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About Pollok House Arts Society
Pollok House Arts Society holds six or seven chamber music concerts each year in the Library of Pollok House. We invite the very best chamber musicians.
Pollok House Arts Society was founded in 1959 by Sir John Maxwell Macdonald. His vision was to provide chamber music and a convivial supper for a group of music lovers in the elegant and intimate space of Pollok House.
The programmes presented include a wide variety of the very best chamber musicians: soloists and ensembles, singers and instrumentalists. PHAS has been host to John Ogdon, Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Beaux Arts Trio, Alfred Brendel, Teresa Berganza, Amati String Quartet, Pascal Rogé, Margaret Price, Chilingirian String Quartet, Cécile Ousset, Lucia Popp, Medici Quartet, Stephen Hough, Benjamin Luxon, Natalie Clein, Steven Osborne, Christopher Maltman, Danish Ensemble, Jane Irwin, the Fejes Quartet and many more...
Now in its 54th season, it continues to present supremely talented and accomplished musicians in the most wonderful setting and atmosphere.