Thursday 28 September
 7pm

(Approx running time 100 mins inc 20 min interval)

£20 / £15 

Under 16s can get free tickets for the Festival

Festival Pass – Priority Booking and a 20% discount


Cumnock Town Hall, 62 Glaisnock Street, KA18 1BY

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Mozart  Serenata Notturna
Purcell  Fantasia on 1 note
Debussy  Music from Epigraphes Antiques
Fauré  Berceuse
Prokofiev  Vision Fugitives
Stravinsky  3 pieces no 1 and no 2

Tippett  Lament (variation from Sellinger’s Round) 

Dave Maric  New Work for Solo Percussion, Solo Piano and Electronics and Ensemble world premiere

Stravinsky  Concerto in D


Supported by PRS for Music Foundation, Hinrichsen Foundation and Hillhouse Quarry Group Ltd

Our artists in residence this year are the brilliant string players of Scottish Ensemble, joined in this opening Tryst concert by the world-renowned Scottish percussionist Colin Currie. 

The programme culminates in the world premiere, co-commissioned by The Cumnock Tryst, of a new concertante work by and performed with the unique composer Dave Maric, who has produced numerous works for the concert hall, stage, TV and film. He has been championed by some of the world’s great performers including Colin Currie, who joins us at the Tryst fresh from a whirlwind of international performances of solo recitals and concertos.

Scottish Ensemble’s programme for Cumnock is an exciting procession through musical history from the Baroque splendours of Purcell, the classical genius of Mozart, the soft, French, pictorial romantic beauty of Debussy and Fauré, and the energetic modernism of 20th century Russians, Prokofiev and Stravinsky.
— Sir James MacMillan