Brunton Classical Online

£7 per concert (plus £1.50 booking fee)

The Brunton’s concert hall may be silent at the moment, but musicians are not. Large online audiences have been accessing concerts by terrific musicians and we invite you to beat the lockdown blues with our series of uplifting lunchtime concerts, to watch at home, presented in partnership with Royal Conservatoire Scotland and Lammermuir Festival.

The concerts will be available for streaming at home from 1pm on each date and will be viewable for 2 weeks. Concerts are programmed with support from the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund through Creative Scotland.

PIANO RHYTHMS – Maurizio Reyes, piano

Irresistible musical rhythms with Bach’s Suites, Bartok’s folk music and Granados’s musical fireworks.

Tue 23 Feb from 1pm

PRODIGIES GROW UP – Resol String Quartet      

Deeply romantic and hypnotic music from Mozart, Mendelssohn and Glass.

Date: Tue 2 Mar from 1pm


Abigail Young – violin, Balazs Renczes – cello, Graeme McNaught – piano             

Lovely melodies, virtuoso brilliance and fabulous folk / traditional arrangements in this intoxicating programme from Weiner, Mendelssohn and Myst.

Tue 23 Mar from 1pm

Book at / 0131 653 5245

Following the success of The Brunton’s online pantomime Rapunzel, The Brunton Theatre Trust is keen to continue offering you a chance to enjoy cultural experiences from home, whilst the venue remains unable to open. A spokesperson for the Theatre Trust said:

“Arts and culture experiences play an important role in our wellbeing. Sadly The Brunton is currently unable to welcome people in to the building, so we very much want to provide these classical concerts as a way to digitally connect with people during this lockdown. We hope these concerts will provide an oasis of calm and escape in the middle of the day.”

As The Brunton currently remains closed, the Trust are continuing to appeal for donors to help support them to survive, thrive and continue to bring a programme of arts and entertainment to East Lothian and beyond. Donations can be made via The Brunton’s website .