Join us for our concert at The Big Shed (Musselburgh) as part of the Lammermuir Festival, on Thursday 15th September at 3.00pm.
If you are interested to take part in this event or if you have any questions, please contact Flore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As well as the concert, participants will be needed for a focus group 01h00 before the concert and 30 minutes after the concert.
Deadline to submit interest: 14th September 2022, 12pm.
More details about the event:
Dr Charlotte Gilmore, an Athenaeum Leadership Fellow at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, is leading a research project to identify and analyse the audience attending arts events. She will lead her project during the concert with Red Note Ensemble as part of Lammermuir Festival 2022.
The Lammermuir Festival was born of a conviction that historic architecture and beautiful landscape together can create an ideal environment in which to experience great music-making. The Festival was established to bring the finest musicians together with local people and visitors in celebration of music in towns and villages nestling between the Lammermuir Hills and the sea.
Red Note return to Lammermuir Festival 2022 with Gavin Bryars’ hypnotic “Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet”.
Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet is based on a recorded loop of a homeless man singing. For more than 50 years its emotional impact on audiences has been extraordinarily powerful.
“…this contemporary music still resonates with diverse audiences after more than four decades.”
Red Note Ensemble
Mark O’Keeffe, Trumpet
Andy Saunders, Horn
Tom Hunter, Percussion
Donald Grant, Violin 1
George Smith, Violin 2
Helena Rose, Violin 3
Fiona Winning, Viola
Robert Irvine, Cello 1
Duncan Strachan, Cello 2
Iain Crawford, Double Bass