WATER MUSIC source to sea
Water is one of Scotland's most iconic and precious resources. This immersive performance follows a raindrop from source to sea, blending photography and field recordings with music by Bach and contemporary classical and folk composers.
sounding Scotland's wild plants in music
An exploration of Scotland's plant life featuring eight commissioned works for violin and cello duo, inspired by Scottish Baroque
composer James Oswald's botanical
compendium Airs for the Seasons.
You can read blog posts written by each composer describing their creative process.
We have recently created a studio recording of the music from this programme and also a learning resource for primary aged children called TRANSPLANTED Carbon.
exploring light and sound after dark
NOCTURNAL creatures generally have a highly developed sense of hearing and sight. This performance of night music invites the audience to explore how their senses respond to light and sound after dark.
Lighting: Kai Fischer