Concert Diary February 2018

Sunday 4th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Findhorn BrassMusic for brass quintet, with works by
Pezel, Susato, Boyce, Ewald and Grainger.

Wednesday 7th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Music students from Edinburgh Napier University.

Sunday 11th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
The Choirs of Heriot Watt University
Steve King – Conductor
An African Celebration

Wednesday 14th at 7.30pm
Valentines Piano Recital by Candlelight
Daniel Grimwood – Piano
Beethoven “Moonlight” Sonata
Brahms 4 Klavierstücke Op 119
Brahms Variations on a theme of Schumann
John Field Nocturne
Fauré Nocturne No 7
Chopin Nocturne in Db
Rachmaninoff Piano Sonata No 2

“His touch was so light that he almost let the piano play itself.” The Independent
“He has all the virtuoso velocity and firepower, and then some” BBC Music Magazine
“Stimulating and revelatory in equal measure” The Telegraph.

Described by Felix Aprahamian as “the finest all-round musician I have ever known”, Grimwood is more than just a pianist. His interest in historic keyboards has lead him to perform on pianos of all ages, harpsichords, virginals and organs. As a musical polymath he has written for various publications and can occasionally be found at his desk composing or performing on the viola!

Tickets: £19-£28
Box Office: 0333 666 3366

Thursday 15th at 12:15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Grossmont High School Choir, USA
Directed by Grace Morrison.

Friday 16th at 12:15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Stefan Warzycki, concert pianist, London

Sunday 18th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Heriot Watt University Orchestra
Steve King – Conductor
Mendelssohn Reformation Symphony

Saturday 24th at 2-4pm
Cathedral Crafts
Free family arts and crafts.
All supportive donations welcome.

Sunday 25th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Glenalmond College Music Scholars
A wide-ranging repertoire of instrumental, solo vocal and choral items performed by Glenalmond College’s talented Music Scholars