Music In the University
Date: Thursday 22 February 2024
Time: 13:10 - 14:00
Venue: Concert Hall, Main Building
Category: Concerts and music, Social events, Academic events, Student events, Alumni events


Violin- TBC

Viola da gamba - Jonathan Rees

Cello - Lucia Capellaro

Organ - Jan Waterfield

Long term partners, Scotland’s leading professional baroque ensemble Dunedin Consort bring their Still Waters Run Deep instrumental programme to our Thursday Lunchtime Series, with works by Kühnel, Buxtehude, Rosenmüller and Bieber, performed on violin, viola da gamba, cello and chamber organ.


Kühnel - Variations on 'Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut' - gamba & organ

Buxtehude - Trio Sonata BuxWV 267 - gamba, cello, organ

Organ solo - Froberger - Lamentation on the Death of Ferdinand IV

Rosenmüller - Sonata III a2 - violin, cello, organ

Biber - Rosary Sonata - No 16, Passacaglia - violin

Our Thursday Professional Lunchtime Series is held in the University Concert Hall which is situated in the Main Building (Gilbert Scott), just below the Hunterian Museum.
You can enter the Concert Hall through a new one-way route:
-West Quad through the main door to archive hall, which houses the toilets and Hunterian lift

Please exit the Concert Hall only through:
-East Quad entering through the Hunterian Staircase door
Here is a MAP 

We currently have no requirement for pre-booking your FREE ticket! Just turn up at 12.45pm to ensure your seat. Once the Concert Hall is full to capacity, we will be closing doors. Please note the capacity of the Concert Hall is 128 people and we cannot exceed this. Latecomers will not be admitted.

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Our Funding
Music in the University's Professional Thursday Lunchtime Series is entirely sponsored by the Ferguson Bequest at the University of Glasgow, which supports activity to foster the social side of the University. We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to offer free and affordable concerts and musical events for all through this special bequest. 

If you love our work and would like to support other areas in our public Music in the University programme, which both supports our University and public communities, and contributes to the upholding of our world class music sector, please consider making a donation or gift to Music in the University. 

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