The decant is complete We have finished emptying St Cecilia’s Hall after a great deal of hard work and have left the building in the extremely capable hands of our Project Manager.  Now the …Continue reading →

Instruments decanted All of the instruments have now been safely decanted from St Cecilia’s Hall.  Under Jonathan and Darryl’s watchful gaze, the men from Constantine worked carefully and finished ahead of schedule. …Continue reading →

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Festival Concerts We are looking forward to the last Festival before we close for redevelopment, and the fantastic series of concerts being organised by the Friends of St Cecilia’s Hall. We have …Continue reading →

Volunteer of the Month – February 2014 Claire Rochet, Musical Instrument Museum Edinburgh Volunteer I have been working with the Musical Instrument Collection since October and I had the chance as a volunteer to explore different areas …Continue reading →

Innovative Learning Week – Online Quiz We’ve been running an online quiz during Innovative Learning Week with questions based on many of our different online resources.  The first nine questions have already been posted on the …Continue reading →

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Image shows Newspaper Article on Access Course Launch The History of Access to University Ash Mowat is one of our volunteers in the Civic Engagement Team. Ash has been...
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Default utility Image Bearing Witness: The Pre-Digitisation Conservation Treatment of The Witness, Part 1 This week we have the first instalment of a two-part series by Projects Conservator Mhairi...
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