The Academy of Sacred Music – Mary Through the Ages

The Academy of Sacred Music – Mary Through the Ages

The Academy of Sacred Music - Mary Through the Ages

Friday, June 14, 2019, 7:30 PM

St Columbkille’s Church

Entry by donation…

For further information:
Call: 07377 121 891


Mure Memorial Church, Garrowhill, Baillieston

ORGANIST VACANCY: Mure Memorial Church, Maxwell Drive, Garrowhill.

We are seeking a replacement for our organist who is leaving at the end of May. For information please contact Mrs Moira Scott : tel 0141 771 7928 and mobile 07752 030 332 email:

Alternative contact: Mr Alistair Borthwick 0141 588 0265
The organ is a fine Allen and there is also an excellent grand piano.

Armistice Day Concert

World Première
A Soldier’s Requiem
Julian Hodgson

 The Choir of The Academy of Sacred Music
will be performing the world première of a new work,
A Soldier’s Requiem, by Julian Hodgson,
written for the centenary of The First World War.


The performance will be conducted by the Composer and will feature
a selection of other works which capture the horror, bravery, sacrifice
and sympathy inspired by The Great War amongst some of our
most celebrated poets and composers, including:
They are at rest (Elgar);
Funeral Ikos (Tavener);
Lead Kindly Light (Goodall);
The Road Not Taken (Thompson);
Songs of Farewell (Parry);
& pieces by Hodgson, Daley, Harris, Jenkins and Nardone.

Bothwell Parish Church
11th November 2018

Tickets: £7.00
(on the door)
Tel: 07377 121 891

Recitals St Aloysius Church by David Hamilton

David Hamilton one of the LSO members is doing the complete organ works of Franck on Wednesdays 17, 24 & 31 October at 7pm in St Aloysius Church, Glasgow.


Details are below on each link.


‘This special series of three organ recitals will see renowned musician David Hamilton perform the complete organ works of César Franck, performed on an instrument built in the style of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, the great 19th-century French organ builder. These recitals are supported by Alliance Française de Glasgow.’


Looks an exciting and interesting series


Please do go along if you can.