Paisley Abbey Events

Saturday 20th October at 12:30pm – Lunchtime Organ Recital by David Hamilton of the University of Strathclyde
Tickets priced £5 available at the door.

Sunday 4th November at 7:45pm – Paisley Philharmonic Choir “Five Centuries of Music”
Proceeds from this concert are being gifted to the Abbey for the 850th celebrations.
The programme will include music by Mozart, Handel, Vivaldi, Bach, Parry and Wagner.
Tickets priced £10 available from the Abbey office and at the door.

Saturday 17th November at 12:30pm – Lunchtime Organ Recital by Edward Taylor, assistant at Carlisle Cathedral
Tickets priced £5 available at the door.

Sunday 18th November at 6:30pm – Service of Choral Evensong
The Abbey Choir will be joined by the choirs of St Giles and St Mary’s of Edinburgh.
The service will include the anthem, ‘Blest Pair of Sirens’ by Parry, which was sung at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Thursday 29th November at 7:30pm – An Evening with Alexander McCall Smith.
Tickets priced £10 (includes a glass of wine or soft drink) available from the Abbey Shop or office.

Dates for your diaries
Sunday 27th January 2013 – Come and Sing “Messiah”
Please get in touch if you would like a registration form for this event.

Sunday 3rd March 2013 – J.S. Bach’s B Minor Mass.
Paisley Abbey Choir directed by George McPhee with an orchestra of period instruments.
Emma Kirkby and Libby Crabtree (sopranos)
Stuart Patterson (tenor)
James Arthur (bass)

Published by lsowebmaster

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