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Coming Soon

06
Oct
Doric String Quartet   Alex Redington violin Jonathan Stone violin Hélène Clément viola John Myerscough cello   HAYDN String Quartet

23
Oct
NEW FOCUS OCTET Konrad Wiszniewski  saxophones  Euan Stevenson  piano   Andrew Robb  bass Alyn Cosker  drums The Glasgow String Quartet Nicola Wiszniewska

17
Nov
ANNA FEDOROVA  piano   PROGRAMME: BEETHOVEN  Piano Sonata in F minor, Op. 57 Appassionata SCRIABIN  Piano Sonata No. 2, in C sharp minor, Op.19 CHOPIN

08
Dec
Five top wind players

Latest Updates

GREAT NEWS!

Opera Bohemia returns to Lanark Memorial Hall on 

Saturday 19th August at 7.30

with Bizet's Pearl Fishers

Monica McGhee, Leila

Thomas Kinch, Nadir and

Douglas Nairne, Zurga.

The Opera Bohemia Ensemble and a Chamber Chorus will be conducted by Alistair Digges.

Tickets from Lanark Memorial Hall or 01555 667999

 

The Doric String Quartet will present the Opening Concert in Biggar Music’s new winter season 2017 - 2018. It will follow the Welcome Supper in the Municipal Hall for members and their guests, at 6.45 for 7.00 p.m. 

Tickets for the Buffet, including wine, are £12, and must be booked by 2nd October

Doric String Quartet - Friday 6th October 2017

New Focus Octet - Monday 23rd October 2017

Anna Fedorova, piano - Friday 17th November 2017 - please note change of date

Arctic Winds - Friday 8th December 2017

Emily Norris and Friends - Sunday 4th February 2018 at 2.30pm

Meadows Orchestra - Sunday 25th February 2018

Schubert Ensemble - Thursday 8th March 2018.

Details of repertoire to follow.

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