Scozzesi

Category
Municipal Hall
Date
29 September 2018 08:00 PM

Scozzesi 800

Roger Paterson, tenor

Christian Schneeberger, tenor

Jonathan Kennedy, baritone

Douglas Nairne, baritone

Edward Cohen, piano.

The gentlemen perform a mixed repertoire of solos, duets, trios and quartets from the worlds of opera, operetta, Gilbert and Sullivan, songs from the shows, and include some of our best loved traditional tunes in four part harmony. An evening to be charmed and enchanted in the company of Scotland’s latest vocal ensemble!

" ... an evening of charm and enchantment .... and also an evening of vocal dexterity and humour .... with a repertoire which warmed the hearts of the audience, captivating them with nostalgia, pathos and comedy. "

 
 

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  • 29 September 2018 08:00 PM

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The opening concert was a joy for members and visitors alike, so now's the time to plan ahead for the next one in the midst of the Festival.  Tickets can be booked through the Festival Box Office.

Your season ticket also gives you access to concerts in Lanark and Peebles for half price - well worth the money.  If you have not yet renewed membership, there is still good value in joining for seven concerts at the price of five and comes with a complimentary ticket so you can bring a friend.   A particular welcome to those who have joined for the first time.

Next concert is Moishe's Bagel on 24th October, in the Biggar Little Festival, with a mix of Klezmer, jazz and Latin music, then the Pomegranate Piano Trio on 14th November and Maxwell String Quartet with Anna Hashimoto making up the clarinet quintet on 7th December.

After Christmas, 17th January sees the Navarra String Quartet, Sunday afternoon, 10th February, is the BBC Young Musician winner, 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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