Don’t miss out!
It’s sure to be another sell-out performance!
Secure your tickets now for this year’s spectacular celebration of music.
Join us as we contribute to a reflection on the lives of the fallen of WW1 and those touched by the war effort. The varied programme blends music and words relevant to the local Cameronian Regiment. Schools, theatre groups, choirs and ensembles will join to make the evening a memorable occasion for all, supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Dates: 26th & 27th March
Venue: Rutherglen Town Hall
At: 7.30 pm
In this season of Lent, reflect through the beauty of music
The Bothwell Philharmonic Choir and St Aloysius’ College Choirs jointly present
An Evening of Sacred Music
in Bothwell Parish Church
on Sunday March 22nd 2015
available from choir members and on the door
A special audience is available at our Christmas Concert 2014, with our guest, X-Factor star Nicholas McDonald.
SORRY – THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
if any tickets are returned, news will be posted on this page -please check later
NO ADMITTANCE TO THE BUILDING WILL BE PERMITTED WITHOUT A VALID CONCERT TICKET, GOLDEN TICKET, OR PERFORMER’S TICKET.
This opportunity to meet and greet Nicholas will be held between 6 and 7 pm before the Christmas Concert itself. It is a ticket only event. A limited number of tickets are being sold. Tickets at £10 each, can be requested by using the online form below, before end Friday 19th December, subject to availability. Each ticket holder will have a few minutes with Nicholas and the opportunity to take a photograph if they wish. Tickets are divided into two time periods: 6.00-6.30 and 6.30 -7.00, with admission possible between 6.00-6.20 and 6.30-6.50 respectively. Ticket holders holding 6.00-6.30 tickets must leave by 6.30. The event will close promptly at 7.00 and only those attendees already holding concert tickets can remain in the building. Please note that the choir ticket manager will contact you on receipt of your form submission. Tickets will be emailed. Payment for tickets (£10 each) in cash will be taken on the door. Admission without both a ticket valid for the admission time and payment will be refused. Children under 16 must be supervised by an accompanying adult. Only the ticket holder (and where necessary a single accompanying adult) will be admitted. Please download and read the terms and conditions of sale and use of tickets ahead of submitting the form below.
The sense that ‘Christmas has now really started‘ happens for many of our audience, when they attend our annual Christmas Concert.
This year’s concert is sure to be a truly wonderful experience.
Our spectacular line-up of guests includes:
- X-Factor star Nicholas McDonald
- Rising star, Suzanne Murphy (soprano)
- Grace Notes Vocal Ensemble
- Gorgie Salvation Army Band
with renowned accompanists:
- John Pitcathley (organ)
- Geoffrey Tanti (piano)
Don’t miss out -tickets are selling fast!. Do act now so you can be part of The Wonder of Christmas on
- Tuesday 23rd December 2014 at 7.30 pm
- in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew St, Glasgow G2 3DB
Tickets available online from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Box Office.
Please also see our separate news about the opportunity to meet and greet our guest Nicholas McDonald before the concert.
in aid of
Pancreatic Cancer Scotland
Aileen Marley – Soprano
Suzanne Murphy – Soprano
Mark Donnelly – Baritone
Geoffrey Tanti – Pianist
with the Bothwell Philharmonic Choir
30th October, 7.30 pm
Bothwell Parish Church, Main Street Bothwell
Tickets £7, available from members and on the door
We are delighted to be contributing to this annual feast of musical treats.
The Bothwell Scarecrow Festival Gala Concert is to be hosted by our own Mark Donnelly and will feature solo performances from young musicians who are already acknowledged as rising stars in their field.
Don’t miss out on the wonderfully uplifting celebration of community that this concert provides. Tickets are selling fast!
Sunday 14th September
Bothwell Parish Church 7.30 pm
Tickets £12 available from Bothwell Post Office
Make sure you mark Friday 30th May 2014 in your diary now!
What promises to be another spectacular Spring Concert will be held in St Brides Church, Fallside Road, Bothwell G71 8BA
As we are approaching the anniversary of World War 1, the concert will celebrate the world we are free to live in and will include some music from that time.
In addition we are looking forward to starring performances from:
- Luke Scott, baritone, who is his final Scottish performance before leaving to take up his place at The Royal Northern Conservatoire of Music where he will study for an Masters in Opera and performance.
- Alice Guse, a National MOD Gold Medalist on the Clarsach and pupil at Craigholme School in Glasgow.
Doors will open at 7 pm and the concert will commence at 7.30 pm. (We respectfully request that only performers should enter the Church before 7 pm). There will be a short interval during the concert. Tickets will be available at the door.