Click here to hear a sample of music from Winds at Sea
Tuesday 27th July 2021
The Stoller Hall - Manchester 6pm
Wednesday 15th September 2021
Amey Theatre - Abingdon 6pm
Winds at Sea is a new Cuillin Sound programme, a one-hour performance with a focus on film and television music alongside some great classical pieces – all presented with the wonderful range of woodwind colours.
Cuillin Sound wind quartet produce film and TV music including Boccherini (The Ladykillers) and Delibes (British Airways), plus music by film composers Malcolm Arnold and Matyas Seiber, also English music by Elgar and Peter Warlock, and Spanish music by Manuel de Falla.
Sunday 15th March 2020
Gatehouse of Fleet - Parish church
Gatehouse of Fleet is set in a National Scenic Area and on the edge of the magnificent Galloway Forest Park in the rural heart of Dumfries and Galloway. We are delighted to be visiting in March 2020.
Vivaldi - Four seasons
Quartets by McGuire, Seiber and Nielsen.
Sunday 28th April 2019
Maelor Music Society (near Wrexham)
We will be performing our "Celtic Knotwork" programme at Maelor.
‘Da Day Dawn’ - two traditional Shetland melodies
Eddie McGuire ‘Winds at Sea’
Traditional Welsh folk songs
James McMillan: ‘From Galloway’ for solo clarinet
Thomas Erskine: Overture in Three Movements
Eddie McGuire ‘Celtic Knotwork’
Melinda Maxwell: ‘Pibroch’ for solo oboe
'Heart of the Hebrides’ - music by Rebecca Mackay arr. Perkins, with projected photos by Mike Bell
‘From the Western Isles’ - traditional Hebridean melodies, arr. Perkins
January 4th 2018
Happy New Year!
We spent the first few days of the year on a rehearsal retreat to Snead, near Bishop's Castle on the beautiful welsh border. This also included the first performance of two of the four season concertos - Summer and Winter. We received some very positive feedback, and our audience are looking forward to hearing all four seasons soon.
September 7th 2017
Our first concert in our new formation at Keble College Chapel, Oxford.
We had an appreciative audience of over 100 who really enjoyed our programme
of Bridge, Arnold, Francaix and Seiber. This programme offers a great mix of serious, musically and technically demanding music in the Bridge and lighter, more humorous moments in the Francaix and Seiber.
A supper in the impressive college hall afterwards finished off a very enjoyable concert.