Rosslyn Chapel; Poetry and Music
Friday, September 7 @ 19:30 - 21:30
We invite you to a magical evening in Rosslyn Chapel. These beautiful surroundings are filled with the sounds of music from the Miguda String Quartet and three poets read fom their own works.
Nalini Paul was born in India, raised in Vancouver and moved to Scotland in 1994. She studied at both Edinburgh and Galsgow UniversIties completing her PhD on the West Indian writer Jean Rhys. She now teaches creative writing
Finola Scott‘s poems and stories are widely published in anthologies and magazines including, The Ofi Press, Southlight, Causeway and Clear Poetry. Liz Lochead was her mentor on the Clydebuilt Scheme. A committee member of The Federation of Writers, she is pleased to be their Publicity Officer.
Henry Marsh has had six collections of poetry published to considerable acclaim. Much of his work has been inspired by his love of the Outer Hebrides and more recently he has explored historical subjects – John Knox and the Scottish Reformation, Mary Queen of Scots, the Covenanters, and themes from the Great Tapestry of Scotland. His work on Knox was selected by The Scotsman as one of their books of the year.
Kate Miguda – Violin
Simon Graham – Violin
Robert Dick – Viola
Malcolm Garden- Cello
The quartet will play Beethoven’s Op 59. No 3 “Rasumovsky” Quartet
Tickets for this event are £10 (£8 for PCAA members) from the cafe at 4 West Street or on line by clicking here
50% of proceeds will be donated to Marie Curie Nursing Home.