Tom David Wilson was born in Manchester in 1957. In the 1970’s he was a student at the Birmingham Conservatoire where he studied composition with Andrew Downs. In the 1980’s he was a student at Goldsmiths College, London University where he spent five years studying composition with Melanie Dakin and Edward Gregson. For ten years he was Head of Woodwind and Tutor for Academic Music at Uppingham School in Rutland but since 1989 he has lived in Glasgow where he teaches composition at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and at St. Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh.

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Aug
31
Sat
Dave Arcari: Linsidfarne Festival @ Linsidfarne Festival
Aug 31 @ 7:00 pm
Sep
6
Fri
PM Music: Glasgow R&B Society – Rab Noakes & Fraser Speirs @ Swing, Glasgow
Sep 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

After the successful relaunch in May, the Glasgow R&B Society are back with their second night featuring Scottish Blues roots legends Rab Noakes & Fraser Speirs who have created a special setlist just for the Society featuring classic Rhythm & Blues tracks from through the decades …

With support from Emma & The Ragmen.

Sep
9
Mon
The Night With…: Ensemble Offspring @ The Black Box, Belfast
Sep 9 @ 8:00 pm

Ensemble Offspring mix music by Scottish and Australian composers premièring a works by Matthew Whiteside and Kate Moore along with Jane Stanley‘s ‘Four Dessert Flowers’, Thomas Meadowcroft‘s ‘Medieval Rococo’ and Andrea Keller‘s ‘Love in Solitude’.

This concert will also be repeated in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh.

Sep
10
Tue
The Night With…: Ensemble Offspring @ The Hug and Pint, Glasgow
Sep 10 @ 8:00 pm

Ensemble Offspring mix music by Scottish and Australian composers premièring a works by Matthew Whiteside and Kate Moore along with Jane Stanley‘s ‘Four Dessert Flowers’, Thomas Meadowcroft‘s ‘Medieval Rococo’ and Andrea Keller‘s ‘Love in Solitude’.

This concert will also be repeated in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Belfast.

Explore all the concerts in The Night With… 2019 season.

Sep
11
Wed
The Night With…: Ensemble Offspring @ Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh
Sep 11 @ 8:00 pm

Ensemble Offspring mix music by Scottish and Australian composers premièring a works by Matthew Whiteside and Kate Moore along with Jane Stanley‘s ‘Four Dessert Flowers’, Thomas Meadowcroft‘s ‘Medieval Rococo’ and Andrea Keller‘s ‘Love in Solitude’.

This concert will also be repeated in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Belfast.

Sep
12
Thu
Glasgow Barons: The Pearce Concerts 1 @ The Pearce Institute, Glasgow
Sep 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Bringing the MacLeod Hall’s acoustic to life, a glorious programme of British composers including Scotland’s own Thea Musgrave, inspired by Edward Hopper’s painting, Night Windows

Oboe, Amy Turner

Conductor, Paul MacAlindin

Elgar: Introduction & Allegro for Strings

Thea Musgrave: Night Windows

(UK premiere of orchestral version)

Grace Williams: Sea Sketches

Vaughan Williams: Concerto Grosso

 

Are you an amateur string player?

Want to join us on stage for the Concerto Grosso?

Contact Paul at theglasgowbarons@gmail.com for more information.

This concert also inspires a community art project led by local artist, Fiona Fleming.

www.glasgowbarons.com

The Night With…: Ensemble Offspring @ Belmont Filmhouse, Aberdeen
Sep 12 @ 8:00 pm

Ensemble Offspring mix music by Scottish and Australian composers premièring a works by Matthew Whiteside and Kate Moore along with Jane Stanley‘s ‘Four Dessert Flowers’, Thomas Meadowcroft‘s ‘Medieval Rococo’ and Andrea Keller‘s ‘Love in Solitude’.

Programme presented in association with sound.

This concert will also be repeated in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast.

Sep
18
Wed
Gemma McGregor: The Raven Banner and Carry His Relics [Premieres] @ The Auditorium, Mareel, Shetland
Sep 18 all-day

Performed by Nordic Viola

Sep
19
Thu
Jane Serter: A Meditation @ The Warehouse, London
Sep 19 @ 7:30 pm
Sep
21
Sat
David Ward and Ronald Center Piano Sonatas @ Leith Hall, Huntly
Sep 21 @ 7:30 pm

Music Centeral and Leith Hall are pleased to present a piano recital by Faye Monteith.

The concert starts at 7.30pm and will consist of two parts. During the interval there’ll be refreshments served in the Military Exhibition on the second floor – these can be pre-booked alongside tickets.

Programme

David Ward – Piano Sonata

Schubert – Impromptu No 4 in A flat D 899

Interval

Ronald Center – Piano Sonata

Chopin – Waltz Op 64 No 2

arr. William Gilmour – Scottish Tunes