Performance Calendar

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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.)

April 2019

29th Apr: Voice and Verse, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Scottish National Portrait Gallery - Postcode: EH2 1JD
Comments:
Inspired by the National Gallery’s exhibition of Impressionism and Post Impressionism, Voice and Verse will perform beautiful late impressionist music by Debussy and Duparc. These composers have used texts written by Paul Verlaine and Charles Baudelaire, whose work also inspired many visual artists. The performance will also pay homage to the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria's birth in May, with musical settings of her private letters, as well as music by her favourite composer, Schubert. 11:00-11:30, FREE. This performance is particularly suitable for people with dementia and their carers.

May 2019

2nd May: New Antonine Brass, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
New Antonine Brass Ensemble draw inspiration from various exhibitions in the gallery to form an exciting programme. From Renaissance paintings, Scottish 18th and 19th century paintings to the impressionist works on display, they explore music from these periods to provide a musical accompaniment to the surrounding art. 18:00-18:30, FREE
5th May: Gelos Duo, Scottish Borders, Scotland
Audience: General Public
19th May: The Dohnányi String Trio, Aberdeen City Council, Scotland
Audience: General Public
20th May: Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Edinburgh Festival Theatre - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH8 9FT
30th May: New Horizons, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Can’t decide on where your tastes lie; with Titian or Rosa; Eardley or Mackintosh? How about a fusion of Italian and Scottish musical delicacies; texts inspired by romance and heroism, nostalgia and discovery to whet the appetite. The New Horizons Duo, consisting of Mezzo-Soprano Beth Taylor and pianist Michal Gajzler are delighted to present a short, beautiful programme reflecting their love of both Scottish and Italian culture, art and history, past and present including a few beloved favourites. Music to include works by Respighi, Handel, Purcell... and Paolo Nutini! 18:00-18:30, FREE

June 2019

2nd Jun: Wilson Dunsmore Duo, Scottish Borders, Scotland
Audience: General Public
12th Jun: Voice and Verse, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Paisley Arts Centre - City: Paisley - Postcode: PA1 1EZ
Comments:
Join Voice and Verse (soprano and piano duo) for a dementia friendly perforamnce at Paisley Arts Centre. 11:00 - 12:00
27th Jun: Abigail Young and Nick Lauener, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Taking inspiration from the paintings of the Glasgow Boys and their efforts to depict various facets of Scottish rural life in a more honest fashion, violinist Abigail Young and pianist Nick Lauener will present a programme of works by composers of the era who also strove to faithfully represent the music of their countries. FREE, 6-6.30pm