Organ recital at St Mary’s SEC Hamilton

ORGAN RECITAL ON MONDAY 19th AUGUST 2019 AT 6.00pm

On Monday 19th August we are hosting a 45 minute organ recital by Shrewsbury Abbey organist Nigel Pursey.  This is one of a series of recitals he is playing during his End2End Cycling and Organ Playing challenge, cycling the 990 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats with recitals at four stage end points.  This challenge is to raise funds for the Shrewsbury Abbey Organ Appeal  –  the Abbey’s fine 1911 Hill organ needs restoring and completing and money has still to be raised fully to fund the work.  Entry is free but there will be a retiring collection.

Auchingramont Road,
Hamilton. ML3 6JT

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Cinema Organ concert

Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life is pleased to host Richard Hills on Thursday 8 August 2019 from 7pm. Richard will be playing the recently restored Compton Cinema Organ. Concert is free but must be booked due to limited spaces by calling ‪01236 638467‬ or emailing mcnairl@culturenl.co.uk stating number of seats.

Thank you…..

The committee and members of the Lanarkshire Society of Organists would like to express our sincere thanks to all who contributed and attended our recent cone and Sing at Cadzow Church.

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Particular thanks must go to

  • John Pitcathley
  • Des McLean
  • Our soloists Gordon and Seumas
  • Scott Kyle from the Cadzow Music Centre
  • Rev John Carswell and the Kirk Session at Cadzow

Come and Sing – Stainer’s Crucifixion

WHEN: Saturday 13th April 2019
WHERE: Cadzow Parish Church, Hamilton
HOW DO I TAKE PART: read on!

Motherwell Diocesan Organist John Pitcathley leads us through Stainer’s Crucifixion story in our 2019 Come and Sing Event.

http://www.lanarkshireorganists.co.uk http://www.cadzowchurch.org.uk/cmac/

Please register your interest by completing the online form below with the details we need. We’ll be in touch! And we look forward to singing with you.

Cadzow Parish Church, Hamilton, is home to the Cadzow Music Arts Centre (CMAC). Striving to be a centre of exellence locally and promoting various types of Arts projects. We are delighted to be organising this in partnership with CMAC and look forward to may more events in the future.

EVENT: ‘A War to End Wars?’

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To mark the Centenary of the ending of World War I, Motherwell Diocesan Choir will present a service entitled A War To End Wars in The Cathedral, Motherwell on Friday 16 November at 7:30. This will be a reflection in music and the spoken word and the programme will include the Requiem by Gabriel Fauré, together with a selection of 1st World War music and poetry. Admission is free and all are invited to participate in this event in thanksgiving for those who gave their lives for our freedom