Mozart Musical Journey

Stenton Parish Church

Haydn String Quartet in D Op 20 No 4
Mozart String Quartet in E Flat K 428

Navarra String Quartet

The warm, resonant acoustic of Stenton’s
village church is a perfect setting for the
second leg of the Navarra String Quartet’s
journey, with two more marvellous pieces by
Mozart and his friend and mentor Haydn.

Running Time 1 hour approx

Note: Online ticket sales for this concert are now closed. Tickets are still be available at Hilary’s Deli in Haddington or on the door at the venue 1 hour before the performance. Please note that on the door ticket sales are cash only.

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Stenton Parish Church, Stenton

William Burn, pioneer of the Scottish Baronial style, designed many fine buildings in Scotland including St John the Evangelist in Edinburgh's Princes Street.

His splendid little church (1829), Stenton Parish Church, in the tranquil village of Stenton brings St John's to mind with its impressive square tower. Beautifully simple inside, its acoustic is ideal for chamber music.

Stenton Parish Church, Stenton

Address

Stenton Parish Church, Stenton
EH42 1TE

Getting there by bus

No direct bus service.

Getting there by train

Dunbar train station 5 miles.

Getting there by car

30 miles from Edinburgh via A1 and B6370

Accessibility

Parking:

There is free on-street car parking in the village.

We can cone off two spaces for blue badge holders outside the gate. Please email admin@lammermuirfestival.co.uk to book a space, subject to availability, first come first served.

Terrain:

Paved level path to church.

Induction Loop:
Yes

Toilets:
Single unisex toilet adapted for disabled.

Wheelchair Access:

Paved path from road to church. Level access.

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