One of the oldest established orchestras in the UK – Glasgow Orchestral Society – will be playing at Sherbrooke St Gilbert’s Church in Nithsdale Road, Pollokshields on Saturday 22 May. The 60 strong band of talented musicians will perform Verdi’s Nabucco Overture, Brahms, Violin Concerto, and Tchaikowsky’s 4th Symphony under the baton of Conductor Marco Romano. Founded in 1870, the orchestra is composed of amateur musicians who play at professional level. The concert starts at 7.30pm with tickets on the door at £10 or £6 concession. See their website: www.gos.org.uk for information for musicians interested in joining them.
Glasgow City Council needs to take a long hard look at itself. Each person elected to serve this great city is duty bound to honour its motto: Let Glasgow Flourish. Flourish now means ‘What’s in it for me?’ There is no sign of the humanity or humbleness established by St Mungo, the City’s ancient Christian [...]Read this months Editor's Corner...
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