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Upcoming Concerts

You are invited to a Concert celebrating The Golden Age of Musical Theatre with a performance from Kirsty Duncan accompanied by Sam Clark and a Singalong (for those who wish to join in!) towards the end of the Concert, with lyrics provided!

Come along and hear the incredible songs from this era including songs from Calamity Jane, Carousel, South Pacific, Oliver!, The King and I, West Side Story and My Fair Lady!

Saturday 12th November at Auchterarder Parish Church Centre at 7.30pm 

Tickets can be purchased on the door for £8 and in advance through Eventbrite.

Saturday 19th November at St Mark's Church, Ralston, Paisley at 2-3.30pm 

Tickets can be purchased on the door for £8 and in advance through Eventbrite.

Saturday 26th November at St Andrews Episcopal Church, Milngavie at 3.30-5pm 

Tickets can be purchased on the door for £8 and in advance through Eventbrite.

Kirsty Duncan is a Mezzo based in Glasgow. Kirsty has a BA Performance: Music (2:1) from York St John University. She enjoys performing at a wide range of events, with a particular focus on Musical Theatre, Jazz and Opera. Kirsty sings at many private events including Charity Events, Corporate Dinners and her own Concerts and Events, as well as providing entertainment for Lunch Clubs and other groups aimed at Older Generations. She enjoys being part of Life Events. A big part of this is singing at Wedding Ceremonies (nothing beats singing as someone comes down the aisle!) and Funerals, which are such a privilege to be part of, and are so important.

Sam Clark

While studying for his Bachelor's and Master's in Music at Glasgow University, my primary specialisation was Composition, thus equipping me with a good grasp of how music works. However, this specialisation was followed closely by my focus on piano performance, both as a soloist and as an accompanist. Since graduating, I have worked extensively as a musician, both as a performer (as a soloist, as an accompanist, and in bands) and as a teacher. I have performed various musical styles in various different settings, including performing at weddings, funerals, and ceilidhs, with church choirs, and in a local indie band (The Deadline Shakes). 

Concerts for All

Update - May 2022 

Kirsty has started putting on Concerts again and is working with Soprano, Iona Davidson and Pianist Sam Clark. All Concerts at 2-3pm. 


25th - Auchterarder Parish Church Centre

27th - Sherwood Greenlaw Parish Church Hall, Paisley


17th  Kilbarchan Kirk Hall, Renfrewshire 

22nd - Duntocher Trinity Parish Church 

Further dates tbc...

Update  - December 2019

In early 2019, Kirsty decided to start a Concert Series that would be open to all, and attendance wouldn't depend on a person's financial situation. The Concerts would be 'Pay what you feel' - which means people give donations!

As a Professional Singer, Kirsty has to make money from her Concerts but she hoped that people would give generously so all in their community could attend, and that concerts could continue regularly - and that is exactly what has happened! 

At the time of writing, Kirsty has put on 8 Concerts so far, in 3 venues across Renfrewshire. She is in talks with many other venues, and hopes to have regular concerts throughout 2020 (Unfortunately this didn't happen because of the Covid 19 Pandemic). If you are interested in this concept then please come along and support these Concerts!

She is working with other musicians and singers to make the Concerts varied!

The reason why Kirsty decided to take the leap into organising Concerts is because she realised that she had an audience in various locations in Renfrewshire because of her work with ROAR (Reaching Older Adults in Renfrewshire) Lunch Clubs, which she has been singing as a Soloist for for 2 years, and was introduced to ROAR when her choir was asked to sing for their Lunch Clubs many years ago.

She was aware that there are not many concerts going on in those communities (particularly aimed at the older generations) so she decided to start some! 

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