Since 2000 Music in Lanark has been bringing exceptional talent to the people of Clydesdale. From September through to March of the following year we present concerts showcasing a wide range of musical styles, from classical chamber music, opera and jazz to traditional Scottish. We also provide a regular platform for young musicians to perform at the beginning of each concert, thus enabling talent to flourish. Our base is The Institute at New Lanark, a historic building in the World Heritage Site village. Concerts are also held at other venues appropriate to the music, in and around Lanark.
Alastair Savage, a versatile fiddler from Ayrshire who plays both classical and folk fiddle, is joined by talented cellist Alice Allen from Aberdeenshire.
Featuring classic 18th Century melodies by Neil Gow and William Marshall alongside 19th Century music by virtuoso fiddler James Scott Skinner. Also including contemporary melodies written and arranged by Alastair and Alice together with Bluegrass music from North America.
Aged 18 and under: £1
Series Ticket (including membership*): £75
Members of Biggar Music Club may purchase concert tickets on the door for £7, upon presentation of their Biggar series ticket.
*Music in Lanark membership entitles you to reserve seats. It also enables you to purchase half price tickets for Biggar Music Club concerts.
Hear Ethan play two of his own arrangements of the Bill Withers songs
Just The Two of Us and Ain’t No Sunshine.
Mysterious Pathways Vol 1, features all the compositions he has done for his Music in Lanark performances.
(Also available at The Tolbooth, Lanark.)
Concert Ticket: £14
18 and under – £1
Grants entry to all 2021-2022 Series MiL concerts.