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Chris Wright

Chris Wright

Co-Director

His lifelong interest in Scottish culture and folklore saw him pursue a Masters degree in Ethnology and Folklore at the Elphinstone Institute at Aberdeen University, and he is currently planning to follow this with a PhD looking at the contemporary community-building aspects of vernacular singing practices in Scotland.

Steve Byrne

Steve Byrne

Co-Director

. A graduate of the School of Scottish Studies at the University of Edinburgh, in his time he’s been Traditional Arts Officer for the City of Edinburgh Council; song cataloguer on the landmark Kist o Riches/Tobar an Dualchais sound archive project; and co-founded the Hamish Henderson Archive Trust to help secure the papers of the Scottish poet, folklorist and peace activist.

Chris Wright

Mairi McFadyen

Co-Director

His lifelong interest in Scottish culture and folklore saw him pursue a Masters degree in Ethnology and Folklore at the Elphinstone Institute at Aberdeen University, and he is currently planning to follow this with a PhD looking at the contemporary community-building aspects of vernacular singing practices in Scotland.

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Chris Wright

Chris Wright

Co-Director
Steve Byrne

Steve Byrne

Co-Director
Chris Wright

Mairi McFadyen

Co-Director

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  • Chris Wright

    Chris Wright

    Co-Director

    His lifelong interest in Scottish culture and folklore saw him pursue a Masters degree in Ethnology and Folklore at the Elphinstone Institute at Aberdeen University, and he is currently planning to follow this with a PhD looking at the contemporary community-building aspects of vernacular singing practices in Scotland.

  • Steve Byrne

    Steve Byrne

    Co-Director

    . A graduate of the School of Scottish Studies at the University of Edinburgh, in his time he’s been Traditional Arts Officer for the City of Edinburgh Council; song cataloguer on the landmark Kist o Riches/Tobar an Dualchais sound archive project; and co-founded the Hamish Henderson Archive Trust to help secure the papers of the Scottish poet, folklorist and peace activist.

  • Chris Wright

    Mairi McFadyen

    Co-Director

    His lifelong interest in Scottish culture and folklore saw him pursue a Masters degree in Ethnology and Folklore at the Elphinstone Institute at Aberdeen University, and he is currently planning to follow this with a PhD looking at the contemporary community-building aspects of vernacular singing practices in Scotland.

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