Did you know that Carluke Primrose are available for concert bookings?
A concert from Carluke Primrose can provide an entertaining evening full of award-winning musical performances. It can also be a novel way to raise funds. Some previous examples of what we have done are given below.
Please note that as we are a group of amateur musicians, we generally can only accept concert engagements at weekends; or in some circumstances, late weekday evenings. The earlier you enquire about availability, the more likely we are to be able to fulfil the dates you require.
We are always keen to explore opportunities for joint concerts.
In recent years we have taken part in successful joint concerts alongside the Preston Flute Group, Flautissimo (Southampton), Chattanooga Flute Choir (Tennessee, USA), Arctic Wind Flute Choir (Alaska, USA), FlutesUnlimited (Glasgow) and Ballylone Concert Flute Band (Northern Ireland). We also join the Choir of St Mary's Church in Lanark each Christmas.
Enquire now if your own organisation would like to share a platform with Carluke Primrose for a concert or workshop.
Holding a concert featuring Carluke Primrose Orchestral Flutes can help charity fundraisers to bring in the crowds and raise money through ticket sales and/or donations. Previous concerts have benefitted various Church groups, Alzheimer Scotland, Christian Aid and the Wayside Club Centre for the Homeless in Glasgow.
If you think you would benefit from a fundraising concert but are not really sure where to start, enquire now and we can point you in the right direction.
We are always keen to participate in music festivals and variety concerts. Recent examples of these include concerts for the Carluke Jam & Ham Festival, Uddingston MusicFest and the Glasgow Music Festival.
Enquire now if you are an organiser of a music festival or variety concert that you think would benefit from a concert from an award-winning flute orchestra.
Do you require musical entertainment for a wedding or any other formal event where space may be limited? We may be able to help. Some of our members are keen to play in small ensembles (duet, trio or quartet). Please enquire now if you wish to discuss what can be arranged in more detail.