Stephen Laidlaw

When: , Start Time: 16:00

Where: The Stables Causeway, Cromarty IV11 8XS

Part of:
Music & Theatre

Part of our series: Scotland’s Year of Young People – Local Talent

Black Isle raised cellist Stephen Laidlaw studied at The City of Edinburgh Music School and the Royal Northern College of Music.

Stephen has performed in The Bridgewater Hall Foyer Recital Series and was a finalist in the RNCM’s prestigious Barbirolli Prize. He was also awarded the Young Artist residency at the Aboyne ‘Cello Festival, 2014. Recent performances include recitals and competitions throughout the UK, the Saint-Saens’ and Finzi Concertos (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) and the complete Bach 'cello suites.

Stephen will be accompanied by pianist, Ailsa Aitkenhead

Ailsa Aitkenhead is a freelance pianist, accompanist and piano
teacher. She studied piano accompaniment at the Royal Conservatoire of
Scotland, where she graduated with distinction, achieved the Alex Menzies award for an outstanding accompanist and was highly commended
in the governors recital prize. Since then she has worked as a staff accompanist at Edinburgh University, and frequently performs: as a soloist, with her three choirs and with numerous collaborative projects including her piano trio, the Gal Trio.


Programme:

Beethoven - Seven Variations on ‘Bei Männern’ from The Magic Flute WoO 46
Brahms - Sonata in E minor Op.38
Bridge - Mélodie and Scherzo

Interval

Franck - Sonata in A major

Tickets:  £13 (£11 concession)  SCHOOL CHILDREN GO FREE!
Tea & coffee available to purchase or bring your own refreshments

To reserve: email or tel 01381 600354 or can purchase on the door

 

Location Map

The Stables

Causeway IV11 8XS