Tickets £12 in advance from Inspirations of Arran in Brodick, online (see links below) or on the door | Free to under 18s* | All concerts start at 7.30pm

Concerts 2023/2024

Scholfield Clarke Duo
 
Scholfield Clarke Duo

Friday 2nd February 2024

Arran High School Theatre in Lamlash, 7.30pm


Arran born virtuoso Iain Clarke, and Richard Scholfield – saxophone and piano.
Gallus Brass Quintet
 
Gallus Brass Quintet

Saturday 23rd March 2024

Brodick Hall, 7.30pm


Glasgow based quintet with a wide-ranging repertoire and versatile playing styles – from classical to jazz to modern.
Alba Challah Klezmer Band
 
Alba Challah Klezmer Band

Saturday 20th April 2024

Brodick Hall, 7.30pm


Klezmer band – performing instrumental traditions of the Ashkenazi Jews of central and Eastern Europe.
Charlotte Rowan with Charlotte Stevenson
 
Charlotte Rowan with Charlotte Stevenson

Saturday 22nd June 2024

Arran High School Theatre in Lamlash, 7.30pm


Vioin & piano.

Please support us

Good audiences support our application for funding from Enterprise Music Scotland (EMS), which we make annually. Funding from EMS subsidises a large part of our programme, but if audience numbers dwindle, so also will the funds from EMS dwindle. So please come as often as you can.

You can help us by...

  • ...making a donation or giving a raffle prize
  • ...becoming a sponsor or advertising in our programme for £50 per season
  • ...helping to get new people to come along
  • ...bringing friends to our next concert

Please speak to one of the Committee: Susanna Talbot, Sandra Bentley, Heather Gough, Jane Howe, Jan MacGregor, Hilary Maguire, Alice Maxwell, Carol Wickstead. Or email us at contact@arranmusic.co.uk. Or use our contact form.

Arran Theatre and Arts Trust is an umbrella organisation for Music Arran, Arran Open Studios, Arran Arts Resource, Arts Forward, Arran On Film and the McLellan Arts Festival. Its aims, in partnership with other organisations on the island, are to foster the visual, literary and performing arts on Arran, further opportunities for professionals in the arts, create experiences which raise skills, awareness and improve access at community level, develop opportunities for young people and encourage new work both on Arran and beyond through the annual McLellan Poetry Award and the McLellan Arts Festival.