As part of the Northern Connection collaboration, we’re happy to welcome composer Tine Surel Lange to Scotland for a development workshop ahead of the premiere at soundfestival in October of a new work commissioned by Red Note Ensemble and Sound.
The Scottish Classical Sustainability Group (SCSG), which we are part of, has recently launched its report ‘Classical Music and Train Travel in Scotland 2022-23’.
Five composers will have the opportunity to develop works of around 5 minutes for double bass and marimba working alongside Iain Crawford (double bass) and Tom Hunter (marimba) from Red Note and composer (TBC).
As part of the Made in Scotland Showcase, Red Note Ensemble presents Iconnotations with Matthew Hawkins.
Are you an emerging composer interested in learning more about working with community groups?
We are delighted to present this programme of new music for horn and ensemble which was unable to take place during soundfestival 2020 due to Covid restrictions in place at the time.
Enjoy five World Premieres of new works for flute and electronics
Sound’s October mini-festival will be delivered entirely online. Tune in to enjoy the world premiere of Ben Lunn’s new work.
Five composers will have the opportunity to develop works for solo flute and electronics working alongside Ruth Morley (flute) from Red Note and composer Alistair MacDonald.
After touring the European continent, Red Note is glad to perform Aeolian back in Scotland in the newly restored East Linton’s Mart.