Niel Gow frequently performed solo or with Donald, his brother, on cello. When occasion demanded the band would have also included perhaps one or more of his sons, together with Samson Duncan of Kinclaven on fiddle. The line-up may have been further augmented by piano, but this would have depended very much on where the band was playing.
After 18 years at the helm, Pete Clark is stepping down as musical director. He will, however, continue to be involved as honorary president and trustee of the society. Our new musical director and chair is Liam Manion, who is looking forward to diving into the role.