Future Concerts at St Marys’

You can reserve a place by email at musicstmary@btinternet.com

Concerts are an hour long starting at 3pm and we we will have a cup of tea ready for you after the concert.  We ask for donations to help pay for the performers and support the upkeep of the church building. Your donation may, if you wish, qualify for Gift Aid (envelopes available).

Our next Concert is on 21 July  2019 at 3pm

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The Programme for 2019

Sunday 21 July: Feis Fhiort

Gaelic traditional music played by today’s young musicians;

The Feis now come to St Mary’s every year.  The very talented young musicians are on tour to give them experience of perfoming in public.  They are very worthy of support.  Please do come and hear them if you can.

Fèis Fhoirt Ceilidh Trail 2019
The Féis Fhoirt Céilidh Trail is an annual project that allows young musicians to tour the Stirling, Falkirk and Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park area throughout the summer.
The 2019 Ceilidh Trail already have a wealth of experience, with past and present members from The Gordon Duncan Experience, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, University of the Highlands and Islands and have individually toured across the UK and Europe.
Nadia French, Evie Waddell, Robbie Subke, Megan Leishman, Gregor Rodger and Mairi Docherty come together for a one off tour showcasing their talents across Clarsach, Fiddle, Scots and Gaelic Song, Accordion and Guitar.

Feis group 2019

Sunday 18 August:  Sax Ecosse

Karen Dufour (soprano saxophone), Michelle Melvin (alto saxophone) Gillian Skingley (tenor saxophone), Jay Capperauld (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