As the Society moves into its 40th year of protecting Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s unique architectural heritage. We have planned a number of special events throughout the year. Below is a provisional programme of events taking place in 2014. Other events and talks are still to be added to the programme. All the events will take place at the Mackintosh Church except where indicated.
Sunday 2 March 2014
Choral music of the Russian church, state and countryside with an emphasis on St Petersburg composers: Bortnyansky, Lvov, Glinka, and members of the city’s later ‘Mighty Handful’.
The programme contains church music for the present season of Lent; secular compositions by Glinka; music from the Requiem for Fallen Brothers written by Kastalsky during the First World War; and folk songs – some genuine, some composed in imitation.
Concert starts at 4pm
Admission: £10, concessions £8; school-age children accompanied by parent(s) admitted free of charge
Russkaya Cappella is a Glasgow-based chamber choir which has been in existence since 2009. www.russkayacappella.com
Tickets cost £10 via bookwhen/mackintosh or you can call 0141 946 6600.
Future Events in 2014
John Galloway Exhibition – 10 April to 15 May 2014
AGM Weekend Programme – 6-8 June 2014
Deco Diva – 7 June 2014
Doors Open Day – 20/21 September 2014
Glasgow School of Yarn – 17 and 18 October 2014
Textiles Showcase – November 2014
Les Sirenes Female Chamber Choir - 12 December 2014
Deco Diva by Kara Wilson
Saturday, 7 June 2014 7.30pm - 10.00pm
If you are fascinated by art in general - and the bohemian world of the twenties and thirties - you’ll love this. The glamorous and decadent Art Deco legend of 1930s Paris, Tamara de Lempicka, is recreated by Kara Wilson through words, music and painting. Ticket cost £17.50
All the above events can be booked here.
1973-2013: Celebrating 40 years of protecting Mackintosh’s unique architectural heritage.
Primary School Workshops
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10am – 11.30am and/ or 1pm – 2.30pm throughout spring and autumn. Creative Mackintosh workshops for pupils and teachers.
Also self-led tours. Cost on application.
We also do tours, weddings, conferences, exhibitions, educational programmes and cultural events.
Tickets available from The Mackintosh Church
Tel: 0141 946 6600
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
Breathtaking – a beautiful space – peaceful and inspiring
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