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? To bring the joy and inspiration of live music to people in our communities who have limited access and
? To support the professional development of outstanding young musicians at the outset of their careers

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Dec
12
Wed
RCS: Peter Pan @ New Athenaeum Theatre, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm

Adapted by Stuart Paterson

Hugh Hodgart Director
Robin Peoples?Set and Costume Design

Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn?t Grow Up, has thrilled, delighted and intrigued
audiences for more than a hundred years. Full of fun and adventure, like all the greatest
stories for children, JM Barrie?s classic tale provides a rich and satisfying feast for all.
Bring the whole family. From wee ones to auld yins, there is something in it for everyone:
Nana the Dog, Peter, Wendy and Michael, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, an underground
den, a lagoon full of mermaids, pirates and a giant crocodile ? It?s an Awfully Big Adventure!

Our performance on Thursday 13th December at 12.30pm will be a Relaxed performance, and the 7pm performance on the Thursday 13th will be an audio described performance. The Friday 14th December performance at 7pm will be BSL interpreted, please get in touch on 0141 332 5057 or at boxoffice@rcs.ac.uk if you have any questions about these shows.

Please also note for Under 16s and school/ children?s group bookings ? ?7.50, plus one free additional ticket for every 10 tickets booked. Please contact box office on 0141 332 5057 for booking.

Dec
13
Thu
RCS: Peter Pan @ New Athenaeum Theatre, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Dec 13 @ 12:30 pm

Adapted by Stuart Paterson

Hugh Hodgart Director
Robin Peoples?Set and Costume Design

Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn?t Grow Up, has thrilled, delighted and intrigued
audiences for more than a hundred years. Full of fun and adventure, like all the greatest
stories for children, JM Barrie?s classic tale provides a rich and satisfying feast for all.
Bring the whole family. From wee ones to auld yins, there is something in it for everyone:
Nana the Dog, Peter, Wendy and Michael, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, an underground
den, a lagoon full of mermaids, pirates and a giant crocodile ? It?s an Awfully Big Adventure!

Our performance on Thursday 13th December at 12.30pm will be a Relaxed performance, and the 7pm performance on the Thursday 13th will be an audio described performance. The Friday 14th December performance at 7pm will be BSL interpreted, please get in touch on 0141 332 5057 or at boxoffice@rcs.ac.uk if you have any questions about these shows.

Please also note for Under 16s and school/ children?s group bookings ? ?7.50, plus one free additional ticket for every 10 tickets booked. Please contact box office on 0141 332 5057 for booking.

RCS: Peter Pan [Audio Described] @ New Athenaeum Theatre, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm

Adapted by Stuart Paterson

Hugh Hodgart Director
Robin Peoples?Set and Costume Design

Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn?t Grow Up, has thrilled, delighted and intrigued
audiences for more than a hundred years. Full of fun and adventure, like all the greatest
stories for children, JM Barrie?s classic tale provides a rich and satisfying feast for all.
Bring the whole family. From wee ones to auld yins, there is something in it for everyone:
Nana the Dog, Peter, Wendy and Michael, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, an underground
den, a lagoon full of mermaids, pirates and a giant crocodile ? It?s an Awfully Big Adventure!

Our performance on Thursday 13th December at 12.30pm will be a Relaxed performance, and the 7pm performance on the Thursday 13th will be an audio described performance. The Friday 14th December performance at 7pm will be BSL interpreted, please get in touch on 0141 332 5057 or at boxoffice@rcs.ac.uk if you have any questions about these shows.

Please also note for Under 16s and school/ children?s group bookings ? ?7.50, plus one free additional ticket for every 10 tickets booked. Please contact box office on 0141 332 5057 for booking.

Sally Beamish: Piano Concerto no.3 ‘City Stanzas’| Swedish Radio Orchestra/Biss/Wellber @ Berwaldhallen
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

It was Jonathan Biss himself who commissioned Sally Beamish to write City Stanzas, in which she extracts stanzas from Beethoven?s first piano concerto and places them in a new context: the chaotic and transient urban environment. Beethoven?s Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Majorresides in the borderland between classicist and romantic genius; there are strains of Haydn as well as of Eroica. That Richard Strauss saw himself as a genius, or at least a hero, is evident from his majestic Ein Heldenleben.

Programme:

Beamish: Piano Concerto no. 3 ‘City Stanza’
Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 1
Strauss: Ein Heldenleben

Dec
14
Fri
RCS: Peter Pan @ New Athenaeum Theatre, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Dec 14 @ 12:30 pm

Adapted by Stuart Paterson

Hugh Hodgart Director
Robin Peoples?Set and Costume Design

Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn?t Grow Up, has thrilled, delighted and intrigued
audiences for more than a hundred years. Full of fun and adventure, like all the greatest
stories for children, JM Barrie?s classic tale provides a rich and satisfying feast for all.
Bring the whole family. From wee ones to auld yins, there is something in it for everyone:
Nana the Dog, Peter, Wendy and Michael, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, an underground
den, a lagoon full of mermaids, pirates and a giant crocodile ? It?s an Awfully Big Adventure!

Our performance on Thursday 13th December at 12.30pm will be a Relaxed performance, and the 7pm performance on the Thursday 13th will be an audio described performance. The Friday 14th December performance at 7pm will be BSL interpreted, please get in touch on 0141 332 5057 or at boxoffice@rcs.ac.uk if you have any questions about these shows.

Please also note for Under 16s and school/ children?s group bookings ? ?7.50, plus one free additional ticket for every 10 tickets booked. Please contact box office on 0141 332 5057 for booking.

Andrew Cruickshank: 204 Space Odyssey @ Hub Cafe Space, Gartnavel Royal Hospital
Dec 14 @ 6:30 pm

204 Space Odyssey-Dec14

204 Space Odyssey is a new music work for voices, wind, strings, percussion, double bass and guitars, created by Gartnavel Royal Hospital Composer-in-Residence Andrew Cruickshank, in collaboration with the hospital community, Common Wheel and Art in the Gart.

Dec
15
Sat
Sally Beamish: Piano Concerto no.3 ‘City Stanzas’| Swedish Radio Orchestra/Biss/Wellber @ Berwaldhallen
Dec 15 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

It was Jonathan Biss himself who commissioned Sally Beamish to write ‘City Stanzas’, in which she extracts stanzas from Beethoven?s third piano concerto and places them in a new context: the chaotic and transient urban environment. Beethoven?s Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major resides in the borderland between classicist and romantic genius; there are strains of Haydn as well as of Eroica. That Richard Strauss saw himself as a genius, or at least a hero, is evident from his majestic ‘Ein Heldenleben’.

Programme:

Beamish: Piano Concerto no. 3 ‘City Stanza’
Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 1
Strauss: Ein Heldenleben

Dec
16
Sun
John Gourlay: The Tale of the Red Etin @ Old Kirk, Kirkcaldy
Dec 16 @ 2:00 pm
Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society – Fact and Fiction 2: Winter
conducted by Graeme Wilson
John Gourlay: The Tale of the Red Etin @ Old Kirk, Kirkcaldy
Dec 16 @ 4:00 pm
Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society – Fact and Fiction 2: Winter
conducted by Graeme Wilson
Jan
19
Sat
Alastair Savage Trio with Guests @ Paisley Abbey, Paisley
Jan 19 @ 12:30 pm

A special New Years Celebration Concert with the Alastair Savage Trio (Alastair Savage, Euan Drysdale and Iain Crawford) with Eddie McGuire (flute), Robert Wallace (pipes) and Ewan Robertson (flute/whistle/piccolo).

The concert will feature pieces from Alastair Savage’s new album ‘When Barley Reaches Shore’.