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Wednesday 10th August at 12.00hrs

Venue: St Michael's Parish Church

Soprano, Mezzo and Piano

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Vox Duo is an independent collaboration founded in 2018 between Scottish soprano Karla Anne Grant and British- Brazilian mezzo soprano Julia Martins Solomon both under the tutelage of Wilma MacDougall. Both are completing their postgraduate studies at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in June 2022, having both gained a First-Class Honours Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance in 2020 also at the RCS.

Praised for their blend of voices, Vox Duo have worked in close collaboration with classical pianists to present recitals of German lieder, French mélodie, Italian, English and Scots song, as well as oratorio, opera, and operetta. Vox Duo are versatile artists who enjoy exploring a range of musical genres and performance settings. They have performed across the UK in their own Vox Duo concert series, and by invitation at the Glasgow Art Club and Kodàly Erasmus+ Event in The National Piping Centre.

Vox Duo were proud to join Live Music Now Scotland in 2020. Together with Live Music Now they have performed for the Saughtonhall Women’s Union and Live Music Now Scotland’s ‘At Home’ series. Most recently, Vox Duo recorded a Christmas concert as part of Live Music Now Scotland for the National Galleries of Scotland in the Great Hall in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.

In 2021 Vox Duo began an exciting new venture collaborating with the Earthtones Trio, recording new compositions by composer Euan Stevenson. In December 2021, Vox Duo released a recording of a new composition with Earthtones Trio, which has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour. Vox Duo now work with iOcco Music as iOcco Music Artists.

Upcoming engagements include singing in the Wellington Concert series in June 2022 and projects with iOcco music and Euan Stevenson.

Sunday 21st August at 14:00hrs

Venue: St Michael's Parish Church


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Ibert – Cinq pieces en Trio

McDowall – Century Dances

Bennet Thomas – Syzygy for flute, bass clarinet and bassoon

Berkeley – Piece

Fr. Devienne – Trio in B flat Op61 No.5

The musicians are all experienced performers and teachers, currently working in Scotland. Two are former graduates of RCS, and all have experience of playing with Scottish orchestras and ensembles, including among them the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, RSNO, Childrens’ Classic Concerts, The Sound Collective and other organisations.

Friday 16th September at 7.30pm

Venue: St Michael's Parish Church, Linlithgow

Classical Orchestral Music

Tickets: £16, concs. £14, U26 £6 are available online from SCO HERE or by phone on 0131 557 6800


BEETHOVEN - Coriolan

SHOSTAKOVICH - Chamber Symphony Op 110

TÜÜR - Flamma

BEETHOVEN - Symphony No.2


CONDUCTOR  Kristiina Poska


Linlithgow Arts Guild is delighted to support the SCO with this event in the town.

Saturday 8th October at 7.30pm

Venue: Linlithgow Academy

Opera Highlights

Tickets: £15, U26 £5 or Included in Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free

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A troupe of talented singers, including Scottish Opera’s Emerging Artists, come to Linlithgow with an original piano-accompanied production of Opera Highlights.

This vibrant, one-of-a-kind show is created specifically for Scottish Opera. This year, director Emma Jenkins brings verve and creativity to a very special tour. With music meticulously curated by Scottish Opera’s Head of Music Derek ClarkOpera Highlights combines repertoire favourites with lesser-known pieces. You will not find such a treasure trove of opera anywhere else!


Zoe Drummond*, Shakira Tsindos, Osian Wyn Bowen*, Christopher Nairne and Kristina Yorgova (piano)

*Scottish Opera Emerging Artists 2022/23

Saturday 22nd October at 7.30pm

Venue: TBA

An Evening of Poetry and Music

Tickets: £7.50 or included in season ticket 2022/23. Children free


Saturday 29th October at 7.30pm

Venue: Linlithgow Primary School


Tickets: for this concert will only be available as part of the Linlithgow Arts Guild’s 2022-23 Season Ticket until 8th October 2022. Season tickets can be purchased through the website and the number will be limited to 200.

Any seats not taken up within the season tickets and remaining on 9th October will be released for general sale through this page. This arrangement is necessary because of the limited capacity of the venue.

Tickets for general sale will be priced at £16, U26 £6 or Included in Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free.


Debussy: Rêverie

Debussy: Études Book 1

Debussy: Étude Retrouvée

Debussy: Études Book 2

Osborne: Improvisation on theme by Keith Jarrett

Rachmaninov: Piano Sonata No 1

We are delighted to welcome Steven Osborne back to his home town, to a venue where some of the residents will remember him playing at a very early age and at a time when his international career could not have been imagined.


Saturday 29th November at 7.30pm

Venue: TBA

Bass/Baritone and Piano

Tickets: £15, U26 £6 or included in Season Ticket 2022/23. Children free




Part 1 - Moscow to Glasgow


- I bless you, forests op. 47/5

- None but the lonely heart op. 6/6

- Gentle stars shone upon us op. 60/12

- Don Juan’s Serenade op. 38/1


- In the silence of the secret night op. 4/3

- We shall rest op. 26/3

Shostakovich, Robert Burns songs:

- O wert thou in the cauld blast

- Macpherson’s farewell

- Jenny (Coming thro’ the rye)

Mussorgsky Songs and Dances of Death:

- Lullaby

- Serenade

- Trepak

- Field Marshal

Erik Chisholm Scots Songs:

- The Chailleach

- Fiddler’s Bidding

- The Three Worthies

- Fragment

- Dirge for Summer

- Prayer

Erik Chisholm Wartime songs:

- Sixty Cubic Feet

- Cradle-Croon

- The Offending Eye

- Snail, snail, shoot out your horn


Part 2: A little opera gala


- Madamina, il catalogo è questo

- Per questa bella mano (concert aria)


- Aleko’s cavatina - Ves’ tabor spit


- O tu Palermo

- Mentre gonfiarsi l'anima

Saturday 10th December at 19.30hrs

Venue: St Michael's Parish Church, Linlithgow

Brass Quintet

Tickets: £15, U26 £6 or included in Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free



A wide-ranging mix of music and styles including items by Dukas, Arnold, Gabrielli, Mahler, Bach, Gough, Kamen plus Amazing Grace, Caledonia, Beatles numbers and Christmas Crackers.

Saturday 21st January 2023 at 19.30hrs

Venue: TBA

Tickets £15, U26 £6 or included in Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free



Dvořák: Cypresses for string quartet, B152

Symanowski: String Quartet No 1 in C major, Op 37

Mozart: String Quartet No 15 in D minor, K 421

Saturday 25th February 2023 at 19.30hrs

Venue: TBA


Tickets: £15, U26 £6 or included in Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free.



Mozart: Andante mit Variationen in G major, KV 501

Von Weber: Huit Pièces, Op 60

Schubert: Rondo in A major for piano four hands, D951

Ravel: Ma Mère l'Oye

Dodgson: Tournament for twenty fingers

Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins have given keyboard duet recitals at many prestigious UK venues including the Royal Opera House, St George’s Bristol and the Russell Collection. They have recently released the second volume of Mozart's complete piano duets on period instruments for Resonus Classics. This album has been highly praised by BBC Music Magazine. Their latest release, for BIS Records, is “Tournament for Twenty Fingers” featuring piano duets.

Saturday 15th March at 19.30hrs

Venue: TBA

Rachel Podger - Baroque Violin

Tickets: £15, U26 £6 or included in the Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free.




Johann Vilsmayr: Partita no 6 in A major, from Articifiosus Concentus pro Camera (1715)

John Walsh: Select movements from manuscript (1705), Corelli, Gasparini, Vitali, Lonati and Purcell

J.S. Bach: Toccata and fugue BWV 565, arr. for solo violin in A minor (arr. Chad Kelly)

Nicola Matteis: Fantasia Con discretion

Chad Kelly: Phantasia for solo violin

Johan H Roman: Assaggio in D minor

J P von Westhoff: Suite pour le violin seul sans basse continue dans Le Mercure Galant de Janvier 1683

Set of Celtic tunes – trad. Tunes & Playford’s Dancing Master

Saturday 22nd April at 19.30hrs

Venue: TBA

Linlithgow Arts Guild’s AGM at 7.30 pm, which is open to members only, will be followed by a concert of Klezmer music at 8.30 at which all are welcome.

Tickets: £15, U26 £6  or included in the Season Ticket 2022-23. Children free.



This is a sample programme

Ot Azoi “That’s the way” (traditional Klezmer)

Nokh a Glezele Vayn “another glass of wine” (traditional Klezmer)

Saint-Saëns- Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah, arr Ruaridh Bakke

Set of three tunes- “Escorting the parents of the Bride and Groom” | Moldovian Hora | Odessa Bulgarish

Toby Murena- “Indifférence” (French gypsy-jazz waltz)

Kaval Sviri (Bulgarian folk song), arr Michael O’Rourke

Galatas- Mames Babegenush, arr Michael O’Rourke