The “What’s On” listings below represent our pick of the events taking place in St Andrews and surrounding area over the coming weeks and months.
These are just a few of the wide selection of events on offer in St Andrews. For a more comprehensive list, we recommend a visit to the excellent Event St Andrews website - this is a superb, independently-compiled comprehensive list of occasions large and small, and is especially good for community and University events.
Very occasionally, event organisers have to change arrangements at the last minute – so before travelling any distance, we always recommend you contact the individual event directly to check that it is still going ahead as planned. Our Facebook and Twitter pages are another excellent way of hearing about any late changes.
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An exhibition of contemporary prints by artists from Fife Dunfermline Printmakers’ Workshop. Screenprints, monoprints, etchings and woodcuts make up this colourful and dynamic show. Artists’ cards and other gift items also for sale.
Kinburn Gallery, St Andrews Museum, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews KY16 9DP.
Saturday 20 September to Sunday 23 November – open daily 10.30am – 4pm (until 5pm during September). Admission free.
Preceded by a special preview evening on Friday 19th September – an opportunity to meet the artists and find out more about contemporary printmaking today. 6pm-8pm. Admission free.
St Andrews Voices Festival
The St Andrews Voices Festival will once again present an exciting and diverse programme of vocal and choral music in 2014.
The festival will begin on Friday 24 October with a concert by the internationally renowned young baritone Roderick Williams who will sing music by Purcell, Gurney, Britten and Schubert with pianist Iain Burnside (making a welcome return to the festival following his appearances with Susan Bickley and Ailish Tynan last year). Continuing throughout the long weekend, the programme will once again feature the intriguing mix of genres and styles for which St Andrews Voices has become renowned.
From late June 2014, Visit the St Andrews Voices website for full details including ticketing, pricing and timings of events.
St Andrews Voices Event
St Andrews Voices Event
A celebration of Brahms with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra & Chorus
Both works in this concert are influenced by a single event – the death of Brahms’ mother. Shortly after she died, Brahms took an early morning walk in the woods and was hit by a sudden ray of sunshine. This provided the stimulus for the Horn Trio, the opening theme of which is a completely satisfying and unforgettable experience that symbolises all that is romantic in music. The trio is lead by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s award-winning Principal Horn player Alec Frank-Gemmill while the German Requiem, a work of power and soul-searching beauty will be performed in its original version for piano duet with the sublime SCO Chorus conducted by Gregory Batsleer.
This event takes place in Younger Hall at 4pm | For more information on ticketing please click here
The Thursday Session
Performances from the best local talent, from 9pm every thursday night at Forgans here in St Andrews.
Enjoy great live music from a whole host of local artists.
For more information on who’s performing this week please click here.