Pollok House Library
Sir John Maxwell Macdonald founded Pollok House Arts Society in 1959. His vision, which continues into this century, was to provide chamber music and a convivial supper for a group of music lovers in the elegant and intimate space of Pollok House. The programmes presented include a wide variety of chamber musicians: soloists and ensembles, singers and instrumentalists.
Pollok House Arts Society holds all of its six 2016/17 concerts at 5.30pm on Sundays in the Library at Pollok House, Pollok Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G431AT. The Society is fortunate to own a Steinway Concert Grand Piano located at Pollok House.
The house is open to the public prior to 5pm and Pollok House staff are present to direct guests and to maintain security.
Drinks are available from 5pm pre-concert and at the interval. Wine to accompany supper may also be ordered at this time. A two-course supper with coffee is optional post-concert (£18), and is served downstairs in the Edwardian Kitchen, where artists and guests dine together. The last guests are asked to leave by 9pm. Supper must be booked 48 hours in advance, via the Secretary. [email protected]
“a wonderful evening in every way – great audience, lovely hall and delightful post concert meal. Thank you!” Medici Quartet
Parking is available in the entrance courtyard or nearby car park. Please make sure to allow plenty of time to park your car, as the courtyard can often get very busy. Guests are asked to leave the courtyard entrance clear for emergency vehicle access.
Pollok House has wheelchair access and help for those needing extra assistance, but please notify the Secretary in advance.
The Society’s programme is funded by ticket sales, subscriptions, donations from supporters, fundraising events and is grateful to Creative Scotland through Enterprise Music Scotland for a generous grant to support its 2016/17 season.
Pollok House Website
Please note, while tickets are often available on the door from an hour before concert, tickets are not available from Pollok House itself.