Musical productions coming to Oban

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The Kapten Piano Trio are performing in St John’s Cathedral in Oban next Sunday, November 18, at 3pm.

The Kapten Piano Trio will play Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B flat, Op 11 Gassenhauer; Debussy’s Piano Trio in G major; Christos Hatzis’s Old Photographs (2008); and Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio No 1 in D minor, Op. 49

Tickets will be £10 to non-members at the door.

Two other events may be of interest to members and supporters.

Navigate the Blood – Noise Opera with Admiral Fallow is at Oban Distillery
tonight (Thursday November 8) at 7.30pm.

Noise (New Opera in Scotland Events) presents a new opera, Navigate the Blood, by indie folk-rock band Admiral Fallow and Gareth Williams. The opera is set in the world of whisky and gin manufacturing and will be touring distilleries throughout Scotland until November 24.

Navigate the Blood follows the story of Bob and Lena, a husband and wife running a small independent distillery in rural Scotland. Their son Liam disappeared in mysterious circumstances three years ago. Living and working with them is a young Polish woman named Agata. She wants to modernise the distillery by making gin as well as whisky. Into this situation comes Elijah, a young man with a strange, other-worldly presence. Elijah looks and moves very like the lost boy…

Lorn Chorus – A Little Night Music is a musical evening presented by the Lorn Chorus Friday November 16 at 7.30pm at St John’s Cathedral.
Admission is by donation, with proceeds shared by Marie Curie and St John’s Cathedral.