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Recital for Wrigglers

Classical concerts for kids with Louise Bevan and Clea Friend.

Cramond Kirk, Edinburgh

Fri 6 Mar

£5 adult with child; £2.50 each additional child / 0131 336 2036

Queensferry Parish Church, South Queensferry

Wed 4 Mar

£5 adult with child; £2.50 each additional child / 0131 331 1100

Coffee Concerts

Wake up on a Sunday morning to the aroma of the masterpieces of chamber music repertoire and the gold blend of principal musicians from Scotland’s national orchestras. In this introductory series, each concert will have a flavour of Brahms accompanied by a companion composer and will feature a world class soloists…

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow

Sun 8 Mar

Stevenson Hall

£11 (£8.50) / 0141 332 5057

Sun 15 Mar

Stevenson Hall

£11 (£8.50) / 0141 332 5057

Bach To Baby

Baby-friendly concerts for you and your little one to enjoy together. Children are allowed to listen to music the way they want, while you can enjoy performances by top-class musicians.

Bromley United Reformed Church

Tue 24 Mar

£10 (Children free)

Programme: Small Islands Featuring: Miaomiao Yu, piano

The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs that give delight. Let acclaimed pianist Miaomiao Yu transport you to islands near and far, taking in Beethoven's thrilling Tempest sonata and Debussy's dream of a joyous isle along the way.

  • 10:30 – 11:30 Bach To Baby Bromley United Reformed Church

Burgh House, London NW3

Wed 4 Mar

£10 (Children free) / 020 7431 0144

Programme: Song and Dance Featuring: Emmanuella Reiter, viola and Dominic John, piano

Without a song or dance what are we? asked Abba. No need to answer that this month, as we bring you a programme of famous dance music and songs from all over Europe.  Hear Schubert’s bubbling song about the trout, dance with Schumann’s fairies and meet Mimi, Puccini’s most famous heroine. To cap it all, we’ll take flight with the bumblebee!

Christ Church, London SE10

Fri 27 Mar

£10 (Children free) / 020 8853 5950

Programme: Small Islands Featuring: Miaomiao Yu, piano

The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs that give delight. Let acclaimed pianist Miaomiao Yu transport you to islands near and far, taking in Beethoven's thrilling Tempest sonata and Debussy's dream of a joyous isle along the way.

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SCO Explore: Mozart Requiem

A chance to explore in depth Mozart's mighty, unfinished Requiem.

Glasgow University Concert Hall

Sat 7 Mar

£25 / 0141 330 4092

Musical Instruments And Material Culture Conference

An interdisciplinary conference examining the links between organology and anthropology.

Horniman Museum And Gardens, London SE23

Thu 26 Mar

Gardens Pavilion

£5 adv booking required / 020 8699 1872

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Kelemen Quartet

The quartet perform as part of their prize for winning the Paolo Borciani Quartet Competition.

Wigmore Hall, London W1U

Sun 8 Mar

£13 (£11) / 020 7935 2141

The Alauda Quartet

The up-and-coming string ensemble, which was awarded a Junior Fellowship In Chamber Music from the Royal Academy Of Music in 2013, performs works including Haydn op 74 no 1.

Lauderdale House, London N6

Sun 29 Mar

£7 (£5; Children £1) / 020 8348 8716

Andrew Forbes

Organ recital by the new Director of Music for Glasgow Cathedral.

St John's Kirk, Perth

Sat 23 May

£10 / 01738 633192

Bach Cantatas: JS Bach

  • Directed by: Iain Ledingham
  • Written by: JS Bach

Du Friedefurst, Herr Jesu Christ, Fantasia and Fugue in C minor and Lass, Furstin, Lass Noch Einen Strahl, performed on historical instruments.

Royal Academy Of Music, London NW1

Sun 22 Mar

Duke’s Hall

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

JS Bach's music is performed on period instruments, with Iain Ledingham directing and Jemima Stephenson on organ. The programme includes BWV 25, There Is No Soundness In My Flesh, BWV 153, Behold, Dear God, How My Enemies, BWV 686, Out Of The Depths I Cry To Thee and BWV 38.

Duke’s Hall

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

Performance using period instruments of music by JS Bach with director Iain Ledingham, leader Margaret Faultless and organist Jemima Stephenson.

Sun 19 Apr

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

A performance using period instruments, lead by Rachel Podger and directed by Iain Ledingham.

Sun 17 May

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

A performance using modern instruments, lead by Margaret Faultless and directed by Iain Ledingham.

…and 4 more dates until 29 Nov

The Bach Choir: St Matthew Passion (In English)

The Bach Choir first performed Johann Sebastian Bach's epic Passion in English in 1930. Yearly packed-out audiences continue to appreciate the relevance and immediacy of the performances.

Southbank Centre, London SE1

Sun 29 Mar

£10–£40 / 0844 875 0073

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Bach in the Subway

The RCS is teaming up with Strathclyde Partnership for Transport to bring you Bach in the Subway 2015. In celebration of Johann Sebastian Bach’s 330th birthday, our students will be performing Bach on Glasgow’s subway throughout the day. Look out for an announcement on the RCS website nearer the time and try to spot them…

Various venues: Glasgow

Sat 21 Mar

Glasgow Subway SPT Network

Free

Bach To Baby Family Concert

'Winter Warmer!': Liszt thinks of the nightingale, Debussy muses on the moon, and Samuel Rousseau can't shake the thought of Christmas. As the days grow colder, join us and let Fontane Liang's enchanting playing warm the cockles of your heart.

Holy Trinity Church, London SW19

Wed 18 Mar

£10

"Song and Dance": Let's make a song and dance about the viola, the inner voice of the string family. Hear Schubert's bubbling song about the trout, dance with Schumann's fairies and meet Mimi, Puccini's most famous heroine.

Bach to Baby Family Concert

Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers.

St Andrew's Parish Church, Farnham

Wed 18 Mar

£10 / 01252 715412

Heavenly Harp: harpist Sally Pryce will transport you and your little ones from the calm of Salzedo's Chanson de Nuit, Debussy's Claire de Lune, Faure's Impromptu to the tumultuous heights of the Fire Dance by Watkins and the Sundance.

Bach To Baby Family Concert

"Song and Dance": Let's make a song and dance about the viola, the inner voice of the string family. Hear Schubert's bubbling song about the trout, dance with Schumann's fairies and meet Mimi, Puccini's most famous heroine.

St John's Church, London W11

Tue 17 Mar

£10 / 020 7727 4262

Bach To Baby Family Concert

"The Inner Voice": Lower than the violin, higher than the cello, the wonderful viola makes a sound that's sweet and mellow. Discover the heart of the string family in music from across the centuries.

St Paul's Church, London WC2E

Sat 14 Mar

£10 / 020 7836 5221

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Bach To Baby Family Concert

"Song and Dance": Let's make a song and dance about the viola, the inner voice of the string family. Hear Schubert's bubbling song about the trout, dance with Schumann's fairies and meet Mimi, Puccini's most famous heroine.

St John's Greenhill, Harrow

Mon 16 Mar

£10 / 020 8863 3690

St Luke's Church, London SW12

Fri 13 Mar

£10

"The Inner Voice": Lower than the violin, higher than the cello, the wonderful viola makes a sound that's sweet and mellow. Discover the heart of the string family in music from across the centuries.

Bach to Baby Family Concert in Dulwich Village

Small Islands: The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs that give delight. Let us transport you to islands near and far, taking in Beethoven's thrilling Tempest sonata and Debussy's dream of a joyous isle along the way.

St Barnabas Church, London SE21

Mon 9 Mar

£10

Bach To Baby Family Concert In Farnham

Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers.

St Andrew's Parish Church, Farnham

Wed 29 Apr

£10 / 01252 715412

Wed 27 May

£10 / 01252 715412

Wed 17 Jun

£10 / 01252 715412

Bach To Baby Family Concert In Highgate

"Song and Dance": Let's make a song and dance about the viola, the inner voice of the string family. Hear Schubert's bubbling song about the trout, dance with Schumann's fairies and meet Mimi, Puccini's most famous heroine.

Lauderdale House, London N6

Mon 30 Mar

£10 / 020 8348 8716

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Bach To Baby Family Concert In Islington Highbury

Small Islands: The isle is full of noises, sounds and sweet airs that give delight. Let us transport you to islands near and far, taking in Beethoven's thrilling Tempest sonata and Debussy's dream of a joyous isle along the way.

Christ Church, London N5

Tue 10 Mar

£10 / 0207 354 0741

Bach To Baby Family Concert In Pimlico

"The Inner Voice": Lower than the violin, higher than the cello, the wonderful viola makes a sound that's sweet and mellow. Discover the heart of the string family in music from across the centuries.

St Gabriels Church, London SW1V

Thu 12 Mar

£10

Bach To Baby Family Concert in St. John's Wood

"Song and Dance": Let's make a song and dance about the viola, the inner voice of the string family. Hear Schubert's bubbling song about the trout, dance with Schumann's fairies and meet Mimi, Puccini's most famous heroine.

St Mark's Church, London NW8

Fri 6 Mar

£10

Bach To Baby Family Concert In Victoria Park

"The Inner Voice": Lower than the violin, higher than the cello, the wonderful viola makes a sound that's sweet and mellow. Discover the heart of the string family in music from across the centuries.

St John of Jerusalem Primary School, London E9

Wed 11 Mar

£10

Bangor Music Festival 2015

A celebration of new contemporary music with electro-acoustic, jazz, rock and experimental performances from various acts.

Bangor University

Wed 4 Mar

£5–£15 / 01248 382009

Thu 5 Mar

£5–£15 / 01248 382009

Fri 6 Mar

£5–£15 / 01248 382009

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