Scottish Ensemble is delighted to be performing as part of the 2017 Doors Open Day Festival, a week-long programme of open buildings, walks, talks, tours, special events and children’s activities.
All Scottish Ensemble events are free but ticketed, so please book now to avoid missing out on these intimate pop-up appearances at some of Glasgow’s most intriguing buildings and spaces.
Late Night Strings at The Pipe Factory
Fri 15 September
11pm – 12 midnight (10.30pm doors)
42 Bain Street
At this after-hours pop-up event, Daniel Pioro (violin) and Andy Berridge (viola) treat you to an intriguing display of just how dynamic strings can be, set against the 18th century former clay-pipe factory.
Late Morning Strings at The Pearce Institute
Sat 16 September
11am – 12 noon (10.30am doors)
840-860 Govan Road
Daniel and Andy return for the second of Scottish Ensemble’s series of pop-up performances, this time with a family-friendly morning session of duos for violin and viola encompassing a wide range of styles and genres.
Poolside Strings at Govanhill Baths
Sun 17 September
4pm – 5pm (3.30pm doors)
99 Calder Street
Cheryl Crockett and Alison Lawrance finish the trio of events with a resonant performance at this iconic Glasgow space, playing a rich selection of music for violin and cello by composers from Bartók to Ravel.