The St Margaret’s Project aims to establish an internationally-renowned performance and arts venue in the heart of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park.
We want to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Braemar and Royal Deeside.
But we also want to attract a huge range of high-quality events and performances.
St Margaret’s, the masterpiece of renowned Scottish architect Sir John Ninian Comper, is a glorious and nationally-significant Victorian gem. Its regeneration, in tandem with many other exciting local projects, will help enhance Braemar even further as a place for visitors to enjoy and as a place to live and work.
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March 01/03/18 - 04/03/18
Braemar Mountain Festival - Mountain Art and Photography Exhibition
Please join us for a mulled wine to launch this exhibition. Exhibitors include Geoff Allan, Anke Addy, Greg Drumm, Hamish Frost, Jamie Hageman, Susie Leiper, Ann Vastano, Fiona McPherson and Eoghain MacLean Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10 - 4 http://www.braemarmountainfestival.com/
March 23/03/18 1.00pm
Camilli String Quartet Concert
A lunchtime recital from a very professional young quartet that was formed at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.The quartet were the winners of the Trinity Laban John Barbirolli Competition 2015, and were also awarded a place on the Richard Carne Chamber Mentorship Scheme. The quartet is made up of experienced chamber and solo musicians, who currently hold individual scholarships at Trinity Laban. They are coming to St. Margaret's as part of Aberdeen Aberdeen Art Galleries partnership project. https://www.camillistringquartet.co.uk/repertoire
April 14/04/18 TBC
An Evening with Liz Lochead
"Something Old Something New" - monologue and poems plus Steve Kettley on saxophone “from bittersweet to rude and raunchy Liz weaves a spellbinding and beguiling show mixing poems monologues and music. “.
May 04/05/18 - 6/05/18
Photography Mini Festival - Photography Exhibition , Workshops and talks.
May 26/05/18 TBC
The Scottish soprano described by the BBC as "one of RSAMD's best-known alumni"
June 08/06/18 TBC
Jenny Sturgeon with Jonny Hardie & Charlie McKerron.
The inspiration for Jenny's lyrics comes from folklore, historical events and personal experience, and having trained as a biologist her enthusiasm for nature creeps in to all her work.Jenny plays in a trio with Jonny Hardie (Old Blind Dogs) and Charlie McKerron (Capercaillie )
June 29/06/18 TBC
A Scottish Duo of flute and guitar committed to performances that engage with audiences and constantly developing ways to present work in ways that communicate ideas clearly. A fusion of Traditional Tango, Classical and Jazz .