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This week’s online video schedule from Live Music Now Scotland

Hard to believe that we are already entering week nine of lockdown!

Thank you for enjoying some music with us along the way.

It has been great to discover new artists in Live Music Now branches around Europe and it has given the musicians an important opportunity to stay connected with a variety of audiences, even during quarantine. We also hope our Together at Home LMNS dementia friendly concerts have helped the general well being of those living in care homes.

All of our concerts are available to view at

Here is our schedule of online videos for the week ahead.

We hope you will enjoy it. Feel free to share with anyone who may appreciate some music right now.


Week 9 schedule:

Monday 25th May, 11am
We share a short documentary looking back on ‘Traditional Tunes for Tiny People’, a project first piloted in 2011 to introduce young children to Scottish folk music, using Scots dialect, Gaelic language songs and simple actions for carers and parents to follow. Music education is vital to the wellbeing in society – and we believe in starting young!

Suitable for the general public.

Wednesday 27th May, 11am
We’re pleased to present a classical concert from Live Music Now Munich with violin player Nicole Ostmann who joined the Munich branch last year.

Suitable for the general public.

Thursday 28th May, 11am
We’re pleased to share a lively concert from Live Music Now Netherlands with the Rotterdam-based Magma Quartet, featuring musicians from Brazil and India.

Suitable for the general public.

Friday 29th May, 7pm
Join us for the premiere of a Friday night saxophone concert from Live Music Now Scotland musician Richard Scholfield.

Suitable for the general public.

Sunday 31st May, 7pm
A special Sunday night performance from the traditional Scottish trio, Aonach Mor, recorded especially for our #TogetheratHomeLMNS series.

Suitable for older people at home in isolation, those that would have attended day centres, those living in care homes, those living with dementia and suitable for the general public too.