The end of one season and prospects for the next

We finished our autumn season with a virtuoso performance on Armistice Day, which absolutely enthralled the audience. Many thanks to all those who helped to arrange the concert and make it all go smoothly on the day. Our introduction to the music of Joseph Boulnois, the French organist and composer who was killed in the last weeks of the Great War, was a particular revelation.

What's next?
We look forward to Saturday 20 January, when we will welcome the St Andrews University Madrigal Group for a pre-Burns Night evening.

The St Andrews University Madrigal Group was founded in 1946 and although it originally confined itself to singing madrigals and secular part songs, over time its repertoire has widened considerably, with a particular fondness for Scottish folksong as well as renaissance and baroque polyphony.

And on Thursday 12 April we will have the exceptional privilege of a recital by the world-famous baritone Gerald Finley, accompanied by Julius Drake.

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