Tickets costing £5 are available at the door.
There will be a coffee morning with home baking, from 10am in the Place of Paisley before all recitals.
January 25th: Alistair Savage and Friends.
February 22nd: Ralph McDonald with George McPhee
March 21st: Russkaya Capella
May 2nd: Abbey Strings
May 23rd: Peter Seivewright
June 20th: Andrew Laird(Clarinet) with Ronald McIntosh(Piano)
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