Brandenburg Concertos IV

St Mary's Parish Church, Haddington

Sun 22 Sept 7.45pm

Dunedin Consort

Duration: approx. 2 hours

Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F major

Violin Concerto Op 8 No 11 in D major

Concerto Op 8 No 10 in B flat ‘La Caccia'

Concerto Grosso Op 6 No 10 in D minor

Concerto Grosso Op 6 No 9 in F major

Violin Concerto Op 8 No 4 in F minor ‘Winter’

Oboe Concerto Op 8 No 9 in D minor

Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G major


Violin
Flute
Oboe
Trumpet


Director

Half price concession for children and students in full time education

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Credit: David Barbour

A spectacular finish to the 10th Lammermuir Festival, as the Dunedin Consort complete their Brandenburg Concerto cycle. They open with the extravagantly festive Second Concerto and end with the pure joy of the Fourth. Between these, a veritable treasure trove of Vivaldi, including ‘Winter’ from the Four Seasons, and two more of Handel’s endlessly inventive Op 6 concerti grossi.

'The Dunedin Consort, under John Butt’s historically-informed direction, gave a typically dazzling performance of Bach at his most ravishing'

The Independent

Seating Plan

See ticket prices for St. Mary’s Parish Church, Haddington below.

St. Mary’s Parish Church, Haddington

The Collegiate Church of St Mary the Virgin is one of the great ecclesiastical buildings of mediaeval Scotland, founded in 1380 and known for centuries as "The Lamp of Lothian".

It was severely damaged in the 16th Century during Henry VIII's 'Rough Wooing' of Scotland, and after the Reformation only the nave was used as a parish church, with the choir and tower remaining roofless.

It was finally restored to its former glory in the 1970s, and is Scotland's longest church as well as one of its most beautiful, with a wonderfully warm, resonant acoustic.

St. Mary’s Parish Church, Haddington

Address

St. Mary’s Parish Church, Haddington
EH41 4BZ

Getting there by bus

Several Edinburgh to Haddington routes to the Market Street bus stop. Also Perryman’s 253 service from Edinburgh Bus Station – Berwick, stopping in Haddington. All drop off in the High St, approx. 5-8 mins walk from 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 second exit to Haddington – St Mary’s is signposted from the main road. Look to the South, and you will see the old church tower in the distance.

Accessibility

Parking:

There is free on-street parking 100m from the church, on the road, and throughout the town.

Only disabled parking is allowed in the church grounds. There are 3 disabled spaces. Please email admin@lammermuirfestival.co.uk if you require one of these spaces.

Please note:
JUNE UPDATE
10 Sept at 1900 Jeremy Denk with the RSNO – maximum 3 available spaces all booked up
14 Sept at 1930 SCO – maximum 3 available spaces all booked up
18 Sept at 200 Dunedin Consort – maximum 3 available spaces all booked up

Terrain:

Tarmac and gravel

Induction Loop:
Yes

Toilets:
Good male/female provision plus adapted toilet for disabled.

Wheelchair Access:

Access is via the North Side (side) door, available 30 minutes before concert. Press bell for assistance. Level access into venue.

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