1 - 3 September 2016 "The Campbells of Canna", Islands Book Trust Festival, Skye
18 July 2016 "Hunting of the Songs" - an original paper by Margaret Fay Shaw. Kildonan Museum, 7pm
17 July 2016 “Coimeas- Contrast” An original paper by Margaret fay Shaw, illustrated with song, archive audio and film. For Ceolas Uibhist. Eriskay Hall 8pm
14 July 2016 "Hebridean Nights", Rhu church, Canna
1 - 3 July 2016 Presentation to the FEECA Conference, Aberdeen University
21 - 24 June 2016 Lecture, Sabhal Mor Ostaig, Skye
3 - 18 May 2016 Various presentations throughout Nova Scotia and Caper Breton including the CSANA Conference at St FX University, Antigonish. Ending with gigs in Boston, USA
21 April 2016 Lecture, National Trust for Scotland, Edinburgh
19 March 2016 Inverness Fiddlers Concert, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
14 February 2016 "Margaret and John Campbell - A Vision and a Voice", Pitlochry Book Festival
20 January 2016Scotia Nova - Songs for the Early Days of a New Nation, Celtic Connections, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Fiona is delighted that Katie Mackenzie and Yvonne Lyon will be accompanying Fiona in her song. 5 December 2015 The Scottish Traditional Music Awards, Caird Hall, Dundee 7 November 2015 Fiona is singing at Yvonne Lyon's new album launch, The Beacon, Greenock. November 2015 Fiona has recently had a new song written by herself, selected to be included on a new recording by Greentrax Records "The Scotia Nova Project"- songs for a new Scotland, to be released later this year. Fiona's song "Cronan a' Chamhanaich - Dawn Lullaby" is the only Gaelic song to be included on the album.
28 October 2015 Fiona will be at the Edinburgh Storytelling Festival in October, to discuss future potential story events in Canna House and creating awareness of the potential for story within the Archives. She will also be participating in the "Leirsinn" event at the Festival, in the Storytelling centre.
19 - 23 October 2015 Fiona will be teaching songs from the Canna Collection at this years Feis Rois nan Deugairean in Ullapool. She will also be teaming up with well known singer, musician and songwriter, Finlay Napier, to teach songwriting during the course.
9 - 16 October 2015 Fiona will be running the National Trust for Scotland exhibition at the Gaelic Showcase during Mod week in Oban, where she will have informaiotn and videos about the work of the Trust particularly for Canna. She will also be presenting a song lecture on the Canna Collection and the work of the Campbells, John Lorne and Margaret Fay Shaw at the Fringe Showcase marquee on Tuesday13th at 4pm. 6 August 2015 Canna Feis, Isle of Canna
14 July 2015 International Congress of Celtic Studies, Glasgow University
27 March 2015 Glad Cafe, Pollockshaws Road, Glasgow, guesting with Yvonne Lyon
24 February 2015 Delivering a paper “Curiosity Killed the Cat: The Legacy of Song Collector Margaret Fay Shaw” at The Elphinstone Institute, Aberdeen University
24 January 2015 Hands Up For Trad - Renewing the Tradition. Workshop in Dingwall Town Hall with Christine Kydd. 1100 - 1700
31 January 2015 Celtic Connections - live performance for Celtic Music Radio, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow at 1300.
23 - 27 December 2014 Performing as part of the ‘Dear Pal’, WW1 Christmas Truce events in Ypres/Messines, with Patsy Seddon, Alex Hodgson, Mike Brogan, David Manderson.
4 November 2014 To celebrate 5 years of Tweeting Gaelic words and phrases I've uploaded 2 more podcasts to my site. Follow me on Twitter @gaelicsinger
31 October 2014 Christmas is not far away so here is a sample of my Christmas Album, Duan Nollaig. You can also buy the songbook to go with it here.
24 October 2014 with Katie Mackenzie at the Carnegie Hall, Portmahomack, “From Ross-shire and Beyond….”
20 October 2014 Delivering a paper entitled “Where the Gaelic Arts and Non-Traditional Theatre Meet…A Song Discussion” at “Understanding Scotland Musically”,Newcastle University
16 October 2014 Lčirsinn - celebrating the music of the Blind Highland Musicians, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, Royal National Mod Fringe
8 May 2014Songlines (UWS Masters in Songwriting and Performance Showcase) The Glad Cafe, Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow
2 to 11 May 2014 Leirsinn - Some of the best Scots musicians come together to celebrate the compositions of the great blind composers of the 17th century. The project 'Lčirsinn', Gaelic for vision, will stage three performances in the Scots and Irish style of traditional music spanning the 17th century to contemporary times. Lčirsinn will celebrate the compositions of the great blind composers of the 17th century, harpers Ruairi Dall O Cathain, Ruaridh Dall Morison and Turlough O'Carolan, piper Iain Dall Mackay as well as 18th century fiddle player John Riddell. May 2 St Michael's Church, Abban Street, Inverness May 10 Torridon Community Centre 8.00, Wester Ross May 11 Foulis Castle 3pm, Evanton, Ross-shire
11 to 15 April 2014 Toronto, Canada
16 to 21 April 2014 Chicago, USA 3 February 2014 Stirling Folk Club - "A things Burns" with Kilmarnock Edition
1 February 2014 Celtic Connections, Tron Theatre "A Little Bird Blown Off Course" SOLD OUT