As The Brunton is temporarily closed, we’ve been looking for other ways to keep you entertained. Here are some online concerts and musicmaking activities for all the family.
BBC Proms at Home – offers easy, creative, weekly activities for families across the summer. To celebrate the First Night of the Proms and taking inspiration from Gerald Barry’s Canada; Jessie Maryon Davies guides families in creating their very own one word song using only voice and body percussion! Visit their website for all the info
Scottish Opera – Spotlight On… Immerse yourself in some of Scottish Opera’s best loved productions, past and present. Never-before-seen photos, in-depth interviews, videos, exclusive programme articles and more to keep you entertained. Visit their website.
The Scotsman – The Scotsman Sessions are short video performances from artists all around the country. Visit their website to watch.
Royal Scottish National Orchestra – RSNO Friday Night Club – 15 free online concerts from our archives, featuring beloved music performed by world-class musicians RSNO website.
Music & Me – Songs, stories and creative exploration with Dave Trouton, East Lothian musician. Visit the Music & Me Website.
Drake Music Scotland – Accessible resources tailored for additional support needs children but useful for everyone. Visit their website for more information.
McMillan Young Musicians – Early Years fun songs and games from Charlotte McMillan, East Lothian Arts worker and creator of Hullabaloo. Visit her website to join in.
Incorporated Society of Musicians – Learning resources for primary, secondary and instrumental learning, as well as other useful resources. Many are free or discounted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit website to find out more.
ABC Music – Sign up to free online sessions with this great Midlothian based music project, for all ages! Visit website.