For over forty years Dunfermline Arts Guild has been providing live chamber music concerts on Sundays in Dunfermline for members and friends, and we’ve just finished our 2019–20 season, where we offered a wide range
of talented performers, interpreting “classical” in the broadest sense. Concert details are still available through this linked page.
Although we announced at the end of last season that special guests The Wallace Collection are to perform at our opening concert on 11 October, all public events are currently in some disarray due to COVID-19. However, we are continuing to plan our 2020–21 season – the skeleton is there, with just a few tweaks to be made – so watch this space!
Hopefully you are aware
that our regular concerts are supported by funds channelled through Chamber
Music Scotland. CMS have made us aware of some online, streaming concerts that
might help lift morale a bit, so we are using this page to point you in their direction.
CMS are continuing to play a part in supporting freelance musicians, many of whom have had months of paid gigs and performances cancelled, by extending the series of Streaming Home Concerts that feature some of the musicians they work closely with, who will be streaming concerts straight from their living room to yours.
CMS will be paying the musicians a fee, but also
welcoming donations from those who are able, in lieu of a concert ticket. The recommended donation is £5, and will go directly to the musicians involved. The link to make donations is paypal.me/CMShomeconcerts.
The 29 April concert
with Su-a Lee (cello) and Hamish Napier (flute/keys) is still available to view at https://youtu.be/fsQqVAmwCwo – it’s
full of fun surprises! – and you can donate in lieu of a concert ticket, if
you’re able, until the evening of Tuesday 5 May.
The next concert will be at 7:30pm on Wednesday 13 May and features the pianist Ancuta Nite. The link to view the concert is https://youtu.be/Fn6phdrqYuM .
The following concert will be at 7:30pm on Wednesday 27 May and be given by Sasha Savaloni,
guitar. The link to view the concert is https://youtu.be/eJIkIQM2xX0.