31 May 2015 at 6.00pm
This page is updated with information about selected forthcoming concerts and events featuring works by composer Julian Wagstaff as they are announced. Concerts are also listed on concert-diary.com
Cottiers Theatre, Hyndland Street, Glasgow
American flautist Kim Hickey will give a performance of Julian's piece Hebridean Sunset Rag in an arrangement for flute and piano, as part of a concert entitled Old, New, Borrowed and Blue.
4 June 2015 at 12.30pm
Scottish Music Centre, Candleriggs, Glasgow
American flautist Kim Hickey will give a performance of Julian's piece Hebridean Sunset Rag in an arrangement for flute and piano, as part of a concert featuring highlights from the show 'Old, New, Borrowed and Blue' (see above).
25-28 August 2015 at 8.30pm
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
St Mark's Unitarian Church, Castle Terrace (Venue 125)
A new show entitled Song to Me - the music and songs of Julian Wagstaff is currently being developed for presentation on the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Performed by professional musicians from Scotland's top ensembles, and professional singers from around the UK, the production will feature highlights from Julian's chamber music, together with songs and arias from his musicals and operas of the past fifteen years. The running time will be approximately 1 hour. Click here to buy tickets.
15 October 2015 at 7.00pm (TBC)
Central London venue, to be confirmed
A concert and launch event is being planned to celebrate the release of the new CD recording of Julian Wagstaff's chamber opera Breathe Freely and piano trio A Persistent Illusion. Further details will be announced very soon (May/June 2015).
A comprehensive list of past performances of Julian Wagstaff's works can be found on the Scottish Music Centre website: