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Scottish Ensemble: Chamber Notes with Matthew Hunt (clarinet)


Scottish Ensemble unleash the power of chamber music through the clarinet quintets of Mozart and Brahms, with guest soloist Matthew Hunt.  MozartClarinet Quintet in A major BrahmsClarinet Quintet in B minor John Luther AdamsThe Wind in High Places [movement 2] Mozart and Brahms wrote just one clarinet quintet each, both in the final years of their lives. But it’s their inherent quality and charm, not only their solitary status, which has always made these quintets stand out amongst each composer’s repertoire. Mozart’s is now not only one of his best-known pieces, but one of the most cherished in the clarinet repertoire, and it’s easy to see why: moments of understated virtuosity bloom from a soft, calm, mellow beauty. Brahms’ quintet – modelled on Mozart’s, as so many of his works are – is similarly autumnal in mood, with waves of contemplative major and melancholic minor moods shifting like sunlight.Join Scottish Ensemble musicians and one of the UK's most distinctive clarinettists, Matthew Hunt, as they explore both works at this afternooon concert in the impressive surrounds of the Crichton Church, at Dumfries' Easterbrook Hall. Scottish Ensemble (SE) is the UK's leading string orchestra; a collective of outstanding musicians championing music for strings. Crossing styles, musical periods, genres and art forms, SE aims to create exhilarating musical experiences that forge new connections between people, places and ideas. In recent years, SE has become increasingly known for its bold and adventurous collaborations with artists from other forms and disciplines. Performing across Scotland, the UK and internationally, at the heart of all SE events is a commitment to engaging, dynamic live performance of the highest quality.

Venue:
Crichton Memorial Church
University of Glasgow Crichton Campus Dumfries

When:
Sun, 7 Oct 2018 3.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Musica Adventus: Concerts by Candlelight with Sean Shibe (guitar)


Flickering candlelight, atmospheric architecture, and music of illumination, reflection and warmth… Join the UK's leading string orchestra for a Christmas concert with a difference. VivaldiGuitar Concerto in D major, RV 93 J. S. BachChorale Prelude (from The Art of Fugue) CorelliConcerto Grosso in G minor (‘Christmas Concerto’) Pēteris VasksMusica Adventus HolstIntermezzo (from St. Paul’s Suite) Pairing glowing candles with music of hidden depths, Scottish Ensemble's much-loved Concerts by Candlelight series are a reflective alternative to the usual carol concerts in the lead up to Christmas. At this year's concert, Renaissance and Baroque works, full of radiant festive charm, sit alongside lingering contemporary sounds that will stay with you long after the concert ends. Always offering a little extra gift, Scottish Ensemble will welcome the talented guitarist Sean Shibe as a very special guest. Having only recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the BBC New Generation artist has already been turning heads at high-profile concerts and music festivals, and in May 2018 won a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society award."genius, a term which should rarely be applied to performing musicians, but at 25 he has it."The Arts Desk on Sean Shibe, July 2017 Scottish Ensemble (SE) is the UK's leading string orchestra; a collective of outstanding musicians championing music for strings. Crossing styles, musical periods, genres and art forms, SE aims to create exhilarating musical experiences that forge new connections between people, places and ideas. In recent years, SE has become increasingly known for its bold and adventurous collaborations with artists from other forms and disciplines. Performing across Scotland, the UK and internationally, at the heart of all SE events is a commitment to engaging, dynamic live performance of the highest quality.

Venue:
Crichton Memorial Church
University of Glasgow Crichton Campus Dumfries

When:
Sun, 9 Dec 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Wes Anderson, The Darjeeling Limited, 2007 (91mins)


Wes Anderson The Darjeeling Limited, 2007 (USA, 91mins, 15) Francis has recently survived a near-fatal motorcycle accident and wishes to reconnect with his brothers on a journey of spiritual self-discovery. He is also secretly searching for their mother, whom the brothers have not seen in many years. With the help of his assistant Brendan, Francis enlists his two brothers, Peter and Jack, on a revelatory train journey across India that tests but ultimately renews their brotherly bonds. The film’s Indian context is richly and vividly depicted; director Anderson and his co-writers made a trip through India while they were writing the screenplay Starring Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman, Angelica Houston, Amara Kahn, Camilla Rutherford, Bill Murray and others Part of Surrender Your Ticket: screenings over three days, 13-15 July 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Sun, 15 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Ben Russell, Good Luck, 2017 (143mins)


Ben RussellGood Luck, 2017 (UK/FR, 143mins, English subtitles) Beginning with a 600m descent into the depths of the earth, Good Luck shines a light on the human face of labour in an underground state-owned copper mine in Serbia. The hiss of oxygen cuts through the diesel rumble; the walls of the office vibrate with explosions two levels below; the miners’ physical struggle finds its mirror a continent away in the tropical heat of an illegal Surinamese gold mine. The water pumps roar under the blinding sun; silver liquid rolls across the hand of a Saramaccan Maroon as he adds mercury to dirt in a never-ending search for gold. Part of There's Talk of Gold: screenings over three days, 17-19 August 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Viktor Turin, Turksib, 1929 (59mins, English subtitles)


Viktor Turin Turksib, 1929 (USSR, 59mins, English subtitles) Turksib charts the monumental efforts to build a railway linking the regions of Turkestan and Siberia in 1920s USSR. The film is remarkable for its use of montage and its portrayal of collective effort and modern engineering strength. A significant influence on the British documentary school, an English version of the film was prepared for exhibition by John Grierson in 1930. This remastered version features a newly commissioned soundtrack by Guy Bartell. Part of Surrender Your Ticket: screenings over three days, 13-15 July 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Fri, 13 Jul 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Rania Stephan, Train-Trains: A Bypass, 1999-2017 (35mins)


Rania Stephan Train Trains: A Bypass, 1999-2017 (Lebanon, 35mins, English subtitles) Train-Trains: A Bypass is Stephan’s second film focusing on collective and personal memory in relation to decommissioned train lines. Here she follows the traces of the old line linking Lebanon to Palestine, a coastal route that was part of the so-called Orient Express and Egypt lines before being put out of service. Stephan originally filmed the material in 1999 - as a personal vision of post-Civil War Lebanon, focusing on rural residents living near derelict stations. The film was commissioned by der Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin and shown there in September 2017. Part of Surrender Your Ticket: screenings over three days, 13-15 July 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Fri, 13 Jul 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Sompot Chidgasornpongse, Railway Sleepers, 2016 (102mins)


Sompot Chidgasornpongse Railway Sleepers, 2016 (Thailand, 102mins, English subtitles) Railway Sleepers is the outcome of 8 years of filming and 140 hours of footage captured. With its long, static shots, the film takes us on an extended train ride across Thailand wherein we encounter a whole social microcosm: vendors selling items, children on a school trip, soldiers carrying guns, groups of women wearing hijabs, saffron-robed monks, commuters, and foreign backpackers. What emerges is a thoughtful reflection on contemporary Thailand. Part of Surrender Your Ticket: screenings over three days, 13-15 July 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Sat, 14 Jul 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Bill Morrison, Dawson City: Frozen Time, 2016 (120mins)


Bill MorrisonDawson City: Frozen Time, 2016 (USA, 120mins) Dawson City: Frozen Time is a beguiling work that explores the history of Dawson City (staging post for the Klondike Gold Rush) through a cache of 500 silent nitrate films, found buried in a sub-arctic swimming pool. Morrison’s film offers a vivid and fresh portrait of the much-documented Gold Rush town, combining archival footage of the town alongside startling and captivating images long thought to be lost. Featuring an original score by Alex Somers. Part of There's Talk of Gold: screenings over three days, 17-19 August 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Fri, 17 Aug 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Screening: Rania Stephan, Train-Trains: A Bypass, 1999-2017 (35mins)


Rania Stephan Train Trains: A Bypass, 1999-2017 (Lebanon, 35mins, English subtitles) Train-Trains: A Bypass is Stephan’s second film focusing on collective and personal memory in relation to decommissioned train lines. Here she follows the traces of the old line linking Lebanon to Palestine, a coastal route that was part of the so-called Orient Express and Egypt lines before being put out of service. Stephan originally filmed the material in 1999 - as a personal vision of post-Civil War Lebanon, focusing on rural residents living near derelict stations. The film was commissioned by der Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin and shown there in September 2017. Part of Surrender Your Ticket: screenings over three days, 13-15 July 2018

Venue:
CAMPLE LINE
Cample Mill , Cample Thornhill

When:
Sat, 14 Jul 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


IOFNI - Fundraising Conference 2018


Come and join us for our annual fundraising conference and learn from some of the best fundraising innovators. This year’s theme is #KeepingItFresh How to keep yourself as a fundraiser and also your cause fresh and relevant to your donors in today’s ever changing climate and competitive industry. The day will be a mix of plenary sessions and interactive breakout sessions of your choice.  This annual conference is organised by dedicated volunteers who, in our day-jobs, raise funds for work with children, older people and those dealing with mental health issues and cancer diagnoses.  If you are a supplier and are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the conference please get in touch.

Venue:
Cultra Manor
153 Bangor Road Holywood

When:
Thu, 8 Nov 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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