Traditional Music

You can now book and pay ONLINE (credit / debit card) for all the TMC classes – Click Here 

Learn to play, appreciate and enjoy Scottish music in a friendly, supportive and fun environment.

Anyone over the age of 8 years is welcome to come along to Traditional Music Classes (TMC). Some instruments or styles have specific classes for hildren and adults, whereas others focus more on ability level, rather than age.

To get the most out of our classes, it’s important to learn at the right level.

January-June 2018 full class Schedule

TMC registration-form 2018

If you have any queries please email [email protected]

Traditional Music Classes: January -June 2018

Classes start wc 15th January 2018*

There will be 19 sessions (Including end of term concert wc 11th of June 2018).
*With the exception of Accordion which will run from Thursday February 1st for 17sessions
1 week break for Feb holidays wc 19/02/18
2 weeks break for Easter from 30th March to 13th of April 2018

Fiddle Adult: £104.50 (45 min session) Child: £76 (30 min session x 19 sessions)
Chanter / Whistle: Adult: £133 Child: £114 (1 hour session x 19 sessions)
Accordion: Adult: £119 Child: £102 (1 hour session x 17 sessions)

To book online and pay by debit or credit card follow this link

To book in person (cash or cheque only) contact Charleston Community Centre : [email protected]

Booking Conditions
1. If the form is completed on behalf of a child the parent or guardian must sign the form.
2. Applications are accepted on a first come first served basis.
3. All classes must be booked and paid for in advance.
4. The appropriate fee must accompany the booking form. Cheques should be made payable to “Highland Council”. Please do not send cash through the post.
5. No refunds will be given, except where an event is cancelled by High Life Highland. High Life Highland reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the time or venue of any event.
6. All events organised by High Life Highland are covered by its public liability insurance for any claim of negligence attributable to High Life Highland.
7. High Life Highland reserves the right to exclude people from any of its activities if they display any dangerous or inappropriate behaviour.

Data Protection
The information you have supplied will be used for the purpose(s) for which you have provided it. High Life Highland will also use it to plan improvements and to meet our obligations in delivering services on behalf of The Highland Council. This data will be maintained in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and will not be passed on or sold to any other organisation without your prior approval, unless there is a legal requirement to do so.