Lars Vogt Plays Mozart

St Mary's Parish Church, Haddington

Sun 18 Sept 7.45pm

Royal Northern Sinfonia

Duration approx. 2 hours

Dances from Galanta
Piano Concerto No 27 in B Flat K 595
3 Hungarian Dances
Symphony No 7 in A


Half price concession is for children and students in full time education


We’re delighted that the Royal Northern Sinfonia are back to close the festival with their Music Director.

Lars Vogt is of course not only a charismatic conductor but also one of the world’s leading pianists, and his performance of Mozart’s nostalgic final concerto – the last piece he played in public – will be something to savour.

Kodály’s Galanta Dances have their share of nostalgia, but plenty of springing ebullience too. And there’s no better way to round off the festival than with the gloriously triumphant finale of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony.

"Something truly special... chamber music writ large, fizzing with electricity and bouncing with energy. It made for a roof-raising end to this year's eclectic, brilliantly satisfying Lammermuir festivities." on Royal Northern Sinfonia,
Lammermuir Festival 2015

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


St Mary’s Parish Church, Haddington
EH41 4BZ

Getting there by bus

Buses passing trough Haddington
PRENTICE: 108, 109, 101, 111, 122
Please check bus timetables before booking your tickets.

Getting there by train

The nearest station is Drem.

Getting there by car

Haddington is off the A1. There are two exits off the A1 coming from the east or the west.



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

We can offer 3 spaces inside the church grounds, buy the side of the church, for blue badge holders. Please email [email protected] to book a space, subject to availability and on a first come first served basis.


Tarmac and gravel.

Induction Loop:

Good male/female provision plus adapted toilet for disabled.

Wheelchair Access:

Access is easier via the North Side (side) door, next to the blue badge parking spaces, and open 30 minutes before concert. There will be a volunteer steward in a high vis jacket who will provide assistance. There is level access into venue.

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