Fridays at One

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's 'Fridays at One' series features performances from International guest artists, chamber ensembles, soloists and orchestras!

Fridays at One

About Fridays at One

Fridays at One are exciting concerts from International guest artists, chamber ensembles, soloists and orchestras, performances will last around 60 minutes.

10th January: Scottish Opera Emerging Artists
Charlie Drummond Soprano
Arthur Bruce Baritone
Mark Nathan Baritone
Derek Clark Piano

17th January: Scottish Ensemble side-by-side with RCS Strings
Stravinsky Apollon Musagète
Barbara Bultmann Director

From the audition process to playing without a conductor, this intensive Scottish Ensemble residency week is designed to provide insight into all elements of life as a professional musician. We’re delighted that this year’s concert will be directed by Ensemble Resonanz’s Barbara Bultmann. Together, we’ll showcase the results of a week of intensive coaching in a side-by-side performance including Stravinsky’s Apollon Musagète.

24th January: Julia Lynch with Catriona Morison
Julia Lynch has been an asset to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for more than 30 years, beginning in 1982 after winning a scholarship to study piano at the then RSAMD and going on to win all the available prizes for piano solo, accompaniment and chamber music.

Having gained her BA and completed a year of Postgraduate study, Julia was appointed as accompanist to the vocal studies department and now holds the position of Repetiteur and Vocal Coach. Ask any Vocal Studies student at the RCS and they will tell you of the huge support they receive from Julia and how integral she is to their artistic journey.

For all of the above reasons and more, it’s time to celebrate the powerhouse that is Julia Lynch in a song series that celebrates inspiring female artists.

31st January: Moishe's Bagel
Our Associate Artists in Collaborative Performance, Moishe’s Bagel, are an ensemble of like-minded musicians with a love of klezmer, jazz and Latin music. They have performed across the UK, Ireland and the Czech Republic, including sold-out gigs at St George’s Bristol and Queen’s Hall Edinburgh.

7th February: Bones Apart Trombone Quartet - Wonder Woman
‘Wonder Women’; an eclectic programme showcasing female trailblazers in music and history. Including music by Hildegard von Bingen, Lili and Nadia Boulanger, Joni Mitchell and Nina Simone, and exploring colourful characters from Boudicca to Calamity Jane.

14th February: Julia Lynch with Kate Valentine
Julia Lynch has been an asset to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for more than 30 years, beginning in 1982 after winning a scholarship to study piano at the then RSAMD and going on to win all the available prizes for piano solo, accompaniment and chamber music.

Having gained her BA and completed a year of Postgraduate study, Julia was appointed as accompanist to the vocal studies department and now holds the position of Repetiteur and Vocal Coach. Ask any Vocal Studies student at the RCS and they will tell you of the huge support they receive from Julia and how integral she is to their artistic journey.

For all of the above reasons and more, it’s time to celebrate the powerhouse that is Julia Lynch in a song series that celebrates inspiring female artists.

21st February: RCS Voices
RCS Voices, along with Artistic Director, Timothy Dean present a concert of the music of Judith Weir.

RCS Voices is a group set up in 2014 to give performing opportunities to talented young singers, to sing both as a group of soloists and as an ensemble, to the highest standards. It is a flexible pool of talent, which can vary in size and nature according to repertoire, and is designed to explore music from all periods, from Renaissance and Baroque to Contemporary. The ensemble recently performed at the critically acclaimed Edinburgh International Festival performance of Wagner’s Götterdämmerung and recorded the music of César Franck with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

6th March: Rosin Chamber
Brodsky Quartet
RCS String students
The Purcell School
Beethoven Op.18/2, Op.135, Op.59/2

27th March: Hebrides Ensemble & RCS Voices Perform MacMillan
For this concert the Hebrides Ensemble joins forces with RCS Voices for a compelling version which builds on the initial scoring for solo voices, bringing heightened intensity to this already powerful work. MacMillan Since it Was the Day of Preparation

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