Penfest 2020 Music events

While it’s impossible to have live concerts this year, we are delighted that musicians who had agreed to perform for Penfest 2020 are providing us with some online music content.

OPENING CONCERT

Saturday 26th September at 7:30pm

We will open the link to performances by folk musicians Ronnie Miller and Brian Miller.

Please click here to enter the performance space! The concert is free and will remain available until 1st December.

Please click here to enter the performance space! The concert is free and will remain available until 1st December.

PENICUIK FOLK CLUB

Tuesday 30th September at 8pm

Penicuik Folk Club invites you to join them at their regular Zoom session.

Please click here for more details. This is a free event.

PENTLAND PIANO FESTIVAL

Thursday 1st October at 7:30pm

We are delighted that Graham Mcdonald (our very well-known and well-loved Penicuik pianist) who organises the Pentland Piano festival, will be presenting it online this year. Graham has very kindly agreed to coincide the festival with Penfest week, and it will be available to view on Thursday 1st October at 7:30pm.

Please click here for more details, and to link into the piano festival.

PENFEST 2020 FINAL CONCERT

Saturday 3rd October at 7:30pm

We are also delighted that Graham will be presenting an online concert of music along with his friends and family. This will be shown at 7:30pm on Saturday 3rd October. Not to be missed!

Please click here to enter the performance space. The concert is free and will remain available until 1st December.

Helping our neighbours

The Eastgate Theatre in Peebles is also struggling to keep going after lockdown. They’ve been very active in posting music and other arts events on You tube. In particular, they gathered together friends who make music or write, to present four half hour YouTube “Garden Ceilidh events”. They were recorded, properly distanced, in a garden in Peebles at the beginning of August. A couple of members of the PCAA committee contribute to three of them! It’s a worthwhile cause, and donations are welcome.

Please click here to view the ceilidhs!