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Christmas Carol Sing Along

Glasgow Royal Concert hall

Sing your heart out as Jamie MacDougall leads you through a fun-filled jamboree of his most-loved carols!


Christmas Classics BBCSSO

Ayr Town Hall, Ayr


Christmas at the Movies with BBCSSO

City Halls , Glasgow

The BBC SSO presents its annual matinee performance of seasonal movie scores. One of the most eagerly anticipated events in the musical calendar, this glittering celebration of Christmas and the Silver Screen includes music from celluloid classics and modern blockbusters all brought to life at City Halls! Join the BBC SSO as it goes from Screen to Stage, and experience that huge ‘Hollywood Sound’ in person. Christmas has never sounded so good!


Some Notes for Jack

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow

A concert to celebrate Jack Keaney's 40 years of life and work at the RSAMD. We are very fortunate to include Jamie MacDougall, Lorna Anderson, Patricia MacMahon, Timothy Dean, Fali Pavri and Sinae Lee in the performers. All proceeds from this concert will be donated to The Beatson Cancer Charity and the Calman Centre.

Tickets available from RCS Box Office.

There is also a justgjving page if you would like to donate. Please see the link on my timeline or in the group page.


Robert Burns & Henry Bishop 'The Jolly Beggars' or 'Love and Liberty'

Glasgow Memorial University Chapel

In 1818 the Scottish song editor, George Thomson, published Robert Burns's cantata 'The Jolly Beggars' or 'Love and Liberty' for the first time with musical notation. Thomson made a few changes to Burns's original and commissioned the famous London theatre composer, Sir Henry Bishop, to provide a new musical score. This is a chance to experience Burns's rowdy masterpiece as it was first heard in the 1810s. The concert is part of Glasgow University's current AHRC-funded 'Editing Robert Burns for the 21st century' project. Centre for Robert Burns Studies:


Songs from the Movies

Aros Centre, Skye

Jamie MacDougall and Helen Lothian sing the songs from the Silver Screen


Queen's Hall Concert Series

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Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

BBC Radio 3 broadcast of Edinburgh International Recital series from Queen's Hall



Merchant's hall, 22 Hannover Street, Edinburgh

“The word ‘incredible’ is overused but good grief, The Ayoub Sisters were exactly that...look out for them!” - Classic FM The Scottish-Egyptian Sisters are classically trained multi-instrumentalists - crossing the boundaries between classical and contemporary. They have performed throughout the UK and Middle East at the Royal Albert Hall, The Embassy of Switzerland and The Cairo Opera House. They are joined at The Merchants’ Hall by Jamie MacDougall, one of the country’s most versatile singers and performers. He is the nation’s voice of classical music for BBC Radio Scotland, and has presented and sang at the BBC Proms in the Park. Jamie has also worked with the top chamber and symphony orchestras.


Sloans Opera

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Sloans Bar, Glasgow

Full Show times are as follows: Sunday 24th July – 2pm Tuesday 26th July – 7pm Wednesday 27th July – 7pm Thursday 28th July – 7pm Friday 29th July – 2pm & 7pm Sunday 31st – 1pm

‘’…amazing and often quite magical ’’ - Alan Cooper STV

The Sloans Project has got to be one of the most mesmerising and magical events you are ever likely to experience. From the first unearthly sound of high pitched glasses to the heart wrenching chorus at the end you will be taken on a unique journey. Unpretentious and utterly brilliant The Sloans Project is a must see operatic feast taking you through all the rooms of this beautiful Grade 1 listed building.