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Chamber Music Concerts in St Andrews, Fife

St Andrews Concert Series 2015-16

Thursday 11th February 2016

Edinburgh Quartet

Tristan Gurney and Gordon Bragg (violins), Fiona Winning (viola), Mark Bailey (cello)

  • Haydn Quartet op. 76 no. 2
  • Bartok Quartet no. 3
  • Grieg Quartet op. 27

 

Edinburgh Quartet

 

19:30 pm, Byre Theatre
Tickets £12 (Concessions £11 / Students £3 / Children £1)

 

Thursday 31 March 2016

Ronald Brautigam (piano)

  • Mendelssohn Fantasia in F sharp minor, "Sonate écossaise", op. 28
  • Beethoven Sonata no. 15 in D, op. 28
  • Stevenson Sonatina serenenissima and Scottish Folk Music Settings
  • Beethoven Sonata no. 21 "Waldstein"
Ronald Brautigam

 

19:30 pm, Byre Theatre
Tickets £12 (Concessions £11 / Students £3 / Children £1)

 

Thursday 7 April 2016

The Fitzwilliam String Quartet

Lucy Russell and Marcus Barcham-Stevens (violins), Alan George (viola), Heather Tuach (cello)

    New programme

  • Purcell Fantazia No.7
  • Marcus Barcham-Stevens Double on Purcell's Fantazia No.7 (2014)
  • Beethoven Quartet in F minor, Op.95
  • Shostakovich Quartet No.4, Op.83
  • Haydn Quartet in D minor, Op.77/2

 

Fitzwilliam Quartet

 

19:30 pm, Byre Theatre
Tickets £12 (Concessions £11 / Students £3 / Children £1)

 

Thursday 5 May

The Artisans

The Artisans' exciting programme offers a musical journey through mediaeval Europe - ideal as an introduction to this ancient music. From foot tapping Italian dances and enchanting French troubadour songs to uplifting Iberian choruses and English carols, this concert demonstrates the rich variety of surviving music from Medieval times.

 

The Artisans

19:30 pm, St Salvator's Chapel, South Street
Tickets £12 (Concessions £11 / Students £3 / Children £1)

 

 

Time and place

The St Andrews Concert Series, presented by the St Andrews Music Club with support from the University of St Andrews Music Centre, features seven chamber concerts by internationally renowned artists throughout the season.

Most of our concerts take place in the Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, Saint Andrews, Fife KY16 9LA. The concerts on 12th November and 5th May are in the Younger Hall and St Salvator's Chapel.

Concerts start at 7.30 pm.

How to buy tickets

Tickets and subscriptions are available from the Byre Theatre box office: tel 01334 475000 They can also be reserved in advance by sending an email request.

Ticket Prices:

The membership forms for subscribers have now been issued for 2015-16. You can download a form here.

 

St Andrews Music Club

St Andrews Music Club promotes chamber music concerts in St Andrews. Our concerts feature young artists at the outset of their careers as well as more seasoned performers with wide international experience. These concerts are open to everyone, members and non-members alike.

This is our 63rd season. Two years ago we began a very successful association with the University of St Andrews, welcoming many new faces to our concerts. We are delighted to be continuing this relationship. You can find out more about musical events at the Music Centre by clicking on the link.

We are grateful for a grant from Enterprise Music Scotland, supported by The National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

 

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We are also very grateful to the Cookie Matheson Charitable Trust for a generous donation towards the current Concert Series.

About the Music Club

The St Andrews Music Club is a charity registered in Scotland; its charity number is SC002436.

The Committee is:

  • Hugh Morris (President)
  • Paul Spicker (Vice-President)
  • Harry Hine (Treasurer)
  • Simon Kidd (Concert Manager)
  • Alison Cross (Committee Secretary),
  • Miranda Morris &
  • Michael Downes
The President's report on the 2014-15 season is available
here.

You can find out more by contacting the Committee Secretary.

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St Andrews Music Club is registered as Scottish Charity SC002436.

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