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Free audio stream live from Edinburgh’s Greyfriars Kirk

We’re very pleased to let you know that we’re going to be live streaming the audio of tonight’s Edinburgh performance of Concerts by Candlelight: Music for Warmth and Restoration via YouTube so you can enjoy it at home wherever you are.

The stream will be available live at 7.30pm this evening and then for 30 days afterwards. This is completely free, but if you would like to make a donation towards our work in return then of course we would hugely appreciate that. You can do so here.

You can download a programme for the concert here, to enjoy alongside your listening, and you can access the stream on this link.

We hope you’ll enjoy the performance, thanks for joining us either in person or online!

Concerts by Candlelight: Music for Warmth and Restoration
Tuesday 7 December, 7.30pm
Live from Greyfriar’s Kirk, Edinburgh

Henry Purcell In Nomine in 7 parts, Dorian
Julia Wolfe Four Marys for string orchestra
Heinrich Biber Balletti Lamentabili a 4
Johannes Brahms Adagio from String Quintet No.2 in G major
Franz Schubert Der Leiermann (The Hurdy-Gurdy Man) from Winterreise (arranged for string orchestra by Dobrinka Tabakova)
Henry Purcell Symphony and Here the deities from Welcome to all the pleasures Fantasy on One Note
Ludwig van Beethoven Molto Adagio (Holy song of thanksgiving) from String Quartet No.15 (arranged for string orchestra by Iain Farrington)
Anon In Nomine in 6 parts

Director/Violin Matthew Truscott
Violins Liza Johnson, Lena Zeliszewska, Tristan Gurney, Laura Ghiro, Alastair Savage, Rachel Culpan (Scottish Ensemble Young Artist)
Violas Andrew Berridge, Carol Ella, Gordon Cervoni ( Scottish Ensemble Young Artist)
Cello Alison Lawrance, Naomi Pavri
Double Bass Diane Clark
Theorbo Kristiina Watt