We are very happy to announce our fantastic staff for the course and the evenings.


Linda Henderson

Originally from North Berwick, near Edinburgh, Linda now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She began Country Dancing at Primary School, and she is also a former competitive Highland dancer. Linda is married, has 3 grown-up children and works in Elementary School.
Linda has taught all levels of dancing in the San Francisco Branch, and workshops in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia. Linda grew up in a musical household; her dad plays accordion and she played piano in his band. She is also an experienced ceilidh caller.





Luke Brady

Adam Brady

Adam began playing for dancing and learning to dance at 10 years old and hasn’t stopped since! Adam has played for the RSCDS Summer School, Winter School, Spring Fling and AGM as well as numerous dance events across the globe, providing music for classes and dances, as well as leading music workshops. Together with his brother Luke, Adam has also recorded multiple albums of Scottish dance music as well as recordings for the RSCDS. Adam has also served on the RSCDS Youth Services committee and was the first secretary of the RSCDS Youth Branch.

Ian Robertson

Ian was born and brought up in Buckinghamshire and comes from a family steeped in Scottish music. His great-grandmother was a fine pianist who is known to have accompanied James Scott Skinner in the late 1800s and his father led his own band for many years. Classically trained but with a lifelong passion for the fiddle, Ian is a familiar face on the Scottish dance scene. He has been a regular at the RSCDS Winter School and made a long-overdue Summer School debut in 2019. Ian has played for weekend schools and functions across the UK and Europe, as well as Canada and Australia. In 2011 he competed in the Glenfiddich Fiddle Championships at Blair Castle.
Ian is an accomplished composer and in 2014 published “The Call of Home”, his first volume of compositions for fiddle and accordion and Volume 2 is currently in preparation. His latest CD recorded with Muriel Johnstone entitled “Robertson: a musical heritage” explores the music associated with the Robertson name through the course of 250 years.