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In the eighteenth century many young men of the Scottish aristocracy and gentry went on the Grand Tour through France to Italy. There they met the latest great composers, among them Corelli from whom some of them also had lessons. Concerto Caledonia explores music by (and inspired by) the great Arcangelo Corelli.

‘Concerto Caledonia’s unique performance style is to deliver early music with a panache that is impeccably informed, beautifully refined, yet ignited by a cheeky and compelling charm’ The Scotsman

Aaron McGregor, Gabi Maas violins.
Lucia Capellaro cello.
David McGuinness harpsichord 

Presented by the Georgian Concert Society.

The Georgian Concert Society is committed to following government guidelines and to ensure Covid safe performances. Physical distancing will be in place and audience members are asked to wear face coverings when moving around the buildings and to respect the wish for physical distancing of others.  

Full programmes will be available online one week before the performance and running orders will be available free of charge. The first concert will be streamed via the website to allow ticket holders who are unable to attend to enjoy the concert. Should there be sufficient demand this will be repeated at other concerts.

To apply for subscriptions (a saving of £23 across all six concerts), please contact the Society directly via tickets@gcs.org.uk or 0131 447 5628.

About St Cecilia’s Hall
St Cecilia’s Hall, opened in 1763, was built by the Edinburgh Musical Society and is the oldest concert room in Scotland. Some 500 instruments from the University of Edinburgh’s Musical Instrument Collection are displayed in adjacent galleries.

Click here for further information about The Georgian Concert Society.

"Concerto Caledonia’s unique performance style is to deliver early music with a panache that is impeccably informed, beautifully refined, yet ignited by a cheeky and compelling charm" 

(The Scotsman)
 

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