Lunchtime Concerts Evening Concerts Sunday 2 May 8pm St Salvator’s Chapel, North Street Chamber music in an informal setting (CC) Thursday 15 April 7.30pm St Salvator’s Chapel Choir (CC) 1.15 – 1.50pm, all in the Younger Hall. Admission £2, Music Centre Scholarship Holders (CC) Tom Wilkinson, director Music Centre members free. Snack lunches available. Outstanding University musicians Naomi Court Rusalka Quartet (cello), Henrietta Hammonds (recorder), Douglas Music by Purcell and Beethoven. £10/£8/£4 Wed 14 April Sheena Wellington (singer) Holligan (piano), Sophie Vroegop (violin) and Jessica Traditional Scots songs Wyatt (viola) perform works by Bach, Beethoven, Wednesday 5 May 5pm Followed by workshop Brahms, Bruch, Handel and Shostakovich. £7/£6/£5 Youth Choir and Children’s Horn Ensembles Gillian Craig and Margaret Douglass, conductors Mon 19 April Ricky Walla (violin) and Wednesday 21 April 10.15pm Admission free, retiring collection Ulrike Mattanovich (harp) The Byre Theatre Saint-Saëns: Fantasia for violin Thursday 6 May 7.30pm The Minister Mussoc Windband and Chorus (CC) and harp A short chamber opera by Roger Scruton. Performed by soloists from St Andrews Opera and the RSAMD Friday 7 May 8pm Tue 20 April Simon Chadwick (Medieval with Ensemble 2021 conducted by Michael Downes. St Salvator’s Chapel, North Street harp) Preceded by an introductory talk from the composer. Baroque Orchestra (CC) £5 Claire Garabedian, director. £5/£4/£3 Wed 21 April Gillian Craig (clarinet) and Audrey Innes (piano) Thursday 22 April 7.30pm Thursday 10 June 8pm Weber: Grand Duo Concertant Scottish Chamber Orchestra St Salvator’s Chapel, North Street Robin Ticciati, conductor, Tom Poster, piano David Herman: Organ Recital Thu 22 April Ensemble 2021 Dvorák: Legends (selection), Ligeti: Piano Concerto, Directed by Richard Ingham Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 ‘Pastoral’ Thu 17, Fri 18 and Sat 19 June 7.30pm Works by Stravinsky, Arvo Pärt, Pre-concert talk, 6.30pm, with Michael Downes St Andrews Opera Tom David Wilson and Charlotte £19 - £5 present a co-production with the Byre Theatre of Harding The Rape of Lucretia by Benjamin Britten. The Saturday 24 April 7.30pm production, at the Byre Theatre, will feature Fri 23 April Jacob Keet (violin) and friends St Andrews Chorus (CC) outstanding singers from the University and the (presented by Mussoc) Michael Downes, conductor RSAMD, conducted by Michael Downes and directed Mozart: C minor Mass, Ave verum corpus, Kyrie in D by Scottish Opera’s Kally Lloyd-Jones. Wed 28 April Music Centre scholarship minor, Venite populi. £9/£7/£3 See also Opera Study Day overleaf. holders Tickets available now from the Byre Theatre (01334 Tuesday 27 April 7.30pm 475000) priced £14/£12/£9 Wed 5 May Music Centre scholarship University of St Andrews Symphony Orchestra holders (CC) Wednesday 23 June 6pm Works by Vasks, Grieg and Nielsen, conducted by St Salvator’s Chapel, North Street Wed 12 May David Mowle (piano) Thomas Butler. £7/£4/£3 Graduation Recital Reizenstein: Legend & Beethoven: Featuring performances by some of this year’s most ‘Waldstein’ Sonata Friday 30 April 8pm talented graduands. £3 St Andrews Chamber Orchestra (CC) Every Friday lunchtime during semesters, Mussoc Michael Downes, conductor Lunchtime Organ Recitals presents free concerts by students at 1.15pm. Noé Kains, piano Wednesdays 14 July - 4 August 1.15pm Events marked with an asterisk are part of On the Fauré: Masques et Bergamasques St Salvator’s Chapel, North Street. £3 Rocks, the action-packed student arts festival which Mozart: Symphony no. 29 runs from Sunday 18 to Sunday 25 April. Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte Summer Concert Series www.ontherocksfestival.com Ravel: Piano Concerto in G Thursdays 15 July - 5 August 8pm £7/£6/£5 St Salvator’s Chapel, North Street. £6/£5 Workshops, masterclasses, All concerts are in the Younger Hall unless otherwise stated. discussions Join us! Find out more about Music Centre & All events are free. membership and join online at www.st-andrews.ac.uk/music/membership Wednesday 14 April 2-4pm Rehearsal Room tuition choirs orchestras and groups Concerto Competition courses practice rooms technology studio Observers welcome. instruments to borrow concerts Wednesday 28 April 7.30-10pm *NEW* Concert Card: For just £35, full-time EVENTS Conference Room University of St Andrews students can get free Choral conducting workshop admission to over 50 concerts presented by the Music With Jill Craig and Tom Wilkinson Centre, Mussoc, St Andrews Chorus and the St Application forms available from the office. Andrews Music Club. Concerts marked (CC) are included in the Concert Card. Wednesday 28 April 2.15-4pm Stewart Room For further information about all aspects of music Music Research Group within the Younger Hall and the University of St Dr Emma Sutton (School of English) presents a talk Andrews please contact: entitled “Shell shock and hysterical fugue; or why Mrs Dalloway likes Bach”, followed by discussion. Music Centre All welcome. University of St Andrews Younger Hall April - August Saturday 12 June 10.30am-5pm Conference Room North Street 2010 St Andrews Opera Study Day KY16 9AJ Benjamin Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia Including papers from Prof. Karla Pollman (School of T: 01334 462226 F: 01334 462228 Classics), Prof Gill Plain and Dr Emma Sutton E: email@example.com (School of English), Prof Tim Barringer (Art History www.st-andrews.ac.uk/music Dept, Yale University), and a practical session led by Michael Downes with cast members of the We also have a mailing list for publicity and concert forthcoming production at the Byre Theatre (see details. Please let us know if you would like to be overleaf) included on this. Music in the University Chapels during University semesters The ground floor of the Younger Hall, including the main auditorium, is fully St Salvator’s Chapel accessible. There are disabled toilet Sundays, 11am: University Service facilities. Wednesdays, 5.30pm: Choral Evensong The auditorium is fitted with an audio St Leonard’s Chapel induction loop. To use this, hearing aids Thursdays, 10pm: Compline should be switched to the 'T' position.