Pollok House Arts Society proudly presents their 2019/20 season of concerts, experience classical music in the intimate surroundings of 18th century Pollok House!
These chamber music concerts are held in the beautiful Georgian manor and there is an optional post-concert supper provided downstairs in the Old Kitchen Restaurant. Chamber music concerts as they were intended!
There is also the option to join us for a post-concert supper with advance booking. Please see the PHAS website for details as to how to book.
Sunday 13th October: Mezzo soprano Beth Taylor sings her favourite songs
Mezzo soprano Beth Taylor presents a programme of favourite songs, accompanied by Michal Gajzler, in the beautiful setting of the Music Room at House for an Art Lover.
Sunday 3rd November: AdLibitum (Andrea and Djordge Gajic) violin/classical accordion duo
For the second concert in our sixtieth anniversary season, virtuosic violinist Andrea Gajic is joined by her husband Djordje on classical accordion. Together they present a thrilling programme of music which will appeal to all.
Sunday 9th February: Moishe's Bagel live!
The third of our Pollok House Arts Society Sunday chamber music concerts in our 2019/20 season will feature the marvellous Moishe's Bagel. This five-piece klezmer band "emphatically puts the 'class' in 'unclassifiable'" (The Scotsman). Be prepared for a thrilling programme of music which will appeal to all.
Sunday 1st March: Brodsky Quartet in House for an Art Lover
The fourth of our 2019/20 season of Pollok House Arts Society Sunday chamber music concerts will feature the internationally-renowned Brodsky Quartet. The members of the string quartet “gave unstintingly of their passion and energies, playing with a spirit so transformational you felt they were actually improving the world.” Their programme includes Wolf's Italian Serenade, Puccini's Crisantemi, Shostakovich's String Quartet No 4 and Beethoven's String Quartet Op 1315.
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