Music Coll 2021 will take place from 26th June – 4th July.

Our concerts on 2nd, 3rd & 4th July will now take place.

With a socially distanced audience it is essential to 


with generous support in 2021 from

The Albert & Eugenie Frost Music Trust

Headley Trust

PF Charitable Trust

Pollock House Arts Society

Salomé Quartet
Ensemble Renard
Larisa Piano Trio
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An Cridhe, The Coll Community Centre, our home!

For the past 27 years we have hosted this very special and important chamber music study & performance week for talented Young Musicians at the start of their professional careers. The event initially took place in Perthshire but after a highly successful first visit in 2013 we hope the event can return for the eighth time to the stunning Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides in 2021.

The Tunnell Trust has always exclusively supported chamber groups and not individuals. We are providing a unique opportunity for groups to spend uninterrupted time together to rehearse and perform. Wendy Tunnell, the founder of the event, succeeded in creating an environment for young musicians which enables them to escape the pressures of everyday life as young professionals and to have the space and time to develop their musicianship further at a crucial ‘make or break’ stage in their careers.

The Young Musicians attend by invitation of the Trust which bears the cost in full.

Attendance is for established chamber groups only.

The relationship between the young musicians and the ‘tutors’ is a collaboration, free from any traditional student-professor hierarchy. This collaboration concentrates on performance techniques, presentation and repertoire, aiming to better equip these talented youngsters in their future careers.

The schedule allows for extensive rehearsal as well as much needed performing opportunities for all in the four public concerts during the week.

With extensive press coverage and publicity relating to the week we aim to raise the profiles of the musicians attending. We invite a number of promoters to the event in the hope of securing future engagements for our musicians.

During the week there are a number of workshops with local schoolchildren, who benefit from the energy and enthusiasm of the young musicians attending the course.

Please contact the Aristic Director if you have any inquiries about the event.

We are also very happy for a limited number of audience members to listen to some of the ‘Master Classes’ during the week from Monday 28th June to Thursday 1st July. Please contact the Artistic Director direct to arrange.

Concerts will take place for the general public on the weekend of 2nd, 3rd & 4th July 2021.

See the review of the 2019 Music Coll here.