Fife Festival of Music

FFoM Jan/Feb 2018 Results

The Jan/Feb 2018 period of the 38th Fife Music Festival has come to an end after a fortnight of wonderful music making and a myriad of classes and performances from individuals to very large groups and from the very young to the not quite so very young!


The culmination of the Festival occurred on Friday evening with the Young Musician 2018 and Young Singers Recital classes following one after the other to a sizeable audience in the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy. 4 singers and 6 instrumentalists entertained and enthralled the audience. They are photgraphed opposite with the two adjudicators for the evening Monica Wilkinson and Marilyn Smith. Visit our Results 2018 page to find out the winners.

FFoM 2018 Young Musicians and Singers 15pc

Results and Sponsors 2018

Fife Festival of Music season is once more upon us with vast amounts of music making taking place from the end of January for a fortnight. The website will publish the winners from the competive classes every evening. So, if you can't make it along to see and hear for yourself then you can keep up to date with the results of  the 2018 Fife Festival of Music by regularly visiting the  2018 Results page.

Once again we have had wonderful support from businesses, music groups and individuals - see our Sponsors page. Their support is invaluable and allows us to maintain our wide-ranging Festival of Music. To you all - a huge thank you!

2018 Jan/Feb Programme

The Jan/Feb 2018 event is just around the corner taking place in Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Cupar as shown on our exciting poster.


A full size image of the poster can be found here.


The Festival programme and the Festival at a Glance document can both be found here.














Family Funday 2017


It’s Family Funday Sunday at Fife Festival of Music!


Sunday 19th November, VIEWFORTH HIGH SCHOOL, Windmill Campus, KIRKCALDY, 12 noon until 4pm.


Mini workshops/Maxi fun.


A musical funday for all the family with workshops and performances - and it's FREE!


This will be the fifth Family Funday of Musicmaking generated by Fife Festival of Music with lots of fun things to interest people of all ages. Bring the family, bring your neighbours, borrow your neighbour's children and come along - for some fun with music.


On Sunday 19th November at Viewforth High School, Windmill Campus, Windmill Road, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3AL, Fife Festival of Music will present its 2017 ‘C’ period event, a family fun-filled musical afternoon. FFoM will have its own stall promoting its existence in the music community of Fife.


‘Come and try’ workshop sessions will be available for samba, drum kit, ukulele, singing and music making for the very young. There will also be short informal performances by local musicians - ensembles from Fife Strathspey and Reel Society and Dysart Silver Band - and the final event will be a 45 minute family concert given by the highly entertaining, hugely talented and colourful 'Travelling by Tuba', all the way from Manchester. There will be face-painting, a quiz, colouring-in, as well as the FFoM shop selling pens, pencils, notebooks, cards, and 'musical' gifts.


Doors open at 11.30am and the official opening will be at 12 noon by Fife Council Depute Provost Cllr. Julie Ford.


With support from the Barbara McManus Memorial Fund and FFoM itself, admission is free for all.

Open to all ages, families, friends, parents, children (under 12s must be accompanied).



ffomFunDayA5 2016 

Click here for a larger image of the poster

2018 Period A Prospectus and Entry Form

The 2018 Period A is just around the corner with events taking place in Cupar, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy as shown on our colourful poster.


A full size image of the poster can be found here.










 FFoM Period A 2018