Concerts, classical music, traditional music and all that jazz
Portrait of the Composer
Pavel Haas Quartet and Llyr Williams - The Intimate Lives of Jan?c?k and Smetana
Sunday 13 May 2012, 3pm
Tickets at Box Office City Halls and Royal Concert Hall, Sauchiehall Street
By phone 0141 353 8000
Full Glasgow Music 2011/2012 Season event listings are available on request. Over the next year, our ambitious new programme will bring an eclectic array of artists from across the globe to Glasgow, from revered virtuosos to avant-garde musical trailblazers.
The Glasgow Music 2011/2012 Season features mini-festivals, world premieres, new commissions and one-off events staged in Glasgow's Concert Halls, Tramway and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Highlights include:
Glasgow was awarded the status of a Creative City - a City of Music - by UNESCO in 2008, and is the second Scottish city to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network after Edinburgh was named a City of Literature.
One of only four music cities worldwide, this is in recognition of the status of the Glasgow's success in the music industry and the success of the policy of the City to bring music to its citizens. For more information, go to www.glasgowcityofmusic.com
The Creative Cities Network connects cities who want to share experiences, ideas and best practices aiming at cultural, social and economic development. For more information please visit: www.unesco.org
Svend Brown unveils an ambitious and eclectic second season as Director of Music, Glasgow Life
Svend Brown's ambitious second season as Director of Music, Glasgow Life will bring an eclectic array of artists from across the globe to Glasgow, from revered virtuosos to avant-garde musical trailblazers. Glasgow Music's programming endeavours to complement the rich offerings of the city's already illustrious music scene by featuring artists and repertoire rarely heard in the city. Building on the success of last year, the 2011/2012 Season will feature more international artists, mini-festivals, world premieres, new commissions and one-off events. In addition to events in Glasgow's Concert Halls, the season will also feature events in Tramway, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
Learn to play the drums with Ben McCulloch usung the nationally acclaimed Drumsense teaching programme. Beginners can get started with no experience neccessary. Tried and tested programe - rock, jazz, rudiments - comprehensive and enjoyable palyalong programme - Trinity College Drumkit Grades affiliated.
A new club to encourage integration of refugees and asylum seekers into their new communities through music and friendship
The club will meet every month with a folk session in the first 40 minutes and after a short break there will be a 40 minute set from guest artists. The intention is to encourage world music artists and multi cultural friendship
More info 0141 550 8410 or 07811 289 684
Local people wanted for a community choir at the Annexe in Stewartville Street, Partick
From Pavarotti to Pop Idol
All welcome All ages
Every Thursday 6.30-8.30
contact Jane Cowie Arts Development at The Annexe
also at the annexe...
Music in the Sunflower Cafe
every Thursday from 12.30
play or be played to! more info on 0141 357 6747
every Wed 6-7.30pm with David Cruikshank
in the Stewartville Street Annexe in Partick
more info 0141 357 6747
Have FREE, regular folk sessions from live bands.
the shop on the bottom half of Byres Road is now Oxfam Music
what a great idea!
they sell second hand vinyl,tapes,CD's, Videos, books and music
171 Byres Road tel: 0141 334 7669
Westender Michael Clark has a Jazz website for Glasgow called
You'll find it at