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Our lunchtime concert series returns August 4th, here is details of the fantastic autumn programme:

This Thursday, April 21st, Greyfriars at 12 Concert series returns.

This Lent join our Ecumenical collaborative Lent Study Course which, this year, will be focusing on the theme of Secularisation!

This is a 4 week course which will give you a chance to think about the challenges to religion from society, politics and modernity, what can be done and also different ways of understanding the issues at stake.

To book a slot on the course please email Liam Fraser: liam.jerrold.fraser@gmail.com

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Don't forget the fundraising event at the Grassmarket happening tomorrow. Tickets are £10 if buy them in advance or £15 on the door. It should be a fabulous evening of music and food!

This is going to be a fantastic night in wonderful award winning venue for an important cause. All bands are playing for free so 100% of your revelry and ticket will go to the charity....

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The programme for the next Hebrides Ensemble concert entilted Impressions of the Sea  which is on Tuesday 8th March at 6:30pm has now been uploaded to our website and tickets are available from the Queen's hall now!

It looks to be a fascinating programme linked together by the swirling textures and evocative melodies of impressionism. Something quite different for a Tuesday...

If this final, rather blustery week of January has become all too much for you then do come along to this Thursday's attempt to banish all that away. We will be joined by Christian Schneeberger (tenor) and Jennifer Redmond (piano) for a entrancing programme of Italian and English song. This will include works by Brahms, Monteverdi, Handel and Gurney to mention but a few!

If this final, rather blustery week of January has become all too much for you then do come along to this Thursday's attempt to banish all that away. We will be joined by Christian Schneeberger (tenor) and Jennifer Redmond (piano) for a entrancing programme of Italian and English song. This will include works by Brahms, Monteverdi, Handel and Gurney to mention but a few!

This January things we won't be having the post christmas calm for too long as our Lunchtime Concerts will be back in full swing from the 21st when we will be hosting Padruig Morrison and his accordian. This will be a programme of classical music for according by the young virtuoso who studied at St Mary's Music School and is now a music student at the Reid School of Music, University of Edinburgh.  

As always the concerts are free admission but donations are welcome!

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