Aspiring young musicians put on a five-star show in aid of Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) as they held a concert in Glasgow University's Turnbull Hall on Saturday 4th November.
Some top talent. beautifully accompanied by pianist Bob Simons, brought a truly international feel to the well-attended evening to entertain the AoS supporters and friends who had gathered in the city's west end.
Performer Column, a student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), said, "We're delighted to support such a good cause as Apostleship of the Sea. It's great to see everyone enjoying such a good night and we ourselves have really enjoyed contributing towards its success."
A memorable night was rounded off with a rendition of the classical song, 'Farewell to the Sailors', before the cast received a rapturous round of applause for their efforts.
AoS Scottish Development Officer, Euan McArthur, said, "We offer a sincere thank you to all the performers. It was a truly magnificent effort. There's no limit to what they can achieve in the future with their obvious talents."
Jim Timmoney, parish contact at Our Lady and St Mark's, Alexandra, attended the event, saying, "It's great to see AoS engaging with the future leaders of our society."
Over £200 was raised on the night and it is hoped the concert could become an annual event.