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 stating number of seats.



Sunday 21st July at 10.30am

Claremont Parish Church, High Common Road, St. Leonards, East Kilbride, G74 2AU.

Paisley Abbey Organ Concert Series


A series of organ concerts featuring four of Scotland’s best known soloists, gets underway in Paisley Abbey on Wednesday 8 May with George McPhee and Robert Wallace on pipes giving a varied programme that will appeal to all tastes.


Each concert starts at 7.30pm and the full programme of the first concert is attached above


The list of concerts is….


Wednesday 8 May, George McPhee and Robert Wallace (pipes)


Wednesday 15 May, Roger Williams (St. Machar’s Cathedral, Aberdeen)


Wednesday 22 May, Michael Harris (St. Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh)


Wednesday 29 May, John Turner (formerly Glasgow Cathedral)



Tickets for each concert cost £10 and can be purchased at the door.

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.


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.

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.