Hailed by Classical Music Magazine as “one of the front-runners in young chamber music groups in the UK”, the Maxwell Quartet is now fast developing a reputation as one of the leading young string quartets in the worldContinue reading
The quartet also revels in finding and championing scintillating but overlooked works. They love collaborations across the Arts and are often found presenting both string quartet and collaborative works in more unusual presentations.Continue reading
Madelyn and Maurizio offer a range of repertoire, including some of the best-loved classics for cello and piano. They are happy to include solo works for each instrument in their programmes.Continue reading
The Chamber Philharmonic Europe was founded in 2006 and, true to their name, features musicians from 18 nations across the continent. A fresh and spirited ensemble, they delight in engaging with the audience and are a joy to listen to.Continue reading
In the past season the Trio have performed the cornerstone repertoire of Brahms and Beethoven (Skye Chamber Music and Music in Lanark), lesser known works by John Ireland (Sunday at Seven, Helensburgh) and Glinka (Crail Festival) alongside 20th century pieces including Muczynski Trio and Nino Rota Trio (Bute Music Society).Continue reading
Opera Bohemia celebrates its 10th anniversary with one of the world’s best loved operettas, The Merry Widow by Franz Lehár. Set in the romantic city of Paris, various suitors squabble and fight to win the hand of the recently widowed, but very wealthy Hannah Glawari.Continue reading
Cinema, Newton Stewart – 7:30pm For centuries the recorder has had a reputation as a second-class instrument, championed by amateurs and schoolchildren. In the hands of superstar player Piers Adams, assisted by the nimble fingers of pianist Howard Beach and the vision of Dutch craftswoman Adriana Breukink – creator of the remarkable Eagle Recorder range […]Continue reading
The hallmarks of a Swing 2018 concert are great musicianship allied to an exhilarating approach to the classics of the swing jazz era, ensuring that it’s always great entertainment as well as high quality music.Continue reading
The Cinema, Newton Stewart at 3.00 pm
Phil and Claire have been working together since April 2003. Their duo was formed after Claire was overheard arguing with a tenor that baritones were far superior and Phil realised that she would make the perfect accompanist.
Cinema, Newton Stewart at 3.00pm
The family are now planning recital tours featuring all three of their children as well as solos and duets from the adults, Murray and Kathryn. Rose (15) Matthew (17) and Callum (18) present a varied recital of piano works to include Chopin Ballade no. 3, Rachmaninov-Bach Gavotte, Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues and Samuel Barber’s Piano Sonata.