falkirk Council) and studied music in Glasgow with Rosemary Eliot and Sheena Gordon.

Sunday October 20th
15.00 Maximiliano Martin (clarinet) and Scott Mitchell (piano)
The Old Church of Rannoch
Maximiliano Martin, principal clarinet of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, will be joined by Scott Mitchell who has a distinguished career as a chamber music collaborator with some of Scotland’s finest artists.  




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