The performance is part of the Fragments project, an arts and music project for the Scottish Borders, inspired by the discovery of a rare and precious fragment of a medieval manuscript, discovered in Hawick in 2009.
The new piece, entitled Fragments of Black - a song of night, will be the second performance in the Fragments trilogy, as part of an evening of light, sound and song, which sets out to explore a journey through a medieval landscape.
Milngavie Folk Club has announced concert performances and workshops by two of the world's leading finger-picking guitarists, Pentangle founder member John Renbourn and Tony McManus, at the end of August. McManus gives a concert on Friday August 30 and takes a workshop the following day from 2-4pm, and Renbourn's concert on Saturday August 31 is preceded by a workshop from 4-6pm. Tickets for the workshops cost £10 and for the concerts the prices are £10 (McManus) and £12 (Renbourn).