Coronavirus pandemic musical lifeline delivered via Dingwall-based Fèis Rois strikes a chord across Scotland

SOME £40,000 has been awarded via a Ross-shire arts organisation to 12 musicians across Scotland to support them to deliver youth music projects.

The projects include singing workshops for refugees and new Scots in Glasgow, an online Scots singing for wellbeing project, early years music-making in Highland, East Renfrewshire, Perth and Kinross and Glasgow and music provision for care experienced young people in Badenoch and Strathspey.

Dingwall-based arts organisation Fèis Rois was awarded a funding pot of £40,000 through the Youth Arts Fund Small Grants Scheme to distribute to musicians delivering traditional music projects for young people.

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