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Concerts are normally held at the West Building, Ramsey Grammar School, on Mondays, at 7.30pm but dates and locations are subject to change, so please look at our web-site, www.ramseymusicsociety.org

To learn more about the artists and their concert click on their name/s and you will be taken to their page

12th November  duo B!Z’art, Geoffrey Baptiste and Andre Roe

Those who attended their previous piano concert will remember it as a most entertaining evening with a mixture of serious and not so serious pieces.

Friday, 28th December  “CHRONICLES”  Russell Gilmour, Trumpet, and David Kilgallon, Organ

Russell has given live performances, as well as radio and television broadcasts, in more than 20 countries in Europe, North America and Australia. Born and brought up in the Isle of Man, David is a passionate composer and multi instrumentalist. Both have played at the Celtfest.

14th  January       Joseph Shiner, Clarinet and Edward Liddall, Piano

Joseph is a selected artist for Making Music and the City Music Foundation. He is currently Artist-in-Residence at Lancing College, and was featured as BBC Music Magazine's 'Rising Star' in August 2016.       Edward has performed at venues and festivals across the UK and Europe both as a solo pianist and as a chamber musician, including The Barbican, The Wigmore Hall,and The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.  

18th  February     Yulia Chaplina, Piano

Her recent engagements and tours have included orchestras such as the Russian Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Sinfonietta, Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, Moroccan National Orchestra and Basingstoke Symphony Orchestra.

18th  March         Daniel Rowland, Violin and Alberto Mesirca, Guitar

In demand as a soloist/director, Daniel works with orchestras all around the world and  is Professor of violin at the Royal College of Music. The American Record Guide praised Alberto’s Scarlatti as “The best Scarlatti I’ve heard on solo guitar”, and Classical Guitar Magazine wrote: “Superb recording from the prodigiously talented Mesirca”.