This popular annual concert is back, and is guaranteed to brighten up a cold, dark January evening!
On Friday 14th January 2022 there will be a concert at St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, George Street, Edinburgh at 6pm, given by young musicians from St Mary's Music School.
The Rush Hour Chamber Concert was an annual event, which we have been unable to stage for the past 2 years due to Covid restrictions. We are thrilled that once again our talented young musicians are able to play for you.
Dr Kenneth Taylor, Headteacher at St Mary’s Music School, said:
“We extend a warm welcome to everyone who would like to come and hear pupils from St Mary’s Music School perform a varied programme of chamber music, set to include works by Dvorak, Weber and Smetana.
This concert provides another performance opportunity, and your support for our talented young musicians is much appreciated.”
Tickets are free, however we do ask you to book a seat, due to current restrictions.
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