Future Concerts at St Marys’

You can  reserve a place by email at  concerts0310@yahoo.co.uk

 

or by using the form on this website at http://stmarychurchaberfoyle.org.uk/?page_id=124

Concerts and events will normally start at 3pm and we we will have a cup of tea ready for you after the concert.  We ask for donations in lieu of a ticket or entry price, so that your donation may (if you wish) qualify for Gift Aid


The Programme for 2018

 

Sunday 16 July, 3.00 p.m.: Feis Fhoirt:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Young traditional ceilidh musicians playing fiddles, clarsach, guitar, and mandolin, with some beautiful Gaelic singing.

 

The Fèis Fhoirt Ceilidh Trail is back on the road!

The Cèilidh Trail is a platform for visitors to Scotland to experience traditional Scottish music in a wide variety of settings. Running over the peak July/August tourist season, the musicians entertain in a range of venues including Folk Clubs, festivals, village halls and tourist attractions throughout central Scotland.

The group comprises of 5 incredible young musicians and offers them the opportunity to receive expert tuition, gain experience of touring and enhance their performance skills. The 2018 Ceilidh Trail musicians are:

Hazel Imrie, Thornhill – Fiddle

James Kirkpatrick, Glasgow – Guitar and Vocals

Eilidh MacIntyre, Falkirk- Whistle and Voice

Eoghan McManus, Glasgow – Fiddle

Laureline Morgan-Davies, Alloa – Clarsach

 

Sunday 19 August, 3.00 p.m.: Organ Recital, Details to follow

 

Sunday 16 September, 3.00 p.m.: Alastair Savage and Friends.

We are priviledged that, once again, these musicians of the highest calibre are visiting St. Mary’s to perform their choice of ancient and newly written pieces in the Scottish fiddle tradtion.

 

Sunday 21October, 3.00 p.m.: Monzani Trio (flute, violin, cello);

Lee Holland, Flute • Rachel Spencer, Violin • Feargus Egan, Cello. The Monzani Trio is an exciting new partnership between three good friends, all successful performers in their own right, who have a passion for chamber music and an interest in exploring the diverse repertoire for flute, violin and cello.

 

Sunday 18 November, 3.00 p.m.: St. Petersburg Resurrection Choir

Following their acclaimed visit three years ago, it will be a pleasure to welcome back this Russian choir, with their varied repertoire of classical and traditional folk singing.


St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Main Street, Aberfoyle, FK8 3UJ – Scottish Charity Number SC02326