Doyenne Duo bring a programme of lyrical gems, including French flute favourites by Cécile Chaminade as well as Philippe Gaubert’s less performed, stirring 3rd Sonata. Movements from American composer Daniel Dorff’s Sonata present contemplations on the lakes of Northeast America.
Talk by Dr James Lawson.
The Bauhaus had a short life (1919-33), but its influence on art and design has been immense and enduring. It represented the modern with energy and clarity. At the same time, the principles that it embodied and reconciled so satisfactorily had a very long pre-history.
David Mach in conversation with fellow Fifer, Ian Rankin
Chris Duffy's talk about his unique and extensive collection of cookbooks, kitchen artefacts and the Fanny Craddock Archive was one of highlights of the Saturday talks this spring. He has kindly extended an invitation for members to visit the museum.
‘Art In Glass' Talk by renowned artist Alison Kinnaird.
Paintings by Jim Dunbar and 3D art by Andy Laffan and Gneiss Things.
Club Room 3rd July - 27th July.