More Beautiful Music in Beautiful (and Secret) Places . . .
Online Winter Season
from November 2021 to March 2022

9 concerts from 2021 Lammermuir Festival &
3 new concerts from ‘Secret Places’ in East Lothian

Single concert tickets available or save 40% off with a 12-concert package (offer ends 19 Nov) or save 20% off with a
6-concert package (offer ends 7 Jan)



The return of live concerts at this year’s Lammermuir Festival was an overwhelmingly life-affirming experience for all involved. For those of you who couldn’t join us, and for those of you who did and might like to relive some wonderful musical experiences, we have created a fabulous online season of 12 concert films for you to enjoy at home, online, from November 2021 to February 2022.

What the press say

‘Lammermuir is longer, more intimate and better than ever … If any organisation in Scotland’s arts can be said to have built back better from the pandemic, it’s East Lothian’s Lammermuir Festival . . it’s roaring back to in-person life … it shows laudable ambition and sets a standard many arts organisations could learn from.’

The Times ***** (2021)

‘There’s a quiet class about the whole thing that generates a special kind of listening: for all the dark arts of conjuring festival ambience, Lammermuir tends to simply programme right and let the music do the talking’

The Guardian ****

‘It is part of the festival’s appeal that it takes audiences to locations that are beautiful in and of themselves, and it exposes them to great music that seems to fit each place like a glove.’

Seen and Heard International (2021)

‘A remarkable experience – The Lammermuir Festival, founded only in 2010, is going from strength to strength under artistic directors Hugh Macdonald and James Waters.’

Opera Magazine

‘A wide range of inventive music-making taking place with some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery as its backdrop.’

BBC Music Magazine

‘This was an intimate performance that invited the audience in. It’s easy to think about live music as the experience of being performed to; this was a reminder that some of the best performances are like overhearing a private conversation among friends.’

The Guardian ***** (2021) on Jeremy Denk performance