In a reciprocal agreement with Music in Lanark, subscription membership of Biggar Music offers half-price entry to the MiL concerts in Lanark. This year we have agreed a similar arrangement with Music in Peebles, so plenty of opportunity to feed your cultural needs over the season. 

Being a member also gives you a voice - the right to have a say in how Biggar Music is run, the introduction of new ideas and events, the selection of artists and the range of music to be performed for our audiences. This is really important in ensuring that Biggar Music continues to reflect the musical tastes of its public.

Of course, there is nothing exclusive about Biggar Music events which are open to all, and are even free to students and accompanied children. Each concert is advertised widely and our audiences include a significant proportion of concert-goers who simply pay at the box-office - this season, a modest £13. There is usually an interval during which refreshments are available, and there is always a friendly, social atmosphere.

So come and join us - you will find it's easy and well worth while!

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Photo courtesy Justin Griffiths Williams   Magnus Johnston, violin
Marije Johnston, violin
Sascha Bota, viola
Brian O'Kane, cello

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What a joy has been the first half of the season and there is more great music to come.   There is already a lot of interest in Jess Gillam after her appearance in the Last Night of the Proms, so we look forward to needing more seats out for that concert.

Your season ticket also gives you access to concerts in Lanark and Peebles for half price - well worth the money.  A particular welcome to those who have joined for the first time, our numbers have risen well this year.

After Christmas, 17th January sees the Navarra String Quartet, Sunday afternoon, 10th February, is the saxophonist Jess Gillam, with pianist Zeynep OzsucaSarah Beth Briggs returns on 8th March with her wonderful piano mastery and we end the season on 25th March with the A4 Brass Quartet, winners of the Tunnell prize.

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Subscription income from members is vital to the welfare of the Biggar Music Club, for without it, it would be difficult to make the necessary planning decisions and contract commitments for each season which usually have to be made a whole year in advance.

At present, the membership fee of £65 provides free entry to all the concerts for the whole season, only just over £8 per concert, even less than last year. This is amazingly good value when compared to what you would have to pay to enjoy live performances by the same artists or ensembles in Edinburgh or Glasgow (or even London's Wigmore Hall) and without the cost and inconvenience of having to get there...

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