Mackintosh Queen's Cross presents: Ruth A. Castle
Mackintosh Queen's Cross hosts a selling exhibition of paintings by Ruth A. Castle, whose work includes still life in a wide variety of media including collage. Ruth is also known for her botanical watercolours and imagined landscapes and exhibits with the Glasgow Society of Women Artists and Paisley Art Institute among others.
Exhibition runs throughout the West End Festival. Mackintosh Queen's Cross is open Monday-Friday, 10am-5:00pm, with last admission at 4:30pm.
Brisas De Mar (Sea Breezes): - Thursday 11 June 2015 at 19.00pm
Brisas de Mar (Sea Breezes) Music from Latin America, Spain, France and Scotland. A Concert for guitar and piano. Germany's Stefan Grasse travels to Glasgow for this years West End Festival. Stefan, a virtuosic and award-winning player (with 13 CDs to his name!) who is equally at home in the worlds of classical music and Latin jazz, performs a concert which includes pieces by Nunez, Powell and Maxwell Geddes as well as his own works.
A Concert For Flute & Piano: - Friday 12 June 2015 at 19.00pm
American flautist Kim Hickey brings a varied programme of music for flute and piano to the atmospheric surroundings of Mackintosh Queen's Cross. With familiar works by Debussy and Franck through to contemporary pieces including a new work by Kyle Owen. Kim is joined by pianist Juliette Philogene for this very special evening.
An Evening of Polish Music For Piano With Maciej Grant: Friday 19 June 2015 at 19.00pm
Maciej Granat is a Polish pianist and composor, currently based in Glasgow. He regularly performs as a soloist and as a chamber musician in Poland, Italy, Germany, USA and the UK. A programme of Polish music was conceived specially for this West End Festival Concert at Mackintosh Queen's Cross and includes pieces by Chopin and Szymanowski, as well as Granat's own compositions.
Recital from The Golden Age: Feargus Hetherington/Edward Cohen: Friday 26 June, 19.30pm
A recital for violin and piano with Feargus Hetherington and Edward Cohen, in the truly unique surroundings of Mackintosh Queen's Cross - The only C. R. Mackintosh church design ever to be built. This concert features a very special recital programme on the theme of 'The Golden Age', with music from the period 1920-1939.
A Piano Recital With Peter Seivewright: Saturday 27 June at 19.30pm
A recital of piano music by Peter Seivewright including works by JS Bach, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Wanghua and Kreisler. Enjoy the truly unique atmosphere, acoustics and surroundings of the only church ever built to the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Peter has performed extensively at venues around the world and regularly appears as a concert soloist with a number of leading British orchestras.
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The Mackintosh Church was the highlight of our Mackintosh trip to Glasgow. It was the most authentic experience of all the buildings we visited, it was delightful.
An awe-inspiring building
Glasgow's hidden gem
A pleasure to visit - friendly staff
An artistic treasure house
A truly beautiful space
Simplicity at its best
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