Quatuor Mosaïques III

Aberlady Parish Church, Aberlady

Wed 20 Sept 7.45pm

Duration approx. 2 hours

String Quartet in G major K156
String Quartet in F minor Op 20 No 5
String Quintet in C major K515


Viola

Half price concession for children and students in full time education

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Credit: Lammermuir Festival

One of Mozart’s earliest string quartets, composed in Milan when he was just 16, is followed by perhaps the most emotionally intense of his mentor Haydn’s Opus 20 set. Mozart’s string quintets contain some of his most remarkable music and the marvellous C major is symphonic both in scale and the richness of its sonority and musical invention – a fitting finale to the Mosaïques’ festival residency.

'The worlds premier period-instrument quartet.'

The Independent

Seating Plan

See ticket prices for Aberlady Church, Aberlady below.

Aberlady Church, Aberlady

From the 7th century Aberlady was an important staging post for pilgrims travelling between the monasteries at Lindisfarne and Iona. A fragment of an 8th century cross (now in the National Museum of Scotland) known as the Aberlady Cross is testament to the long Christian history of the village, and a reconstruction of it is housed in the church.

Traces of a mediaeval Culdee chapel have been found on the site but the oldest part of the present parish church is the 15th-century tower. The rest was rebuilt in 1773 and recast in 1886 by William Young who added two aisles on the south that match the post-Reformation burial aisles on the north.

Stained glass is by Edward Frampton, London 1889. A marble monument is attributed to the great neo-classical sculptor Antonio Canova (1757-1822).

Aberlady Church, Aberlady

Address

Aberlady Church, Aberlady
EH32 0RB

Getting there by bus

Buses 124, X24, X5
https://eastcoastbuses.co.uk/new-routes

Getting there by train

There is no train station in Aberlady.

Getting there by car

On approaching the village from the west on the A198 the church is situated on the left hand side.  If approaching the village from the east the church is situated towards the end of the village on the right hand side.

Accessibility

Parking:

Free on-street parking in the village. Please leave time to walk.

Terrain:

Tarmac pathway inside church grounds.

Induction Loop:
Yes

Toilets:
None on site. Available at Kirk Stable Community Centre in the village.

Wheelchair Access:

Drop off available in church grounds. Tarmac path. Flat access.

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