In the belief that music and the arts are key to connecting cultures and understanding our roots, Scottish Partnership for Arts and Education provides cultural experiences and educational opportunities in Scottish
In the belief that music and the arts are key to connecting cultures and understanding our roots, Scottish Partnership for Arts and Education provides cultural experiences and educational opportunities in Scottish traditional arts and the historic connections between Scotland and the USA by conducting classes, workshops, lectures and public performances. Please contact us to find out more.
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SPAE String Players

Kilted 5K

Our Kilted 5K has been scheduled for Saturday, April 19th. You can register by clicking here. If you would like to register with a check, please download the entry form here. We will be taking registrations on site as well. For more information, visit our Fundraising page. If you would like to volunteer, please send an e-mail to Diane.Betts@stlspae.org.

St. Louis Review

Here is a wonderful article about the SPAE workshops at Ursuline Academy. Click here for the article.

Our Summer 2013 Newsletter is now available

You can find our newest newsletter here.

Weaving Musical Traditions

SPAE is again partnering with HEC-TV to help with a new project entitled "Weaving Musical Traditions." This first (of many) episode will feature Scottish musical traditions in the United States. Board Members Diane McCullough and William Ray have been interviewed and are contributing extensively to this project. We will update this post as soon as an air date has been announced.

In the past, SPAE has partnered with HEC-TV for an episode of "Behind the Minds" with Brian McNeill and "Inside the Artist's Studio", also with Brian McNeill. This interactive program allowed string students around the world to interact live in a class with Brian. HEC-TV also filmed Brian's concert at The Focal Point in the fall of 2012, with footage to be usd in the "Weaving Musical Traditions" episode and, hopefully, in a concert DVD that Brian will be producing.

2013 - 2014 Brochure

Please go to our brochure page to view/download our current brochure.

Citizens Day at the Legislature

On February 6, 2013, the St. Elizabeth Academy Select Singers and the McCluer North High School Orchestra performed at the Capitol Building Rotunda in Jefferson City, Missouri, for the Missouri Citizens for the Arts' Citizens Day at the Legislature. SPAE was invited by the Missouri Citizens for the Arts to bring these two groups to this annual event.  To see videos from the day, please click on the videos tab above.