Scots Baroque

Scots Baroque – Sunday 18th September 2022

Scots Baroque is an innovative new early music ensemble based in Glasgow, Scotland. Taking music of baroque period as their starting point, they experiment with a fusion of techniques and genres, including improvisation, folk styles, and contemporary music written for old instruments.  

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ADlibitum

ADlibitum – Sunday 23rd April 2023

Andrea and Djordje Gajic make up the exciting violin/accordion duo ADlibitum. Both extremely proficient artists in their own solo careers, together they perform an exciting repertoire and have given concerts in Scotland, England, Serbia, and regularly at the Victoria International Arts Festival in Gozo, Malta.

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Wild men of the baroque

Wild Men of the Baroque (and beyond) – Sunday 8th October 2023

With an astonishing, larger-than-life range of virtuoso techniques and expressive colours they walk boldly through the wild side of the baroque, and as natural raconteurs, they lead the audience through the unchartered landscape of the era with fascinating insights into the music and instruments – and some spicy anecdotes about the lives of the composers.

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Mark o'Keefe

Mark O’Keefe & Sasha Savaloni – Sunday 16th January 2022

A committed Chamber musician, Sasha has worked with numerous musicians and ensembles, including collaborations with the Red Note Ensemble, trumpeter Mark O’Keeffe, guitarist Ian Watt, flautist Lee Holland and soprano Alison McNeill with whom they were the 2015-2017 recipients of the prestigious ‘Enterprise Music Scotland Residency Project Artists’.

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Maxwell Quartet

Update – Maxwell Quartet

Update 2nd November 2020 The Maxwell Quartet who were due to play for us on 7th Oct, have recorded the programme they were due to perform. The quality of their playing, and of the recording, are exemplary. In a rather bittersweet moment it reminds us of the joys of live music, and how much we […]

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Pure Brass

Pure Brass – Sunday 23rd February 2020

The award winning Pure Brass is a vibrant, young and well established brass quintet that perform regularly to critical acclaim. Formed in 2006 at the Royal Conseratoire of Scotland the group has quickly become a prominent ensemble within the Scottish chamber music scene. Pure Brass is part of the Live Music Now! Scheme and are past recipients of the June Emerson Launchpad Prize.

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Magnar Ensemble

Tha Magnard Ensemble – 14th February 2019

County Buildings, Wigtown at 7.30pm
The ensemble made their international debut at the Culture & Convention Centre Lucerne, Switzerland in January 2017. During the 2014/2015 season, the quintet simultaneously held a Chamber Music Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music, as well as the inaugural joint fellowship between the RAM Open Academy and Wigmore Hall Learning.

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