Reely Jiggered are passionate about working with young people and keeping Live Music and Heritage Alive. They also enjoy creating cross-culture events in the community exploring the expressive arts in other cultures resident in Scotland.
“The staff and pupils have “raved” about last week. It was brilliant. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to be involved.” Alison Irvine (Head Teacher of Wemyss Bay Primary)
EDUCATION – Reely Jiggered have given over 30 workshops across Scotland to over 2000 school children promoting Scottish Music and Heritage. Their projects have been funded by Youth Music Initiative and Creative Scotland. To find out about Reely Jiggered giving a workshop in your school please contact us.
“This was brilliant! If you have any further funding I would highly recommend it for all schools…. and we would gladly have them back again.” Kathleen McGuire (Head Teacher of St Michael’s Primary)
Reely Jiggered collaborate frequently with Mexican musicians La Camaraderia experimenting with Latin and Celtic fusion.
Reely Jiggered have always had an interest in world music, art and dance and have worked with the Bangladesh, Egyptian, Spanish and Latin American Communities to produce cross-culture events in Scotland and abroad. They have collaborated with other musicians around the world to produce interesting projects and sounds for their audiences. They have also worked with various Heritage Charities helping to bring History to life.