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Two Music Arran concerts this March!

Scots Baroque: Friday 17th March at 7.30pm in Brodick Hall

Scots Baroque is an innovative new early music ensemble based in Glasgow, Scotland.


Whilst their starting point is music of baroque period, they also experiment with a fusion of techniques and genres, including improvisation, folk styles, and contemporary music written for old instruments. Individually, they perform with leading ensembles such as Dunedin Consort, Concerto Caledonia, Academy of Ancient Music, Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment, and Les Musiciens de Saint Julien.


They bring together an impressive range of experience, with programmes combining the latest research, unusual repertoire, and a flair for dramatic performance.


László Rózsa – Recorders

Aaron McGregor – Violin

Lucia Capellaro – Cello

Alex McCartney – Theorbo & Guitar


Tickets £12 in advance from Inspirations of Arran in Brodick, online (see links below) or on the door | Free to under 18s* | All concerts start at 7.30pm



Mirror Vision Ensemble: Friday 24th March at 7.30pm in Arran Community Theatre, Lamlash


MVE was founded from a desire to explore the relationship between music and text, initially through the creation of “mirror visions” — settings of the same text to music by different composers.


The group's passion for storytelling has produced thematic concerts on surprising subjects, based on scholarly research and laced with humor, leading to the revitalization of art song programming.


Featuring soprano, tenor, baritone and piano, often joined by other instrumentalists, MVE’s programs take audiences on an imaginative journey through song, showcasing both well-known and oft-neglected pieces, set to texts by poets and historical figures.


Tickets £12 in advance from Inspirations of Arran in Brodick, online (see links below) or on the door | Free to under 18s* | All concerts start at 7.30pm



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