Information about other music events in the Highlands
The Mahler Players is a highland based ensemble founded in 2013 by Tomas Leakey. See full details on www.mahlerplayers.co.uk., where you may also book tickets.
"After three very successful concerts in May 2014 the next set of concerts will be on 17, 18 and 19 September.On the programme will be nine songs from Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Wagner’s sumptuously beautiful Siegfried Idyll and Schoenberg’s demanding and revolutionary Five Orchestral Pieces Op.16. We will be welcoming back baritone Douglas Nairne and are joined for the first time by mezzo-soprano Laura Kelly. Musical director Tomas Leakey will conduct.
"We are glad to return to three wonderful concert venues. The awe inspiring architecture and acoustic of Dornoch Cathedral is well known across the country. Nairn Community and Arts Centre boasts a newly built concert space, including a beautiful Steinway grand piano. Strathpeffer Pavilion, a Victorian building perfect for our ensemble and with what is widely considered the finest acoustic for orchestral music in the Highlands, will be our third venue."
LUNCHTIME MUSIC: OLD HIGH CHURCH, CHURCH ST, INVERNESS
CONCERTS take place monthly on Saturday lunchtimes and your £5 donation will go towards Music Therapy at The Orchard – a residential respite care centre for children and young people affected by disabilities.
4 October - Richard Steele, Organ Recital; 8 November - Howard Duthie,Organ Recital.
29 November – Merlewood Ensemble.
Monday 15th September 2014 at 1.00pm
Caryl Hughes and Emma Abbate
Thursday 23rd October 2014 at 1.00pm
Astrid String Quartet
Thursday 18 December 2014 at 1.00pm
The REALLY BIG CHORUS
"Scratch" choral concerts arranged in London's Albert Hall, and abroad, on a regular basis. Sing in a choir of thousands! See www.trbc.co.uk for all the details.