Posts for June, 2024

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  1. 18th June 2024

Ian Bailey-Scudamore invites you to an informal drop-in featuring music and sumptuous videocam in aid of local good causes. Let your senses be soothed and invigorated as Ian improvises in classical and modern guitar style. Afterwards you are encouraged to leave a contribution in aid of Grantown Grammar School, Grantown Primary School and Grantown Health Centre Medical Equipment Fund.

Ian Bailey-Scudamore invites you to an informal drop-in featuring music and sumptuous videocam in aid of local good causes. Let your senses be soothed and invigorated as Ian improvises in classical and modern guitar style. Afterwards, you are encouraged to leave a contribution in aid of Grantown Grammar School, Grantown Primary School and Grantown Health Centre Medical Equipment Fund.

Come along for an evening of delightful food and vocal and instrumental jazz. Led by Neil Birse, ACMS pupils will take you on an exquisite musical journey featuring jazz standards, jazz/pop fusion, and improvisation.

Tickets: £15 (includes food)

An enormous treat for fans of the cello, Rebecca Gilliver, principal cello of the London Symphony Orchestra, Philip Higham, international soloist and James Halsey will indulge their love of chamber playing and take the audience on a memorable journey for the evening. Characterised by rich cello sounds and fine ensemble, the trio will present an eclectic mix of music and will be augmented when Joshua Lynch joins to make a cello quartet, performing works by Klengel and Arvo Pärt.

Entertaining and friendly introductions complement the wonderful music-making and this special concert is guaranteed to leave the audience with smiles on their faces!

Doors open 7pm

Starts 7:30pm

Finishes (approx.) 9:30pm

St Margaret’s Braemar is bringing the internationally-renowned band Capercaillie to Deeside for a truly one-of-a-kind concert. Taking place on eve of the world-famous Braemar Gathering, the date forms part of a special run of events as part of the band’s 40th anniversary.

Capercaillie have been credited with being the major force in bring Celtic music to the world stage, and their unique fusion of Gaelic culture and contemporary sound has always stretched boundaries in their quest to keep the music evolving. There have been many milestones for a band who have sold over a million albums world-wide. These include three silver and one gold album in the UK, the first Gaelic Top 40 single, writing the music for, and appearing in the Hollywood movie ‘Rob Roy’, and performing in over thirty countries.

Paul Mealor brings his Caritas Choir back to St Margaret’s for this popular, annual concert.

Named after Mealor’s composition, ‘Ubi caritas’ written for the Wedding of Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, ‘Caritas’ means ‘love’ and the choir, made up of singers associated with Mealor over many years, presents a concert of popular and new choral classics.

Paul Mealor’s ‘Coronation Kyrie’ was sung by bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel and the Choir of Westminster Abbey during the Coronation service on Saturday, May 6. Mr Mealor has described it as “cry from the deep soul of the hills and valleys of Wales for hope, peace, love and friendship”.

Live Entertainment in the Lounge Bar with Chris Grant Guitarist Singer

Live Entertainment in the Lounge Bar with Scott Ramsay Singer Guitarist

Live Entertainment in the Lounge Bar with Anne & Calum Singers Guitarist Duo

Live Entertainment in the Lounge Bar with Fraser Gallacher guitarist singer


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