Performance Calendar


Please see below outline details for all confirmed forthcoming LMN events in the next two months. For further information about any of these events or details of future events not yet listed, please contact the relevant branch. (In line with LMN's Safeguarding Policy, we are unable to disclose venue details for any non-public event on the website.)

July 2016

27th Jul:Julia Turner, Sadie Fleming, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
27th Jul:EU4IA, Caerphilly, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
27th Jul:Bute Clarinet Quartet, Bridgend, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
27th Jul:Bute Clarinet Quartet, Bridgend, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
27th Jul:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
27th Jul:EU4IA, Caerphilly, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
28th Jul:EU4IA, Caerphilly, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
28th Jul:Bute Clarinet Quartet, Bridgend, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
28th Jul:Bute Clarinet Quartet,
Audience:General Care Home
28th Jul:EU4IA, Caerphilly, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
28th Jul:Gwenllian Llyr, Pembrokeshire, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
28th Jul:Yennega Sound, London, England (SE)
Audience:Adults with Physical Disabilities / Sensory Impairment
28th Jul:Gwenllian Llyr, Pembrokeshire, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
29th Jul:Bute Clarinet Quartet, Bridgend, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
29th Jul:Gwenllian Llyr, Merseyside, England (NW)
Audience:General Care Home
29th Jul:Randolph's Leap, Scotland
Audience:Adults with Learning Disabilities
29th Jul:Gwenllian Llyr, Pembrokeshire, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
29th Jul:Foyle – Štšura Duo, London, England (SE)
Audience:Day Centre / Club
29th Jul:Foyle – Štšura Duo, London, England (SE)
Audience:Day Centre / Club
29th Jul:Bute Clarinet Quartet, Bridgend , Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Care Home
29th Jul:Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience:Adult
29th Jul:Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience:Unassigned (Wellbeing)
29th Jul:Randolph's Leap, Scotland
Audience:Adults with Learning Disabilities
30th Jul:Meridiem Duo, England (NW)
Audience:Other (In the Community)
30th Jul:Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings, Scotland
Audience:General Public

August 2016

1st Aug:Marco Ramelli, Aberdeen, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Craigiebuckler Church, 185 Springfield Road - Postcode: AB15 8AA
Comments:
Aberdeen International Youth Festival presents'Up Close & Musical',Live Music Now Scotland's Marco Ramelli with Amanda Garcia, Fescarzaga Ogston Music Prize winner. 2pm start time. More info and tickets at www.aiyf.org
2nd Aug:Marco Ramelli, Aberdeen, Scotland
Audience:Dedicated Dementia Unit
2nd Aug:Marco Ramelli, Aberdeen, Scotland
Audience:General Care Home
2nd Aug:Marco Ramelli, Aberdeen City, Scotland
Audience:General Care Home
2nd Aug:Granny Green, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Merchant Square Glasgow, 71 Albion Street - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G1 1NY
Comments:
MERCHANT SQUARE UNESCO CITY OF MUSIC STAGE- Part of the Merchant City Festival. Granny Green 6.00-7.00pm & Barluath 7.00-8.00pm. FREE
2nd Aug:Barluath, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Merchant Square Glasgow, 71 Albion Street - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G1 1NY
Comments:
MERCHANT SQUARE UNESCO CITY OF MUSIC STAGE- Part of the Merchant City Festival.Granny Green 6.00-7.00pm & Barluath 7.00-8.00pm. FREE
3rd Aug:Marco Ramelli, Scotland
Audience:Ward
3rd Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
3rd Aug:John Nicholas, Swansea, Wales/Cymru
Audience:Ward
3rd Aug:John Nicholas, Swansea, Wales/Cymru
Audience:Ward
3rd Aug:John Nicholas, Swansea, Wales/Cymru
Audience:Ward
3rd Aug:John Nicholas, Swansea, Wales/Cymru
Audience:Ward
3rd Aug:Tomos Xerri, Beds, England (SE)
Audience:General Care Home
3rd Aug:Marco Ramelli, Aberdeen, Scotland
Audience:Sheltered housing
3rd Aug:Tomos Xerri, Bedfordshire, England (SE)
Audience:Adult
3rd Aug:Julia Turner, Sadie Fleming, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
3rd Aug:Randolph's Leap, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Merchant Square Glasgow, 71 Albion Street - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G1 1NY
Comments:
MERCHANT SQUARE UNESCO CITY OF MUSIC STAGE- Part of the Merchant City Festival. Randolph's Leap- 7-8pm . FREE
4th Aug:Tempest Flute Trio, London, England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
4th Aug:Tempest Flute Trio, London, England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
4th Aug:Hannah Lawrance (musician in residence), England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
4th Aug:Sirocco Winds, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Merchant Square Glasgow, 71 Albion Street - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G1 1NY
Comments:
MERCHANT SQUARE UNESCO CITY OF MUSIC STAGE- Part of the Merchant City Festival. Sirocco Winds 6.00-7.00pm & Marco Ramelli 7.00-8.00pm. FREE
4th Aug:Marco Ramelli, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Merchant Square Glasgow, 71 Albion Street - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G1 1NY
Comments:
MERCHANT SQUARE UNESCO CITY OF MUSIC STAGE- Part of the Merchant City Festival. Sirocco Winds 6.00-7.00pm & Marco Ramelli 7.00-8.00pm. FREE
5th Aug:Voice and Verse, Ireland
Audience:Sheltered housing
Venue:Foyleville Day Centre - City: Derry - Postcode: BT48 7LE
5th Aug:Voice and Verse, Ireland
Audience:Day Centre / Club
Venue:Foyleville Day Centre - City: Derry - Postcode: BT48 7LE
6th Aug:Tir Eolas, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Eclectic alternative folk as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
7th Aug:Tir Eolas, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Eclectic alternative folk as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
7th Aug:Katie's Allsorts Trio, Middlesex, England (SE)
Audience:General Care Home
8th Aug:Calan-ish, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Traditional folk with clog-dancing as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
9th Aug:Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Fiddle, piano and dance duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
10th Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
10th Aug:Champagne Flutes, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Contemporary flute trio as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
10th Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
11th Aug:Tomos Xerri, London, England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
11th Aug:Noé Clerc, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Solo accordion as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
12th Aug:Voice and Verse, Ireland
Audience:Day Centre / Club
Venue:Foyleville Day Centre - City: Derry - Postcode: BT48 7LE
12th Aug:Routes String Quartet, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Traditional string quartet as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
13th Aug:Atea Wind Quintet, England (SE)
Audience:SEND
13th Aug:Gwenllian Llyr, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Welsh concert harpist as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
14th Aug:Kilda, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Traditional Scottish fiddle, pipe and vocal trio as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
15th Aug:Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Vocal duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
16th Aug:Milestones Trio, North Yorkshire, England (NE)
Audience:SEND
16th Aug:Gráinne Brady and Ryan Murphy, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Irish Fiddle and uillean pipes duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
17th Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
17th Aug:Sirocco Winds, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Classical wind trio as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
17th Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
18th Aug:Acacia Flute + Harp Duo, London, England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
18th Aug:Vespertine Duo, England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
18th Aug:Aonach Mòr, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Accordion, fiddle and vocal trio as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
18th Aug:Dovetail Trio, East Yorkshire, England (NE)
Audience:Adults with Physical Disabilities / Sensory Impairment
19th Aug:Maia, North Yorkshire, England (NE)
Audience:SEND
19th Aug:Ainsley Hamill and Alistair Paterson, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Scottish song and piano duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
20th Aug:Granny Green, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Dynamic brass and accordion trio as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
21st Aug:Jennifer Port, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Solo clarsach as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
22nd Aug:Bells Up, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Brass Quintet as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
23rd Aug:Gráinne Brady and Tina Rees, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Fiddle, piano and dance duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
24th Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
24th Aug:Voice and Verse, Ireland
Audience:Day Centre / Club
Venue:Foyleville Day Centre - City: Derry - Postcode: BT48 7LE
24th Aug:Kilda, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Scottish traditional trio of fiddle, pipes and vocals as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
24th Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
25th Aug:AfroSamba, Alain Rouamba, London, England (SE)
Audience:Adults with Learning Disabilities
25th Aug:Josh Doughty - Kora, England (SE)
Audience:Public Space
25th Aug:Ryan Young and Tina Rees, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Fiddle, piano and dance duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
25th Aug:Alain Rouamba, AfroSamba, England (SE)
Audience:Day Centre / Club
25th Aug:Emily Mitchell and Geoffrey Tanti, Midlothian, Scotland
Audience:Day Centre / Club
26th Aug:Steppin Out, Lincolnshire, England (NE)
Audience:General Special School
26th Aug:Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Scottish vocal duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
27th Aug:Morag Brown & Lewis Powell-Reid, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Folk instrumental duo as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
28th Aug:Barluath, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Museum Of Scotland, Chambers Street - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Welsh concert harpist as part of #freefringemusic. Daily performances showcase the best contemporary talents from Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Wales. This year’s programme is inspired by the museum’s spectacular exhibition Celts, organised with the British Museum. 2-2.40pm FREE
29th Aug:Routes String Quartet, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
29th Aug:Routes String Quartet, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
30th Aug:Barluath, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
30th Aug:Alias Trio, North Yorkshire, England (NE)
Audience:SEND
30th Aug:Barluath, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Rural
30th Aug:Champagne Flutes, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
30th Aug:Champagne Flutes, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
31st Aug:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Kilda, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Rural
31st Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
31st Aug:Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Slide Too Far, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
31st Aug:Kilda, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
31st Aug:Slide Too Far, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
31st Aug:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Kristan Harvey and Tina Rees, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
31st Aug:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home

September 2016

1st Sep:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
1st Sep:Sirocco Winds, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
1st Sep:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
1st Sep:Granny Green, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Rural
1st Sep:Granny Green, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
1st Sep:Sirocco Winds, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
1st Sep:Granny Green, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Socio-economic areas of deprivation
1st Sep:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
1st Sep:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
1st Sep:Rua MacMillan & Suzanne Houston, West Lothian, Scotland
Audience:Early years
1st Sep:Emily Mitchell and Geoffrey Tanti, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
6.00-6.30pm FREE Scottish soprano Emily Mitchell and Maltese pianist Geoffrey Tanti perform beautiful, pictorial music from Debussy to Vaughan Williams. Their concert explores the world of impressionism through song, complementing the Inspiring Impressionism exhibition at the Gallery.
7th Sep:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
7th Sep:Bute Clarinet Quartet, Newport, Wales/Cymru
Audience:Day Centre / Club
7th Sep:Sadie Fleming, Julia Turner, GLOS, England (SW)
Audience:General Care Home
8th Sep:Jessica Leary and Chris Baxter, Scotland
Audience:Day Centre / Club
9th Sep:Slidin' About, England (NW)
Audience:General Public
12th Sep:Calum Robertson and Juliette Philogene, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Usher Hall, Lothian Road - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH1 2EA
Comments:
Edinburgh born clarinettist Calum Robertson and his duo partner, Juliette Philogene from Mauritius, include Scottish composer Jennifer Martin’s special Live Music Now Scotland commission, Bi-Cycle, as part of their morning programme. 'Meet the Artists' in the cafe bar following their performance. 11.00-11.45am, tickets from www.usherhall.co.uk
13th Sep:Dovetail Trio, England (NE)
Audience:Day Centre / Club
14th Sep:Anna Sideris and Jocelyn Freeman, Bedfordshire, England (SE)
Audience:Adults with Learning Disabilities
14th Sep:Anna Sideris and Jocelyn Freeman, Bedfordshire, England (SE)
Audience:Adults with Learning Disabilities
14th Sep:Dovetail Trio, East Yorkshire, England (NE)
Audience:Day Centre / Club
19th Sep:Granny Green, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Usher Hall, Lothian Road - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH1 2EA
Comments:
The increasingly in-demand eclectic trio of trumpet, tuba and accordion bring a mix of styles – they are unique, innovative and best described as world folk fusion. 'Meet the Artists' in the cafe bar following their performance. 11.00-11.45am, tickets from www.usherhall.co.uk
21st Sep:Triptych, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Wales/Cymru
Audience:General Public
21st Sep:The Absentees (Dan Walsh + Nic Zuppardi), Middlesex, England (SE)
Audience:General Care Home
23rd Sep:Bright Season, Lincolnshire, England (NE)
Audience:Day Centre / Club
26th Sep:Svetlina & Kristina Duo, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience:General Public
Venue:Usher Hall, Lothian Road - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH1 2EA
Comments:
Award-winning duo from Bulgaria, now both studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, present a varied programme of classical songs, opera excerpts and music from their homeland. 'Meet the Artists' in the cafe bar following their performance. 11.00-11.45am, tickets from www.usherhall.co.uk