The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, renowned for their enchanting performances of traditional Scottish music, is set to captivate audiences in Ulster venues this spring.

The upcoming shows are on a non-profit basis and to highlight Ulster Scots. Fresh from a memorable concert at the historic Ulster Hall last October, the Orchestra will bring an unforgettable evening of it’s Scottish heritage, weaving a musical tapestry that resonates with passion and purpose.

Don’t miss this chance to experience the spellbinding melodies and grandeur of orchestration. The shows are suitable for all ages.

A local performance will take place on May 16 at the Ardhowen Theatre in Enniskillen.

Entertainment Events Organisation is a registered charity and non profit organisation which was formed to promote and advance the culture and the ethos of Ulster-Scots in areas, around the world, where the Ulster-Scots have touched and have influenced - highlighting the music, dance, spoken word and poetry.

Entertainment Events Organisation is proud to announce the return of The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra who is entirely managed on a voluntary basis. The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra has no professional staff and receives no external funding or grants but is financed from the proceeds of concerts, recordings and donations. The SFO is a registered charity with the aim of promoting the playing of orchestral Scottish fiddle music.