Music at Paxton …Plus

We are pleased to present two informal Sunday afternoon concerts featuring talented young musicians embarking on a professional career…come and try!

Why not make a day of it? Paxton House will be open from 10am, with plenty on offer; tours of the house, formal gardens, extensive grounds and boat trips on the Tweed. The Stables Tearoom will be open 10am-5pm offering lunches and light refreshments.

Tickets are free of charge; reservations: | 07719 702265

For bookings (not always necessary), please contact Paxton House: 01289 386905.

Sunday 15 May 2.30pm

Picture Gallery, Paxton House

(doors open 2.00pm)

Foyle-Štšura Duo

FoyleStsura_1_credit_AlastairMerrill (Photo credit: Alastair Merrill).

Michael Foyle, Violin | Maxim Štšura, Piano

Programme to include works by Ravel, Bartók, Elgar and Kreisler.

“…excellent and well-matched duo.”
–Classical Source


Foyle- Štšura Duo, critically acclaimed for their interpretations of works from the 17th Century to the present day, won the Salieri-Zinetti International Chamber Music Competition and Beethoven Piano Society of Europe Duo Competition in 2015.

They perform in the UK’s most prestigious concert venues, including Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Buckingham Palace and St. Martin-in-the-Fields, as City Music Foundation, Park Lane Group, Kirckman Concert Society and Live Music Now artists.

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Sunday 12 June 2.30pm

Picture Gallery, Paxton House

(doors open 2.00pm)

Sirocco Winds


Programme inspired by traditional music from around the world.

“…a musical triumph.” –St Boswells Live


Sirocco winds are a dynamic and professional wind trio based in Glasgow.

Recent successes include winning the Governors’ Recital Prize for Chamber Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, being invited to perform at the prestigious Commonwealth Gala Concert in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and playing live on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio Scotland.

They also enjoy delivering education projects as part of their work as an ensemble, which involves creating new and innovative ways of introducing music to a diverse audience.

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These concerts are presented by Music at Paxton in association with Live Music Now Scotland and Paxton House.
They are supported by Gavin McEwan in memory of his late father

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