TMSA Traditional Music & Song Association of Scotland
 
 
 

Homecoming Scotland Homecoming Sessions

Organised by the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland (TMSA) – the Homecoming Scotland 2014 Sessions are a programme of Scottish traditional music sessions across Scotland from late Summer to Winter 2014, supported by EventScotland and Creative Scotland.

Homecoming 2014 Sessions -
great traditional music & song on your doorstep

General Information

Organised by the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland (TMSA) – the Homecoming 2014 Sessions are a programme of 250-300 Scottish traditional music sessions across Scotland from late Spring to Winter 2014, supported by EventScotland and Creative Scotland.

The TMSA Homecoming 2014 Music Sessions will -

  • showcase the diverse regional music and song traditions of Scotland.
  • cultivate widespread awareness and interest in traditional music and song.
  • extend the number of venues hosting traditional music sessions and events.
  • provide opportunities for visitors and local people to take part in traditional music and song events.

What is a session?
A session is when people get together to have fun playing music, singing songs and sometimes even dancing! Led by a couple of musicians, you are most welcome to join in with instruments or your voice, or come along to listen. The sessions are informal, and you are welcome to stay for the whole time or just a song or two!

Where can I find out about the Sessions?
These can be found, as they are organised, on the TMSA website - www.tmsa.org.uk by following the Homecoming 2014 Session links. You can also visit our general What’s On page or download the 2014 Event Calendar for other events and activities around Scotland.

If you are interested in taking part in the TMSA Homecoming 2014 Session programme as a musician or a venue see the links below:

Please note that even if you have been part of a TMSA National Sessions Programme before as a musician or venue, you will need to re-register – thanks!

We are proud to be part of the celebrations for Homecoming Scotland 2014. Spread the word and join our celebrations!