Following the popular and successful outdoor concert at Castle Fraser in July, Inverurie Music is delighted to announce the launch of its 2021-22 concert season with a recital by the flute / piano ensemble Maharaj Degavino Duo in church St Andrew, Inverurie on Saturday October. 23.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for a program start at 8 p.m. which includes works by JS Bach, Franck, Florence Price and a new commission from Grace-Evangeline Mason.
Despite delays throughout the lockdown, this multiple award-winning flute / piano duo, which received a Tunnell Trust Award in 2019, are finally able to perform in Inverurie on a Scottish tour.
As part of a permanent search for inclusion, the charitable association Inverurie Music offers free tickets and subscriptions to young people under 25 and in full-time schooling; and those who receive disability or low income benefits.
For full details on tickets and annual subscriptions, and to view the full 2021 Inverurie Music Season, visit the website at www.inveruriemusic.org.
The educational work undertaken at Inverurie Music comprises two parts, the first being a series of workshops and masterclasses.
The program, hosted by both international artists presenting the recitals and local professional musicians, is aimed at amateur and semi-professional musicians wishing to enhance and enrich their playing experience.
The other dimension is the Inverurie Music Award which is currently open to applications from students of the four Don-side academies (Alford, Inverurie, Kemnay and Meldrum).
Students can apply for financial aid to purchase sheet music, lessons, instruments, exam fees, etc.
For more details, see the Inverurie Music website.
The AGM of Inverurie Music will take place on Saturday from 6:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. October 23 at St Andrew’s Church, Inverurie before the opening concert. The talented and dedicated group of directors of Inverurie Music are always ready to welcome new board members and assistants from IM to contribute to the diverse work of this charity.
Do not hesitate to come.