AGAP e-newsletter: July 2019 Film Club & Edinburgh Fringe
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Dear friends,

We are advertising a few events from other Arts-based organisations. Please take a look below as they include The Academy of Sacred Music's beautiful choral concert in Rutherglen tomorrow night, Russkaya Cappella's 10th Anniversary Choral concert on 22nd June and The Praise Gathering is coming to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on 22nd & 23rd June. Please see the video below for more information.

Don't forget AGAP's performances of Sign of Contradiction: The Passion Story at the Edinburgh Fringe on 10th & 11th August along with 3 more performances in neighbouring Dioceses beforehand:
Sat 13th July - St Mary's, Lochee, Dundee
Fri 19th July - St John's, Barrhead
Sat 20th July - St Bride's, East Kilbride

If you missed it in Glasgow over Lentfest, or would like to see it again and bring your pals, please go to our Eventbrite page and book your tickets. For tickets for the Edinburgh Fringe performances, please contact them directly. All details are below.

We also have our regular monthly Film Club and Reel Kids Cinema Club for July and the films for those are on the posters below. To book, click on the Eventbrite page link above or call 0141-552-5527.

God Bless, 

The AGAP Team

To mark the choir's tenth anniversary, Russkaya Cappella will present an evening of Russian choral masterpieces rarely performed in the UK.

For the first time ever in Scotland we shall be performing the cantata John of Damascus by Sergei Taneyev (1884), the famous Russian composer with Scottish forebears.

Our programme will include religious and secular music by Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Kastalsky, Gretchaninoff, Chesnokov as well as composers of the Russian Diaspora for a cappella choir.

Pianist Ivan Penev will perform Dumka by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff's Moment Musical No. 3.

It will be held on 22nd of June 2019, 6.00 pm, at the Glasgow University Chapel.

Tickets not required: donations gratefully received.

Come to Praise Gathering 2019 on 22nd & 23rd June in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Come hear a 400 voice choir from over 150 Scottish churches, live band, PG Youth Choir, and special guests. More info at

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