The St Margaret’s Project aims to establish an internationally-renowned performance and arts venue in the heart of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park.
We want to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Braemar and Royal Deeside.
But we also want to attract a huge range of high-quality events and performances.
St Margaret’s, the masterpiece of renowned Scottish architect Sir John Ninian Comper, is a glorious and nationally-significant Victorian gem. Its regeneration, in tandem with many other exciting local projects, will help enhance Braemar even further as a place for visitors to enjoy and as a place to live and work.
July 25 The Three Inch Fools perform "Romeo and Juliet", a lighthearted musical take on Shakespeare's romantic classic.
July 27 One Fine Day. A mini music festival curated by Cornish Composer Graham Fitkin and Scottish Harpist Ruth Wall.
July 29 The Ricciotti Ensemble. A lively young 40-piece flash mob Dutch Orchestra visit us from the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
Aug 11 Castle Concert Series. A lunchtime recital with guitar and flute chamber music and live drawing performance by Swedish artist Jenny Svenberg.
Aug 20 Ten Strings Duo. An afternoon concert with two Sicilian virtuosos on violin and guitar.
Aug 24 The Kronach Youth Orchestra An energetic youth orchestra visits us from Germany.
Aug 26 "Lifting" - an exhibition of paintings by Stephanie Vandem, exploring the theme of heavy lifting opens for a week.
Sept 3 Aberdeen University Choir . An afternoon Concert with Professor Paul Mealor.
Sept 22 Schools Choral Festival.
Oct 6 Celestial : Terrestrial. An exhibition of canvas,sound and yarn by Rosy Wood, Karen Beattie and Andrew Braidwood.
Oct 20 Noam Greenberg and Adrian Brendel . A concert with the internationally renowned concert pianist and cellist.