£15.00

Sunday 9 January 2022 | 2:30 pm

Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre, Peebles

The Patron’s Concerts have been highlights of recent seasons, introducing our audience to some outstandingly talented young musicians, hand-picked for us by Gina McCormack. Appearances at these concerts have already led to follow-up engagements with Music in Peebles, including the Kowalski-Reyes Duo in our January 2021 recorded concert.

We are delighted that Gina will present another Young Musicians Showcase this season, for which she will again hand-pick some of the finest young musicians from Scotland’s excellent national conservatoire.

Gina McCormack is one of the UK’s leading violinists, having held First Violin position with the renowned Sorrel, Maggini and Brodsky string quartets. She is also a highly respected teacher, including seven years at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and currently at the Royal Northern College of Music.

With Gina will be her regular duo partner, Nigel Clayton who, in addition to his career as soloist, accompanist and chamber musician, is Professor of Piano at the Royal College of Music and Visiting Professor at the North East of Scotland Music School.

About Gina McCormack and Nigel Clayton

“…an excellent violinist, fluent, suave in tone, and technically at ease.”  (The Scotsman)

“…the players created a lovely ambience of serenity, Nigel Clayton’s piano notes falling away to silence.”  (The Scotsman)

To find out more about Gina McCormack and Nigel Clayton, please visit www.ginaviolin.com and www.nigelclayton.com (both open in new tabs).

TICKETS

Season Tickets

  • All 10 concerts for £100

Single Tickets

  • Adult full price £15
  • Adult discounted * £7
  • Under 25s FREE

* available to members of Biggar Music or Moffat Music Socity and to adults accompanying a child under 12

Buy Tickets

Tickets may be purchased from: Box Office, Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre, Eastgate, Peebles, EH45 8AD (Telephone 01721 725777), or online using the button above.

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This concert is subsidised by Chamber Music Scotland
through funding provided by Creative Scotland.