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.)

February 2019

18th Feb: Prismatic Winds, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:Edinburgh Festival Theatre - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH8 9FT
Comments:
Join Prismatic Winds (wind quintet - Graham Dickson, Irena Klimach, Matthew Jiraldo Jansens, Donagh Marnane and Robert Newth) for a special Strictly Come Dancing performance at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre as part of our ongoing dementia friend Tea Parties. 14:00-15:30. £2 per person, carers come for free. Call 0131 529 6000 to book tickets.
19th Feb: Barbara Cole Walton and Alina Meszoly-Horvath, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Glasgow Royal Concert Hall - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G2 3NY
Comments:
Join the Barbara Cole Walton and Alina Meszoly-Horvath (soprano and piano) for a public dementia friendly performance at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. FREE. 13:30 - 15:00
19th Feb: Graham Rorie and Aidan Moodie, Stirling Council, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Macrobert Arts Centre - City: Bridge of Allen - Postcode: FK9 4LA
Comments:
Join Graham Rorie (fiddle) and Aidan Moodie (guitar) for a performance as part of the Macrobert Arts Centre regular series of releaxed performances.These are suitable for anyone who prefers a more relaxed atmosphere and are dementia friendly. Tickets £5, including a free companion ticket | To book call 01786 466 666 | 14:00-15:00
20th Feb: Graham Rorie and Aidan Moodie, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Paisley Arts Centre - City: Paisley - Postcode: PA1 1EZ
Comments:
Join Aidan Moodie and Graham Rorie (traditional Scottish voice, fiddle and guitar) for a dementia friendly performance at Paisley Arts Centre. 11:00 - 12:00
20th Feb: Aonach Mòr, Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience: General Public
21st Feb: Jacopo Lazzaretti, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Taking inspiration from the Impressionists, classical guitarist Jacopo will present a programme of works composed by those Spanish musicians (Albeniz, de Falla, Turina) who studied in France in the late 19th Century. The second part of the programme is a tribute to Scotland's art and culture and will conclude with some Scottish Airs. FREE, 18:00-18:30
28th Feb: Hannah Rarity and Luc McNally, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:Edinburgh Central Library - Postcode: EH1 1EG
Comments:
Join Hannah Rarity (voice) and Luc McNally (guitar) as they share their unique blend of Scottish, Irish, English and American songs and tunes – some old, some new. FREE, 19:00-20:00, book online at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hannah-rarity-and-luc-mcnally-in-concert-tickets-53685216929.

March 2019

6th Mar: Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience: General Public
7th Mar: Graham Rorie and Aidan Moodie, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Performing a programme of entirely Scottish material, Graham Rorie and Aidan Moodie use their contemporary approach to traditional music to draw light to two of the main exponents of 19th century Scottish music - tunes from James Scott Skinner (‘The Strathspey King’) and songs from Sir Walter Scott’s ’Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border’ - in a performance that finds its natural home amongst the Scottish art of the National Gallery. 18:00-18:30, FREE
13th Mar: MK Duo, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Paisley Arts Centre - City: Paisley - Postcode: PA1 1EZ
Comments:
Join MK Duo (classical guitar duo) for a dementia friendly concert at Paisley Arts Centre. 13:30 - 14:30
14th Mar: Barbara Cole Walton and Alina Meszoly-Horvath, Glasgow, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:East Kilbride Arts Centre - City: East Kilbride - Postcode: G74 4DU
Comments:
Join Barbara Cole Walton (sorpano) and Alina Horvath (piano) for a short recital as part of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture's Activage Festival. 14:00-15:00 | FREE but must be booked in advance | 01355 261 000 www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk
14th Mar: Barbara Cole Walton and Alina Meszoly-Horvath, Glasgow, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:East Kilbride Arts Centre - City: East Kilbride - Postcode: G74 4DU
Comments:
Join Barbara Cole Walton (sorpano) and Alina Horvath (piano) for a short recital as part of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture's Activage Festival. 14:00-15:00 | FREE but must be booked in advance | 01355 261 000 www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk
15th Mar: Sasha Savaloni, South Lanarkshire , Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Lanark Memorial Hall - City: Lanark - Postcode: ML11 7AB
Comments:
Join Sasha Savaloni (classical guitar) for a short recital as part of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture's Activage Festival. 14:00-15:00 | FREE but must be booked in advance | 01555 667 999 www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk
18th Mar: Voice and Verse, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Edinburgh Festival Theatre - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH8 9FT
Comments:
No St Patrick’s celebration would be complete without Danny Boy, performed by Voice & Verse, two young professional artists from N Ireland, who are Laura McFall, mezzo, and Kristine Donnan, piano. Other Irish favourites are Down by the Salley Gardens, in an arrangement by Britten, a set of folk songs, music by Moeran and the tale of a mischievous leprechaun.
19th Mar: The Dohnányi String Trio, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
19th Mar: Graham Rorie and Aidan Moodie, South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Hamilton Town House - City: Hamilton - Postcode: ML3 6HH
Comments:
Join Graham Rorie (fiddle)and Aidan Moodie (guitar) for a short recital as part of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture's Activage Festival. 14:00-15:00 | FREE but must be booked in advance | 01698 452 299 www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk
20th Mar: Aonach Mòr, South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Rutherglen Town Hall - City: Rutherglen - Postcode: G73 2JJ
Comments:
Join Aonach Mòr; Claire Hastings (voice & ukulele), Ron Jappy (fiddle & guitar) and Grant McFarlane (accordion); for a short recital as part of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture's Activage Festival. 14:00-15:00 | FREE but must be booked in advance | 0141 613 5700 www.sllcboxoffice.co.uk
21st Mar: Okapi Duo, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
In this concert, the Okapi Duo (Katie Kim, flute and Brian King, guitar) will perform a set of works based on three different paintings in the National Gallery: “Highland Wedding,” “Stormy Sea,” and “A View of Verona.” Featuring Scottish folk songs, Bulgarian wedding tunes, and 21st century contemporary music, this diverse program will explore music by a range of composers whose works illustrate each painting. 18:00-18:30, FREE
26th Mar: , Stirling Council, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
27th Mar: Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience: General Public

April 2019

18th Apr: The All Sorts, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Singing pop hits of the 1950s and 60s, such as Moon River and Just an Old Fashioned Girl, The All Sorts are here to immerse you in the music that was rising to fame when Eduardo Paolozzi and Andy Warhol made their big splash in the Modernist and Pop Art circles. They’ll have you humming the tunes while you enjoy the display. Just don’t hum too loudly! 18:00-18:30, FREE
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