Music for a Summer Evening concert by Dunblane Cathedral Handbell Ensembles in Dunblane Cathedral on Sunday 9 June at 7.30pm
The medieval walls of Dunblane's magnificent Cathedral will reverberate with the beautiful sounds made by over 30 handbell musicians presenting a concert of Music for a Summer Evening on Sunday 9 June at 7.30pm. Presented by Dunblane Cathedral Handbell Ensembles, with ages spanning 7 decades in 3 ensembles performing on the largest range of handbells in Scotland.
Tickets £8 (concessions £5, children free) available in advance from Smallprint, Beech Road, Dunblane, or Kilmadock Visitor Centre, Doune, or Bridge of Allan Post Office or at the door on the night.
Dunblane Cathedral's handbell ensembles have an international reputation and have appeared many times on television.
Handbells are one of the world's oldest instruments yet the handbells used today are sophisticated precision instruments which produce a beautifully rich sound. Dunblane Cathedral has Scotland's largest range of handbells and this concert gives the opportunity to hear children as young as 8, through to teenagers and adults perform a wide range of music. And handbells are very much a visual instrument too as audiences enjoy the synchronised movement of the shining handbells