Sunday 1 October
2.30pm, 5pm

£25 / £15

7.30pm, followed by post-concert champagne reception
£50 / £40

(Approx running time 90 mins, no interval)

Under 16s can get free tickets for the Festival

Festival Pass – Priority Booking and a 20% discount

A choice of either of the afternoon concerts or the evening concert is included in a Festival Pass



Supported by Cumnock and Doon Valley Minerals Trust and the National Lottery through Creative Scotland

 

Our Festival finale sees us return to the beautiful setting of Dumfries House for our three-part series of mini-recitals. The music of JS Bach played by guitarist Sean Shibe, Scotland’s young new musical superstar, in the Tapestry Room should be a delight. The Wallace Collection will then provide a brassy counterblast in the Entrance Hall with some jazzy sounds from America. The Festival comes to a close with another quintet, this time from our artists in residence, Scottish Ensemble in the Great Steward’s Dining Room. 


The Tapestry Room

Sean Shibe, Guitar

JS Bach  Lute Suite No. 4 in E


The Entrance Hall

The Wallace Collection, brass quintet

Jim Parker  Golden Section


The Great Steward’s Dining Room

Scottish Ensemble – quintet

Tabakova  Insight (trio)
Mozart  String Quintet No. 4 in G minor, K516, IV Adagio – Allegro


Our Sunday finale is proving to be a popular and pleasant day out, where our audiences promenade from one beautiful space to another, hearing music that is always fascinating and surprising, played by some of our great musicians. Dumfries House is a stunning estate and 18th-Century house and is a wonderful setting for a feast of music.

Once again there is a varied menu of different kinds of music on our last day. Guitar, brass and strings cover a wide range of aural options, presenting music from the Baroque to the present day. Come and join us as the 2017 Tryst comes to a close.
— Sir James MacMillan