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Dear friends,

As we reach the half way mark in the 2011 Lammermuir Festival, we would like to thank you our audience for making the concerts the success they have been so far.

Festival highlights have included the opening concert by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Philip Glass’s 1000 Airplanes on the Roof in the Concorde Hangar and Stile Antico in St Mary’s. You can see what the press have said on the press page of our website, including 4-star reviews from both The Guardian and The Herald as well as comments from the Huffington Post!

There are still four more days of exciting concerts to come:

·    The BBCSSO performs tonight in glorious St Mary’s, Haddington at 8.00pm with tickets from £10.

·    Alison Balsom joins the Scottish Ensemble in Inveresk tomorrow.

·    On Saturday 24 the Navarra Quartet undertake a musical journey of three concerts beginning at Dirleton Kirk at 12.00 noon and ending in North Berwick that evening at 7.30pm.

·     Winton House on Sunday offers a unique opportunity to visit this splendid stately home, see its fine works of art by Canaletto and Van Dyck, enjoy music by harpist Emily Hoile and soprano Robyn Allegra Parton and consume a splendid afternoon tea!

·     The Dunedin Consort close Lammermuir 2011 at St Mary’s on Sunday with Bach and Handel.

We hope to see you in the coming days and hope you enjoy some more beautiful music in beautiful places.

Keep an eye on our website, Facebook and Twitter for exciting tickets offers for the Musical Journeys.

Best wishes,

The Lammermuir Team


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