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Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: St. Mary's Church

Time: 11am
Cost: £6.60

Up Close & Musical: Pupils from Douglas Academy Music School, Glasgow

By: Douglas Academy

The Douglas Academy Music School is one of the foremost training establishments for young musicians in Scotland. This concert presents some of the talented young musicians that attend the school with a mix of solo and duo performances.

Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2sPQT7B

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Song

Venue: High Church Hilton

Time: 1pm
Cost: £6.60

Up Close & Musical: RCS Voices

By: RCS Voices

RCS voices show their versatility as they present a concert of contemporary jazz and pop, in an unaccompanied more informal style.

Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2tM88ev

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: Queens Cross Church Sanctuary

Time: 3pm
Cost: £6.60

Up Close & Musical: Ensembles from the Chamber Music Project

By: RCS, Hebrides Ensemble

This concert marks the end of the AIYF Chamber Music project, led by Hebrides Ensemble, and features music played by ensembles from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and by Hebrides Ensemble musicians. Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2tVbkoL

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: His Majestys Theatre

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £18.15 - £12.50 incl. Booking Fee

National Orchestra of Scotland

By: Nyos

The National Youth Orchestra Scotland (NYoS) start their 2017 tour at AIYF under conductor Michael Francis. A highlight of the evening will no doubt be the Scottish premiere of Andrew Norman’s percussion concerto 'Switch' with NYoS patron, former member and now world renowned soloist Colin Currie. Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2uNVqc5

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Dance & Theatre

Venue: Lemon Tree

Time: 7pm
Cost: £6.60

Double Bill: Dance Studio Light (Czech Republic) & Jamaica Youth Theatre

By: Dance Studio Light, Jamaica Youth Theatre

Dance Studio Light return to AIYF with two new pieces of choreography that explore migration, identity, isolation and acceptance. Jamaican Youth Theatre presents ‘Jamaica Drum’, which chronicles the importance of the drum through the history of Jamaica.

Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2ssWpxy

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