A project showcasing Moray’s culture and heritage will be staged as part of a national music festival in Glasgow later this month.
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) production, A Moray Journey, is a multimedia showcase which explores the area’s cultural heritage through poetry, music and images.
Show coordinator Alan Geddes, a student from the university’s music and environment course, said: “This is a fascinating project created by local people from the community.
“The quality of the work is exceptional and it has been a real privilege to work with them on the performance. It offers a very clever insight into life in the area.”
The production was first performed last summer at venues in Forres and Inverness.
The narrative of the show was shaped by the writing and reflections of its cast, under the leadership of the university’s reader in music and creativity, Mark Sheridan.
Internationally renowned fiddler Alasdair Fraser will join the students for the performance.
Celtic Connections runs at venues throughout Glasgow, and A Moray Journey will be shown at the city’s National Piping Centre on January 29.