Upcoming MiH Events

Find out what’s on, where, and how you can get involved…

Fundraising Gig for MiH – 1st September 02 August 2017

Calling all gig-goers in and around Perth! MiH guitarist and singer Andrew Gordon is putting on a fundraising gig at Greyfriars Bar in Perth on Saturday 1st September. Andrew will be donating all of the proceeds from his performance to Music in Hospitals Scotland, as well as the fee he’d ordinarily receive. Everything raised on the… MORE

GUSTAV HOLST!! It’s The Planets 28 April 2017

The superb Universities of Scotland Symphony Orchestra are giving four performances of Gustav Holst’s The Planets at the end of May 2017, in support of Music in Hospitals Scotland. For the fifth year running, players from all over Scotland unite to form this dynamic and vibrant orchestra – their performances are not to be missed! Please join us… MORE

Tribute to Andrew Armstong of TOTAL E&P UK Limited 01 December 2016

On 14th September, three musicians from Music in Hospitals Scotland performed at a very special concert held at TOTAL E&P UK Limited’s (TEP UK) head office in Altens, Aberdeen. The event was held in tribute to the late Andrew Armstrong OBE who had been the District Manager of Total Oil Marine until his retirement in… MORE

Dundas Castle Autumn Fair – Shop ’til you Drop 08 August 2016

All welcome! Shop ’til you drop at the Dundas Castle Autumn Fair on Tuesday 27 September 2016. The event runs from 9.30 am until 4.30pm Dundas Castle, South Queensferry EH30 9SS Dundas Castle is one of Scotland’s most beautiful and historic castles. Built in 1818 by the renowned Scottish architect, William Burn, the castle is… MORE

THANK YOU Women of Scotland Lunch!

THANK YOU Women of Scotland Lunch 2016 We have been blown away by the incredible generosity and support from the Committee and guests of the Women of Scotland Lunch. As you may know, MiH was chosen as the Charity of the Year for the Women of Scotland Lunch and in April this year, we enjoyed being part of their speculator event… MORE

Pedal Power for MiH 15 July 2016

Musician Marc Spencer-Bowles performed for MiH Scotland for many years and is now putting power to his pedal to raise funds for the charity. Marc is taking on the gruelling Prudential Ride London on 31st July. Setting off from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Marc will cross The Thames, Hampton Court Bridge and zoom along parts of… MORE

Join us! Sunday 29th May: USSO raises funds for MiH 25 May 2016

Universities of Scotland Symphony Orchestra strike up for MiH It doesn’t get much better than this – Williams, Bernstein & Dvořák, performed by the Universities of Scotland Symphony Orchestra in aid of MiH. Join us for a spine-tinglingly good performance of: John Williams – Escapades for alto sax and orchestra, from the motion picture “Catch Me if You… MORE

Gareloch Garden Opening: Sunday 15th May 11 May 2016

On Sunday 15th May, from 2pm to 5pm, stunning Stuckenduff Garden, which overlooks the Gareloch, will be open to the public. In addition to bluebells, rhododendrons, azaleas and mature trees there will be teas, home baking, a plant stall and live classical music performed by: Louise Burnet – flute Megan Garrity – harp Stephen Adam – piano. … MORE

The Best of Scotland Gig – raising funds for MiH 08 March 2016

The Best of Scotland Gig – raising funds for MiH ‘Grab yer kilts, see you Jimmy bunnets n aw yer pals and get doon tae gie it laldy at The Mash House. Join us for a night of acts performing covers of popular Scottish artists and have a boogie and a bev while you’re at… MORE

45,000 concerts! 16 December 2015

Tonight, (16th December) we will have given our 45,000th concert in Scotland! Our many thanks go to all of our supporters, our musicians and everyone who has ever helped to spread the word about MiH since 1980. We are incredibly grateful to you all and we look forward celebrating 50,000 concerts with you before too… MORE

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The pupils appreciated the chance to see the musicians performing in the old people’s home. This helped them to make the link between raising money for charity and how those funds are actually spent. They all agreed that this was a good cause that the school should continue to try to support when it can.
Class Teacher Frances Hall at St Nicholas School, Broxburn