Violin & Piano at Noon

202111aug12:00 pm1:00 pmViolin & Piano at NoonLinlithgow Arts Guild

violin & piano

Event Details

Programme includes:

Poulenc Violin Sonata

Faure Violin Sonata No.1 in A major

Richard Montgomery(violin) studied at St. Mary’s Music School, Edinburgh, and, after completing his degree at the Royal Academy of Music is now studying for a Masters at the Maastrict Conservatoire .

Anna MIchels is a Scottish-Dutch pianist also studied at St. Mary’s at the same time as Richard. She graduated from the Maastricht Conservatoire and is now studying for a Masters at RCS. During her time in the Netherlands she was a prize-winner in several international competitions, both as a soloist and chamber musician. She gives lecture-recitals and has also recently joined the staff at St. Mary’s as a Keyboard Faculty Assistant.

The duo have been making music together since their time at St. Mary’s. While considering themselves international musicians their personal mission is to expand the reach of exceptional chamber music in Scotland. Engaging with audiences is central to their approach towards performance and they will introduce each piece in its historical context. While reflecting on their personal responses to the music.

Violin & Piano at Noon event is free of charge. Donations will be welcome.  Reservations are essential.

Reservations for members can be made by calling 07731 614179. Any seats remaining for general reservation will be available from WeGotTickets.

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Linlithgow Arts Guild

Linlithgow Arts Guild is a voluntary organisation. Its aim is to “Bring Excellence in the Live Arts to Linlithgow”, and since 1969 we have had the privilege of promoting many fine performances by artists, ensembles and orchestras of world renown. The vast majority of performers are professional musicians who perform internationally. The concerts are open to everyone. Our programmes are varied and we hope to attract as many people as possible to spread the substantial costs of our events. Tickets for individual concerts are on sale to the general public for all of our events. We normally have around 200 season-ticket holders who comprise the membership. Our audience numbers have averaged around 200 in recent years, with nearly 400 for major events. We have sold tickets throughout Central Scotland, and sometimes further afield..

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St Michael's Parish Church

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