Dates for your diary:

The 17th Niel Gow festival will be held from 20th - 22nd March 2020 in the beautiful and historic Perthshire

village of Dunkeld & Birnam, home of Niel Gow.

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New CD played on Niel Gow's fiddle - proceeds to Niel

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Pictures from the 2006 Niel Gow Festival.

All pictures courtesy of Ken Houston

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For a full program of events click here

2006 artistes were:

Alistair McCulloch & Ross Thomson

Anna-Wendy Stevenson & Ronald Stevenson

Aonghais Grant Sen.

The Blackford Fiddlers

Christine Kydd & Just Singin'

Dougie MacLean & Band

Dunkeld & District Strathspey & Reel Society

Gavin Marwick & Bob Turner

Gordon Gunn & Brian McAlpine

Iain Fraser

Jenna Reid

Jimmy Johansson & Tuva Modeer

Marie Fielding

Paul Anderson

Pete Clark

Pupils of Plockton School

Ross Thomson

Sandie Forbes & Sandy Stanage

Simon & Daniel Moran

Simon Bradley

Wendy Weatherby, Stevie Lawrence

Also ..........

Display of fiddles, violas and 'cellos by Joseph I. Ross at the Taybank during the Festival

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