Monthly Archives: October 2015

New committee

Confirmation of the new committee elected at the AGM on Tuesday, 27 October 2015. Allison Grant (cello) – chair (2015-2018) Gillian Lever (violin) – vice-chair (2013-2016) Anne Richards (percussion) – treasurer (2013-2016) Gillian Batters (clarinet) – secretary (2014-2017, 2nd term) … Continue reading

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Concert flyer

Sunday 29 November 2015 – 3:30pm – City Halls (Grand Hall), Glasgow (On-stage rehearsal from 2:00 – 3:00pm) Click here for a copy of the flyer

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Committee nominations

Update – new nominations received… Allison Grant (cello) for chair, Norman Mills (clarinet) and Ernie Spencer (cello) for committee. That almost completes the set of available places. ————- We are still looking for nominations/volunteers/suggestions for election to the new committee … Continue reading

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Future dates

Provisional rehearsal dates for 2016… Spring season: Tuesdays,  12 January (start) to 31 May (end) no rehearsal 29 March (Easter) and 3 May (BBC SSO event) Autumn season: Tuesdays,  6 September (start) to 29 November (end) subject to confirmation – … Continue reading

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AGM 2015

Notice is hereby given that the AGM of Merchant Sinfonia will be held in Studio 1 at City Halls on Tuesday 27 October 2015 at 19:00hrs (entrance via Albion Street). Click on the following links for more details… MS Notice … Continue reading

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More music!

Rehearsals are going so well that Louise has decided to add a couple of extra pieces… Peer Gynt Suite No.2, Op.55 (Grieg, Edvard): first two movements only – Ingrid’s Lament, and Arab Dance. Players should go to the Music page … Continue reading

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Still miles better!

What is the best city for classical music? (click on link) Glasgow is “one of the top seven locations on Earth to be a classical music fan” not least because… “Amateur scene: 8/10 Strong: this is one of the most … Continue reading

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