Merrylea Organ Recitals 

Merrylea Parish Church (Holy Trinity) 80 Merrylee Road, Glasgow G43 2QZ


(Duration approximately 45 – 50 minutes)

Peter Christie and John Burnett
Sunday 27th September 2015 at 2.30pm

Peter Christie
Sunday 18th October 2015 at 2.30pm

John Burnett
Sunday 22nd November 2015 at 2.30pm

Admission is free but retiring offering in aid of “The Prince and Princess of Wales ‘Brick by Brick’ Appeal”.

Scottish Charity Registration No. SC004016

Organ Recital Glasgow Cathedral 10th July at 7:30pm

Isabelle Demers
TUESDAY JULY 10TH at 7.30pm.

  1. J.S. Bach (1685-1750) – Prelude in E-flat Major BWV 552/1
  2. Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) – Allegro Vivace, from Symphony #5 op.107, “Reformation”
  3. J.S. Bach – Fugue in E-flat Major BWV 552/2
  4. Rachel Laurin (b. 1961) – excerpts from 24 Short Pieces op. 43 and 58
    • Toccatina
    • Trumpet Tune
    • Dance and Variations
    • Square Fugue
    • Triangular Fugue
  5. Louis Vierne (1870-1937) – Allegro, from Symphony #2 op.20
  6. Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) – excerpts from Cinderella op. 87
    • Introduction
    • Gavotte
    • Three Oranges
    • Cinderella gets ready for the ball
    • Cinderella’s Waltz
  7. Raymond Daveluy (b. 1926) – Toccata, from Sixth Sonata

Organ Recital – Busby

Busby Parish Church, Busby, Glasgow

Friday 8th June at 7.30 pm

Come along and listen to a FREE organ recital.

This recital will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the installation of the digital organ and demonstrate its versatility.

The evening will finish with refreshments in the hall.

Directions to Busby Church are here

Thomas Coats Memorial Church, Paisley


Pipes Alive! Saturday 9th June 2012

Our next concert at TCM Paisley is approaching and will involve our famous 4 manual Hill pipe organ taking centre stage! Full details of all our musical activities at TCM can be found on our website,  On the fundraising page there is a link to easyfundraising – shopping or indeed web searching via these links costs you nothing and earns money for music at TCM!

The introduction of “big screen projection” was a huge hit at our March concert, and an upgraded system will be in place for this recital. It offers the audience an opportunity to see the organ and organist and watch the musical acrobatics that take place when playing the king of instruments.

Thank you again for your continued support of our musical programme at TCM. We very much look forward to welcoming you back to TCM in the near future.