With a heavy heart, we announce that due to the current worldwide outbreak of Covid-19, we have taken the decision to postpone the Bridge Festival to ensure the safety of our artists and audiences. Full details can be found here www.bridgestrings.eu where you can sign up for email updates. We’ll update this event as soon as we have more information.
PLMF Music Trust presents:
//fresh from the Baltic region//
//daytime musical diversion//
//music for small spaces: up close and intimate//
Chamber music: music for close inspection, and cosy quarters; for witnessing epic teamwork, and for discovering the joy of the finer details.
Performing works from across the spectrum of their country’s ever-rich, ever-fascinating musical output, some of Estonia’s finest soloists — Mari Poll (violin), Andres Kaljuste (viola), Andeas Lend (cello) and Regina Udod (double bass) — join with a fleet of young talent from across the country to offer an afternoon slice of escape across Baltic vistas. Surprising, intriguing, powerful, bold: come and experience a musical snapshot of Estonia.
Concession Band 1 £6 for disability allowance, under 30s, and for guest passes
Concession Band 2 £5 for jobseekers, those with a G40 post code and under 16s
Free tickets to carers
Early bird discount 10% off when booked before 12 March
Ticket bundle deal applies
10% off when buying tickets for 3 shows
20% off when buying tickets for 4 shows
25% off when buying tickets for 5 shows
Over the phone at 0141 332 5057
Or in person at RCS, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3DB
On sale now
Train: Queen Street
This event is fully accessible. If you have any questions about accessibility, please contact the Scottish Ensemble office at 0141 332 4747 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.