Saturday 18th June 2022
Music in the Museum
Andrea Gajic, Violinist
In June, Low Parks looks forward to welcoming violinist Andrea Gajic
From 1990, Andrea studied for five years at the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music in Moscow with Khalida Akhtiamova where she gained her Master’s Degree and Diploma in Solo Performance, before continuing her post-graduate studies with Felix Andrievsky at The Royal College of Music in London. Andrea currently teaches violin at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow and St Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh. She plays on a violin made by Nicolaus Gagliano in 1766.
Following on from previous musical successes, Low Parks Museum in Hamilton looks forward to presenting an entire season of live classical music for your entertainment and enjoyment. Our elegant 18th century Assembly room will once again play host to a wide range of professional classical soloists and groups whose virtuosic performances will charm and delight, courtesy of Classical Musicians Scotland.
With only 6 dates in 2022, the Assembly Room will be filled with beautiful music, as it was intended. Won’t you join us?
When & Where
- Low Parks Museum presents
- Courtesy of Classical Musicians Scotland