In 2020, as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, the Lammermuir Festival concerts were recorded behind closed doors with no audiences. The festival returned in 2021 with socially distanced audiences but more concerts than in any previous year.
Peter Whelan conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra at St Mary's, Haddington.
Jeremy Denk, Lammermuir Festival artist in residence, 2021.
Juliet Stevenson performing with vocal group Tenebrae.
Ben Goldscheider on horn with Tom Poster at Holy Trinity, Haddington.
Aaron Akugbo at Crichton Collegiate Church.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra principal bassoon Graeme Brown in rehearsal.
Laura Samuel, leader of BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
St Mary's, Haddington reflected in a BBC SSO French horn.
Members of the Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective at Holy Trinity, Haddington. Tom Poster on piano with Armand Djikoloum on oboe, Amy Harman on bassoon, Ben Goldscheider on horn and Mark Simpson on clarinet.
Peter Whelan conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal.
Joshua Ellicott performing with BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in Benjamin Britten's Nocturne.
Jeremy Denk in concert at Dunbar Parish Church.
Aaron Akugbo with John Kitchen at Crichton Collegiate Church.
Juliet Stevenson photographed during a concert with Tenebrae at St Mary's, Haddington.
Dunedin Consort at St Mary's, Haddington.
John Kitchen and Aaron Akugbo at Crichton Collegiate Church.
Joshua Ellicott and Peter Whelan with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
Tenebrae with conductor Nigel Short and guest Juliet Stevenson.