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.)

December 2018

14th Dec: Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:Scottish National Portrait Gallery - Postcode: EH2 1JD
Comments:
Join Robyn Stapleton and Claire Hastings (Scottish traditional voice and ukelele) for a festive themed session for young children and their families and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. FREE. 10:30 - 11:15
14th Dec: Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:Scottish National Portrait Gallery - Postcode: EH2 1JD
Comments:
Join Robyn Stapleton and Claire Hastings (Scottish traditional voice and ukelele) for a festive themed session for young children and their families and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. FREE. 11:45 - 12:30
14th Dec: Voice and Verse, City of Glasgow, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Glasgow Royal Concert Hall - City: Glasgow - Postcode: G2 3NY
Comments:
Join Voice and Verse (soprano and piano duo) for a dementia friendly performance in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Refreshements available. FREE
31st Dec: Aonach Mòr, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Museum of Scotland - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Join Aonach Mor (Scottish traditional voice, guitar and accordion) for a special Hogmamanay performance at the National Museum of Scotland. FREE. 14:00 - 14:45
31st Dec: Niamh MacKaveney Trio, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Museum of Scotland - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH1 1JF
Comments:
Join the Niamh MacKaveney Trio (Scottish traditional voice, fiddle and guitar) for a special Hogmanay performance at the National Museum of Scotland. FREE. 15:00 - 15:45

January 2019

21st Jan: Aonach Mòr, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Edinburgh Festival Theatre - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH8 9FT
Comments:
As Burns Day approaches, join us for a dementia-friendly tea party celebrating the traditional music and song of Scotland played by Aonach Mor, featuring BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year winner Claire Hastings on voice, Ron Jappy playing fiddle and accordionist Grant McFarlane. 14:00-15:30. £2 per person, carers come for free. Call 0131 529 6000 to book tickets.
31st Jan: Gelos Duo, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Gelos Duo (Francisco Sanchez, saxophone and Monika Palsauskaite, piano) will take you on a musical journey to Spain, the Czech Republic and Argentina, presenting music by M. de Falla, A. Piazzolla, and E. Schulhoff in a colourful programme inspired by Expressionist art. FREE. 18:00-18:30

February 2019

7th Feb: Robbie Greig & Hamish Macleod, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: General Public
Venue:National Gallery Of Scotland, The Mound - City: Edinburgh - Postcode: EH2 2EL
Comments:
Inspired by the art and ideas of contemporary Edinburgh artist Eduardo Paolozzi, guitarist Hamish and fiddler Robbie present a programme of old Scottish tunes in a contemporary style. Reels and Jigs in abundance, they will also tear at the heartstrings with a few Gaelic airs and rouse you to dance with pipe marches and polkas. FREE. 18:00-18:30
11th Feb: Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings, Edinburgh, Scotland
Audience: Public Space - Dementia Friendly
Venue:Scottish National Portrait Gallery - Postcode: EH2 1JD
Comments:
Scots singers Claire Hastings and Robyn Stapleton will be following a Valentines theme for their concert, performing well known Scottish love songs such as ‘Ae Fond Kiss’ and 'Annie Laurie’, as well as some livelier numbers. Claire will accompany the set on ukulele, and they will invite the audience to sing along with well known choruses. This performance is open to all and particularly suitable for those with dementia and their families and carers. FREE. 11:00-11:30
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.
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. 19:00-20:00