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'Wicked Wild Beast!’

- Coronach -
use recorders and wire-strung clarsach to explore
secret messages in music at the
Renaissance Court of Scotland
by Robert Carver, Guillaume de Machaut, Clemens non Papa and Loyset Compère

in Nairn Museum on Sunday 9th June 2019 3-4pm
Admission £10 in aid of Nairn Museum [Refreshments provided]
Tickets in person from the Museum or contact tel. 01667 456791 or manager@nairnmuseum.co.uk
The previous two concerts in the series have sold out -
so book now to avoid disappointment!

‘Magnificat!’

- Musick Fyne -
dir. D James Ross
with Inverness Trombones
perform music by William Mundy, William Byrd, Giovanni Gabrieli, Charles Villiers Stanford and Arvo Pärt.

on Wednesday 12th June 2019 at 8pm
in Dornoch Cathedral
and
on Friday 14th June 2019 at 8pm
in Inverness Cathedral
and
on Saturday 15th June 2019 at 8pm
in Pluscarden Abbey

Admission Programmes £10
in aid of Maggie’s and Pluscarden Abbey’s charitable work
on sale at the door from 7.30pm

**** New for 2019 ****

Sacred Music Workshops

This exciting new project, a collaboration between D James Ross and Inverness Cathedral, offers amateur musicians the opportunity to play or sing Sacred Music in a series of workshops at the Cathedral.
To receive an e-flyer with full details including how to apply,
please contact Sue Lightman at suelightman@gmail.com

The next workshop is on Saturday 22nd June 2-4pm
in Inverness Cathedral - APPLY NOW!

(Music by Josquin, Tallis, Michael Haydn and the Sanctus from the Missa Luba)
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http://highland.liftshare.com/
   
   
 
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