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Our next Concert is on January 20th 2019 at 3pm
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The Programme for 2019
Sunday 17 February: Ines Zimmerman and Kevin Duggan
‘Teutonic Tunes’ for the Recorder and Organ: Telemann, Muffat, CPE Bach, Quanz and Kirnberger
Ines studied recorder and traverso in Berlin, Amsterdam, Bologna and Copenhagen. She established good contacts with fellow musicians during her long travels, which resulted in frequent invitations to perform throughout Europe.
Ines loves to combine music and literature in one programme – language as the food of music and vice versa. In addition to teaching, she is busy writing reviews, composing theatrical music and and interviewing colleagues for scientific journals.
Kevin Duggan – organist – choir trainer – chamber musician – composer
Born in southwest England in 1959, Kevin Duggan read music at Bath University and the Royal College of Music in London, studying organ with Dudley Holroyd, Richard Popplewell and Nicolas Kynaston and taking part in masterclasses given by Johannes Geffert and Gillian Weir. He won the RCM Clavichord Prize in 1981 and the West of England Organ Competition in 1983, also participating in international organ competitions.
Between 2004 and 2015 Kevin was Organist of St. Nicolas, Rønne, on the Danish island of Bornholm. He was the driving force behind the music festival Skt. Nicolai Musiksommer as well as a large number of other concerts. He was also a tutor for Zealand School of Church Music.
Since April 2015 Kevin has been Director of Music at Dunblane Cathedral in Scotland, and he was appointed Musical Director of The Rosenethe Singers in 2017. During the last year he has performed in Scotland, Denmark, Latvia, New York and Los Angles.
Sunday 17 March: Allander Jazz Band
Entertain us with Dixieland and Traditional Jazz
Sunday 28 April: Kentigern String Quartet
After their much-acclaimed recital two years ago, The Kentigern Quartet return to play Ravel
Sunday 19 May: David Hamilton (Organ)
‘A European Miscellany, music by Bach, Mendelssohn & Franck
Sunday June: No Concert
Sunday 21 July: Feis Fhiort
Gaelic traditional music played by today’s young musicians;
Sunday 18 August: Sax Ecosse
Karen Dufour (soprano saxophone), Michelle Melvin (alto saxophone) Gillian Skingley (tenor saxophone), Lynsey Payne (baritone saxophone) Works for the Saxophone Quartet: Bach Byrd Glazunov and McGuire
Sunday 15 September: Pure Brass
Return to play ‘Bach and Boisterous’
Sunday 20 October: Atholl Duo
Lee Holland (flute) returns with Glynn Forrest (marimba) to play Faure, and Bartok, Bach and Piazzolla
Sunday 17 November: Pistons & Pipes + Sally Carr
Soprano /Trumpet/Clarinet/Organ/Timpani: Boyce and Handel