• 23 Feb 2024
  • In-person

Friday’s at One at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Light lunch followed by a performance at the RCS

The arts play a crucial role in the cultural landscape of Glasgow. As a vibrant and diverse city, Glasgow has a rich artistic heritage and thriving arts scene. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland plays a central role in developing the arts in Glasgow and globally.

The IoD Glasgow & West of Scotland branch is delighted to partner with the RCS on this event.

Join us in this unique opportunity to have a light lunch with the Principal, Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, in his office to hear about the work of the RCS. We will then have the opportunity to listen to a wonderful afternoon performance by Catriona Morison and Malcolm Martineau in the Stevenson Hall at the RCS. This performance is part of the is part of the BBC Radio 3 programme. Catriona Morison is a Scottish mezzo-soprano and former alumni of the RCS. She became known to a wider audience when she won the Main and Shared Song prizes of the Internationally renowned BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition.

Malcolm Martineau is regarded as one of the greatest accompanists of his generation. He is an Honorary Doctor and International Fellow of Accompaniment at the RCS.

Numbers are limited to 20 so reserve your place quickly to avoid disappointment. 

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