Music at Winton House

Richard Strauss Brentano Lieder
Gian Carlo Menotti Canti della Lontananza
with music for solo harp by JS Bach, Scarlatti, Faure, Glinka and Grandjany

Robyn Allegra Parton soprano
Sam Hutchings piano
Emily Hoile harp

(please note change of artist)

Wonderful music in one of Scotland’s finest houses with paintings by Van Dyck and Canaletto. Robyn Allegra Parton is one of the UK’s most exciting young sopranos. She and Emily Hoile share this concert, performing in two of Winton’s exceptionally beautiful rooms.

A choice menu that features two passionate song cycles and some tasty sweetmeats for harp, with a delicious afternoon tea as well.  An unbeatable way to spend our final afternoon!

Running Time 2 hours approx

Price £30
(Price includes a full afternoon tea at Winton House)

Winton House, Pencaitland

Built by the Setons following King David I's grant of land to Phillip de Sayton in 1150, Winton is one of Scotland's most beautiful and richly historic houses. During the Setons' long tenure, kings were entertained here and craftsmen from Edinburgh Castle came to embellish the house with glorious flamboyance in the Scottish Renaissance style.  The estate's next owners, the Hamilton Nisbets, linked it to one of the greatest inheritances of the 18th and 19th Centuries, furnishing it from all over Europe and the Turkish Empire. Winton is now the family home of Sir Francis and Lady Ogilvy.


Winton House, Pencaitland

Getting there by bus

Getting there by train

Getting there by car


Visit East Lothian

Visit East Lothian

Visit Scotland East Lothian