Concert of fabulous and unusual early Scottish music to celebrate Mid – Summer, sung and played as it would have been in the 17th and 18th century. Including a recital on the Ruckers’ harpsichord in the wonderful environs of the High Drawing Room. Friday June 22 at 7.00 – 8.00pm. Elspeth McVeigh, Soprano, with Traquair harpsichord (1651) and period baroque fiddle and flute. House Open from 6.00pm Tickets £15.00 To include a glass of wine RSVP Proceeds to Traquair House Charitable Trust. If you would like to Gift Aid your ticket purchase please let us know. email@example.com Tel; 01896 830323.
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A weekend when the past will literally come alive as characters from Traquair's history re-enact some of the dramatic happenings that took place in this 900 year old castle. As you tour the house and grounds you will come across…Find out more »