St Andrews in the Square

St Andrews in the Square
1 St Andrews Square, Glasgow, G1 5PP
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101 Scottish Songs - The Wee Red Book

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Sat 21 Jan 2017

£14, 10% Discount for TMSA members / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

Alice Marra & The Gaels Blue Orchestra and support

Continuing to celebrate the much-mourned Michael Marra’s musical legacy, his daughter Alice – of Dundonian indie-popsters The Hazey Janes – launches her new solo collection Chain Up the Swings, comprising classics and rarities from her father’s inimitable oeuvre. Allan McGlone, who produced three of his albums, features…

Sat 4 Feb 2017

Angus Nicolson Trio with Calum Alex MacMillan

While the Angus Nicolson Trio has on occasion numbered up to 10, the core threesome of Nicolson on Highland /Border pipes and whistles, guitarist Murdo Cameron and percussionist Andrew MacPherson (who also doubles on pipes/whistles), make a magnificently mighty noise all by themselves, as heard on their new second album…

Thu 26 Jan 2017

Auld Hat New Heids

Event on sale soon. More information to follow.

Sun 29 Jan 2017

£14 / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

Celtic Guitar Journeys and support

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Wed 1 Feb 2017

£14 / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

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Gillian Frame ‘Pendulum’

After 2016’s forced postponement, Arran-born fiddler and singer Gillian Frame performs material from her captivating second solo album, Pendulum. Her richly diverse musical experience, since winning the inaugural Radio Scotland Young Musician of the Year contest in 2001, shines vibrantly through Frame’s mix of tunes and…

Fri 27 Jan 2017

£14 / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

Install 3

Music, drumming and drama, as well as a visual arts exhibition.

Tue 13 Dec

£3 / 0141 559 5902

Lewis & Leigh and Bella and the Bear

With their all-original debut album Ghost, the duo of Welshman Al Lewis and Mississippian Alva Leigh won critical raves from the Guardian to the Sun. Finding the common soul between contrasting musical heartlands, their sweetly sorrowful songs and startling harmonies are turning heads either side of the Pond.

Fri 3 Feb 2017

£14 / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

Robyn Stapleton – Songs of Robert Burns and support

Enjoy Burns Night in the enchanting company of Ayrshire singer Robyn Stapleton, 2014’s Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year, as she launches her second album, a collection of classic Burns songs. Reflecting both her creative ambition and deep home-turf affinities, Stapleton’s bold yet sensitive…

Wed 25 Jan 2017

Tom Russell and Cera Impala

Tickets available soon. More information to follow.

Fri 20 Jan 2017

£14 / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

Top Floor Taivers with Anna Lindblad Trio

Featuring members from Scotland, Ireland and England, Top Floor Taivers are the rapidly up-and-coming line-up of four RCS graduates: singer Claire Hastings (2015’s Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year), pianist Tina Jordan Rees, fiddler Gráinne Brady and Heather Downie on clarsach. Tonight sees the launch…

Sat 28 Jan 2017

Twelfth Day & friends with Wildings

The prolifically adventurous Twelfth Day, comprising Orkney’s Catriona Price and Borderer Esther Swift on vocals, fiddle and harp, have released a diverse string of recordings since forming a decade ago, from contemporary poetry settings to covers of Blondie, Twin Atlantic and Kanye West. With an eager penchant for…

Sun 22 Jan 2017

£14 / 0141 559 5902

Part of Celtic Connections.

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1. Shahid20 Jul 2013, 9:23am5 stars St Andrews in the Square Report

The Hallé Youth Choir comes fresh from the first Night of the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall in London. They were unforgettable in a performance of Vaughan Williams' Sea Symphony - glorious concert hall-filling music. The more intimate songs by Schubert and Britten will be perfect for this weekend of fine Scottish Summer evenings in appropriately atmospheric settings, Paisley Abbey, Reid Hall Edinburgh and St Andrews Glasgow. You really will be touched by the beauty of their singing. Please do see them this weekend! They are also revisiting the Proms on 25th August for Wagner's Parsifal - so they are highly in demand as some of the country finest young singers.

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