Concert Diary November 2018

Sunday 4th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Organ Recital
Heinrich Walther
Liszt Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen
Brahms Choral Preludes from Op. 122:
Franck Symphonie in D minor
 
Friday 9th November at 8pm
Charity Concert
St Giles’ Cathedral Choir
Jordan English Organ
Michael Harris Master of the Music
Fauré Requiem
Tippett Spirituals
This concert is hosted by the St Giles’ Refugee Support Project, in aid of The Welcoming www.thewelcoming.org
Admission Free – Retiring Collection
 
Saturday 10th at 7.30pm
Bach – Violin Concertos by Candlelight
London Concertante
Jonathan Stone Director/Violin
Mozart Divertimento in F
Albinoni Oboe Concerto in D minor
J.S.Bach Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor
Mozart Oboe Quartet in F
J.S.Bach Violin Concerto in E major
Tickets: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/edinburgh/st-giles-cathedral/bach-violin-concertos-by-candlelight-sat-10-november-edinburgh

Sunday 11th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Edinburgh Napier Chamber Choir
Michael Harris – Director
Schütz Verleih uns Frieden
Kaminski Psalm 130
Stanford Justorum animae
Vaughan Williams Valiant for truth 
Łukaszewski Daylight declines
Moses Hogan Didn’t my Lord deliver Daniel
 
Saturday 17th at 7pm
The War to End All Wars? 
An evening for peace by Dove Tales
£10 tickets available here
An evening of music and readings on the themes of war and peace.

Sunday 18th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Cantica Alba
Michael Harris – Director
A programme featuring Herbert Howells Requiem

Monday 19th at 7pm
The Royal Norwegian Advent Concert
Schola Cantorum of Edinburgh
Eric von Ibler, conductor and solo organ with musicians from Hordaland, Norway
Music and Carols for Advent
Admission Free
 
Tuesday 20th at 7.30pm
Mouthpiece of the Gods
John Kenny, internationally acclaimed trombone soloist and the world’s only player of the great Celtic war horn, the Carnyx, presents an event part recital, part lecture, part detective story – how the carnyx was discovered, forgotten, and eventually reconstructed.
Friends of the Music of St Giles’ Cathedral event.
All welcome, admission free

Sunday 25th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six 
Paul Livingston – Viola
Anna Rastopchina – Piano
A programme including
Penderecki Cadenza for Solo Viola
Vieuxtemps Sonata for Viola & Piano in B flat Op.36

Wednesday 28th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Music students from Edinburgh Napier University.

Friday 30th at 7pm
St Andrew’s Day Lecture 
with Alastair McIntosh
A state-of-the-nation address by writer and activist Alastair McIntosh, exploring culture and identity in the 21st century
Free unticketed
Funded by BEMIS Scotland via Scotland’s Winter Festivals. This is a partnership between BEMIS Scotland and the Scottish Government to facilitate diverse, multicultural celebrations.

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