Mozart String Quintets II

Gladsmuir Parish Church, Gladsmuir

Sat 9 Sept 11am

Duration: 2 hours approx

String Quintet No 2 in C minor K406

String Quintet No 6 in E flat major K614

String Quintet No 3 in C major K515

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Spunicunifait have performed Mozart’s string quintets in some of Europe’s most prestigious venues. As their leader Lorenza Borrani says: ‘These works are special in so many ways. Through Mozart’s imaginative genius… the six quintets inhabit six entirely different worlds, planets and dimensions.’

Seating Plan

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Gladsmuir Parish Church, Gladsmuir

Gladsmuir Parish Church is a Romanesque cruciform church dating from 1839 and designed by William Burn. A replacement was built after a fire in 1886 by John Farquarson of Haddington with later improvements made in 1929.

The older ruined church can still be seen and explored behind the new church. Gladsmuir's principal "claim to fame" relates to its role as the site of the Battle of Prestonpans in 1745.

(source: wikipedia)

Gladsmuir Parish Church, Gladsmuir


Gladsmuir Parish Church, Gladsmuir
EH33 1ED

Getting there by bus

Lothian Buses service 104 stops outside church

Getting there by train

Train station at Longniddry.

Getting there by car

Gladsmuir is 20 miles east of Edinburgh along the A1 dual carriageway. Travelling east take the exit to Macmerry. From Haddington take the A199 to Gladsmuir.



There is a free car park at the rear of the church.

We can reserve 2 parking spaces in front of the church for blue badge holders. Please email us at [email protected] to book a designated space. These are to availability and first come first served. Take care on arrival and leaving as despite this being a village, traffic tends to travels fast on this wide, straight road.


Tarmac and gravel.

Induction Loop:

1 unisex outside toilet. No disabled toilet.

Wheelchair Access:

Level access at rear of church.

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