Today”s (Sunday 2 June) Festival Fling Extra highlights the and brings you a concert from the Borders own Lori & Innes Watson along with John Somerville in Lori Watson and the Rule of Three from last year”s 2012 Glenfarg Festival. So if you are out and about Coadstream here is what you can expect today:
Pub sessions: 12- 2pm Sunday lunchtime Organised Session at The Newcastle Arms with Carly Blain and Graeme Armstrong. Other “open” sessions welcomed at The Castle Hotel, The Bowling Club, The Besom, The Newcastle Arms throughout the weekend.
Today – Sunday 2 June
1.30 – 3.15pm “Open Stage” Competition at the Community Centre. £5 entry fee for your act plus 2 supporters Book your 10 minute (maximum) performance slot by completing an application form in advance or at The Festival Desk in the Community Centre during the weekend. The number of acts is limited to 10 with a strict 10 minute time limit. The winner is invited to perform at the Evening Concert at Sunday 7.00pm, plus there will be an additional prize.
3.30 – 5.00pm Border Tunes Workshop with Matt Seattle
Workshop for mixed instruments at The Eildon Centre.
3.30 – 5.00pm Harmony Song with Christine Kydd at Coldstream Parish Church Hall. Another fantastic opportunity for both male and female singers to work with another of Scotland”s finest! No requirement to read music.
7.00pm Border Gaitherin “Grand” Concert featuring all the tutors and special guests, “Open Stage” winners and some surprises.
Coldstream Community Centre doors open at 6.30pm. All tickets £10 (no concession).
My thanks once again to John Weatherby and Kris Korn of Soundsense for their recording of the Glenfarg Folk Festival
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