Falkirk Trinity Church

Falkirk Trinity Church
Manse Place, Falkirk, FK1 1JN
  • Telephone 01324 611017
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  • Website www.falkirktrinity.org.uk
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Events at this venue

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The Battle of Falkirk 1298 Event

A commemoration of the Battle of Falkirk 1298.

Sat 23 Jul

Times to be confirmed / Free / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Chamber Philharmonic Europe – Chamber Orchestra

The Chamber Philharmonic Europe was founded in Cologne in 2006 and engages talented young musicians from 18 European nations. The Orchestra promotes the interests of the younger generation and has a creative work atmosphere to encourage this. The soloists are Cyrill Gussaroff (trumpet) and Michael Kibardin (violin…

Fri 10 Mar 2023

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Colleen Nicoll and Andrew Johnston – mezzo-soprano and piano

Fairytales - A magical Journey Through song Join Soprano Colleen Nicoll and Pianist Andrew Johnston for a fairytale inspired program including works by Handel, Humperdink, Britten, Ronald Stevenson and Many more. Soprano Colleen Nicoll recently completed a Masters in Vocal Performance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of…

Fri 13 Jan 2023

£8 (£5–£8) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! David Mowle – Piano

A 45-minute recital followed by our AGM. This event is free. David Mowle is a retired consultant neurosurgeon. He has continued to perform solo, chamber and concerto works throughout his medical career. He recently enjoyed a chamber music collaboration with Matthias Feile and Maya Iwabuchi. Programme: - Domenico Scarlatti…

Fri 19 Aug

01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Eine kleine Nachtmusik

concert and talk with Bruce Fox-Lefriche and The Resol String Quartet with Manuel D’Amico (Double Bass) and Daniel Silcock (Piano) Eine kleine Nachtmusik is hugely popular, but why did Mozart write it? Why the name, which simply means a small nocturne? How was it meant to be played, what Tempo did Mozart have in mind?

Fri 7 Oct

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! George Todica – piano

Romanian Pianist George Todica studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Royal College of Music in London. He had his Wigmore Hall debut in 2018 and has won various international prizes including the Moray Piano Competition in Scotland, the Norah Sande award in England and the Stefano Marizza piano prize in…

Fri 31 Mar 2023

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Iyad Sughayer – Piano

Jordanian-Palestinian pianist Iyad Sughayer was born in Amman. He completed his International Artist Diploma at the Royal Northern College of Music in 2019 and is an Associate of the RNCM. He is also an inaugural YCAT Concordia Artist. He has given recitals in the Wigmore Hall, the Bridgewater Hall & Stoller Hall in…

Fri 2 Dec

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Mary Reid – Harp

Scottish Harpist Mary Reid studied at the Royal Academy of Music; her career takes her round the UK performing solo and chamber music as well as freelance work for the major UK orchestras. Her programme will be: - Prelude in C by Sergei Prokofiev, Sposalizio from 'Deuxième Année de Pèlerinage by Franz Liszt, Asturias by…

Fri 4 Nov

£8 (£5–£8) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Quatuor Agate – String Quartet

All four members of the Agate quartet are from the South of France and met while they were studying in Paris. They all studied at the Hochschule für Musik Berlin and at that time they founded the Corsiclassic Music Festival in Corsica They are Adrien Jurkovic – violin, Thomas Descamps – violin, Raphaël Pagnon – viola…

Fri 28 Oct

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! Tabea Debus – recorder and Alon Sariel – lute and mandolin

Tabea Debus was born in Würzburg in Germany and studied at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts and the Royal Academy of Music in London. She was a prize-winner at the Young Classical Artists Trust International Auditions (London) in 2018. She recently returned to perform at the Wigmore hall. She has…

Fri 27 Jan 2023

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! The Brassketeers – Brass Trio

For our first full-length daytime concert of the season, we are pleased to welcome the Brassketeers, a Brass ensemble with Jason Lewis (Trumpet), Lauren Reeve-Rawlings (French Horn) and Cillian Ó Ceallacháin (Trombone). The three first met in the Orchestra of Scottish Opera. Their programme, provisionally, is:…

Fri 16 Sep

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017

Classic Music Live! The John Burgess Classical Jazz Quintet plays Fats Waller

John Burgess - Saxophones Campbell Normand - Piano Ross Milligan - Banjo and Guitar Roy Percy - String Bass Tom Bancroft - Drums and Washboard The John Burgess Classic Jazz Quintet was formed by five very serious and respected jazz musicians from Scotland who decided something had to be done about the lack of high-quality…

Fri 17 Feb 2023

£18 (£5–£17) / 01324 611017