Medieval music and historic tales are all on offer at Rosslyn Chapel this month, as part of the Chapel’s contribution to Scotland’s History Festival.

Today, during opening times, visitors can meet a medieval musician from Sir William St Clair’s court; Jim Tribble, our musician will be on site throughout the day to answer your questions and give you information about his medieval instruments. He will be playing the instruments at 11.20am, 1pm, 2.20pm and 3.20pm included within admission price for visiting Rosslyn Chapel.

On Tuesday 18 November, 7pm, To watch the bow dance…. will be a memorable concert featuring a single violin, dancing as it is played in the hands of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra assistant leader Tamas Fejes in an intense and emotive solo performance.

On Friday 28 November, 7pm, delve into some of the tales of the Chapel by the candle’s light. Further detail and prices are available at or by calling 0131 440 2159.

All events at Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin, Midlothian

Submitted by Ian Gardner