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 Board of Directors
President, Treasurer, Recording Secretary & Webmaster
Artistic Director & Grants Administrator
Please join us for our upcoming season. Brian McNeil and Ed Miller will be joining us in October for a series of workshops in schools and concerts at the Focal Point. The concerts are:
October 14, 2016 - McCluer North & McCluer High Schools in concert with Brian McNeill - McCluer N. H.S. Library, 705 Waterford Dr., Florissant, MO 63033 - 7 PM
October 27, 2016 - Normandy High School Poetry Slam - Normandy H.S. little theatre, 3855 Lucas & Hunt Rd., Normandy, MO 63121 - 6:30 PM
Sept. 6 - Nov. 4 - Artists in Residence workshops: CONNECTIONS: ROBERT BURNS AND PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR - VOICES OF THE PEOPLE at Normandy HS, St. Margaret of Scotland, St. Joan of Arc, and Steger Sixth Grade Center.
Oct. 10 - 21 - Artist in Residence workshops: SCOTTISH TRADITIONAL FIDDLE with Brian McNeill at McCluer HS, McCluer North HS, Ritenour HS, and Pattonville Heights and Remington Middle Schools.
Oct. 24 - Nov. 4 - Artist in Residence workshops: SCOTS SONG with Ed Miller at Gateway Middle School (St. Louis City) and Ursuline Academy.
Below is the St. Louis Scottish Community Calendar. Here you will find information about Scottish events all around the St. Louis area from our sister organizations.
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