BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Live III with Catriona Morison & Malcolm Martineau

Holy Trinity Church, Haddington

Thu 9 Sept 1pm

Without interval

Duration: approx. 1 hour

Widmung
Der Nussbaum
Die Lotusblume
Du bist wie eine Blume
Aus den östlichen Rosen
Scheideblick
Ob ich manchmal dein gedenke
Die Schwalben
Mignon's Klage
2 songs for Alto and Viola
Dein blaues Auge
An die Nachtigall
Meine Liebe ist grün
Mädchenlied
Alte liebe
Von ewiger Liebe

Mezzo-soprano
Viola
Piano

Half-price tickets for people in full time education. Student ID will be required on admittance

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Live III with Catriona Morison & Malcolm Martineau

Credit: Andrew Low , Russell Duncan

Scottish mezzo Catriona Morison shot to fame as winner of the 2017 Cardiff Singer of the World competition.

Her programme of German lieder introduces little-known songs by Josephine Lang, whose talent was greatly admired by contemporaries such as Mendelssohn and Schumann.

She is partnered by Malcolm Martineau, one of the world’s finest accompanists.

It's a lovely voice, limpid, delicate, instinctively musical.

The Sunday Times

Holy Trinity Church, Haddington

Holy Trinity stands on the site of a Franciscan friary (the original ‘Lamp of Lothian’ before that title passed to St Mary’s Church nearby) which was built here in the 13th Century. The friary was demolished in 1572, and almost two centuries later, in 1769, work was begun on a ‘qualified’ Anglican chapel which was finally consecrated as Holy Trinity in 1815. The present chancel was added and the interior remodelled in an attractive neo-Byzantine style in 1930.

 

Holy Trinity Church, Haddington

Address

Holy Trinity Church, Haddington
EH41 3EX

Getting there by bus

Several Edinburgh to Haddington routes to the Market Street bus stop. All drop off in the High St, approx. 5 mins walk to the church.

Getting there by train

Edinburgh to North Berwick service every hour. Nearest station is Drem. Taxi info on station notice board.

Getting there by car

Haddington is 20 miles East of Edinburgh along the A1 dual carriageway. Travelling East take the first or second exit to Haddington. Venue at east end of town.

Accessibility

Parking:

Free on street car parking on road by church and around about. Drop off at the church is possible if the car driver can depart before the concert starts to avoid noise distractions, although the church garden / drive area is small and cannot accommodate too many cars.

Terrain:

Gravel path with flat access into venue

Induction Loop:
Yes

Toilets:
One toilet, not adapted.

Wheelchair Access:

Flat access via front door.

Location

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Accessibility

Parking:

Free on street car parking on road by church and around about. Drop off at the church is possible if the car driver can depart before the concert starts to avoid noise distractions, although the church garden / drive area is small and cannot accommodate too many cars.

Terrain:

Gravel path with flat access into venue

Induction Loop:
Yes

Toilets:
One toilet, not adapted.

Wheelchair Access:

Flat access via front door.