Fife Festival of Music

Festival Timetable for 2016

The outline Timteable for the Period A of the Fife Festival of Music, which runs from 25th January to 5th Februrary, is published, in pdf form, and available to download here.

Spread over two weeks in different venues, with solo and group events, competitive and non-competitive classes and from Primary School children to those who have long since left school this is a huge event not to be missed. So if you are not taking part be sure to come along to watch, listen and enjoy.

 

Grove Dictionary of Music

There is a rare opportunity to buy a 20 volume set of the Grove Dictionary of Music - visit the Gift page to find out more. 

Set Pieces 2016

The set pieces for the classes listed below were, initially, wrongly listed on the website Prospectus, (but correctly listed in the published printed Prospectus.) As of 1st November this information was corrected on the website and are as detailed below. Fife Festival of Music apologies for any inconvenience caused.

303 Piano Solo, Intermediate
The Elephant from Carnival of the Animals, Camille Saint-Saëns (arr. Peter Gritton, Simply Classics
[Piano Solo] Grades 2-3: Faber Music)

304 Piano Solo, Advanced
Blue Ballad No. 2, Mike Cornick (from The Blue Piano Book: Universal Edition)

622 Clarsach Solo, Intermediate
Puinneagan Càil, Trad. (arr. W Stewart, About Time: Tigh na Teud)

623 Clarsach Solo, Advanced
Theme de la Sonate No. 11, Mozart (arr. Dominig Bouchaud, Panorama de la Harpe Celtique: Editions
Musicales)

911 Primary School Choir
Angels in the Snow, Sally K Albrecht & Jay Althouse: Alfred

912 Primary School Choir - Scots Songs
The Fidgety Bairn (arr. Hugh S Roberton, Songs of the Isles: Curwen)

913 Primary School Choir - Hymn/Religious Song Singing
Hine Ma Tov, Allan E Naplan (from Singing Sherlock, Book 2: Boosey & Hawkes)

 

Plans for 2015 Period 'C' Event

The highly successful annual Family Funday of Musicmaking will be held this year on Sunday 22nd November 2015 at Auchmuty High School.

All the details are available via the poster which can be found here.

2016 Period A Prospectus

The emphasis here is participation, with opportunities available for solo and group singers and instrumentalists to be part of exciting music-making. Classes, both competitive and non-competitive encourage entrants to perform for and learn from each other at venues in Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Cupar.

 

ProsAPoster2016 12pc