Red Note: Noisy Nights Hybrid
- 9 Oct 2020, 6 p.m., YouTube, Online, None, YouTube Channel
Repertoire Specula Seculorum, by Fionn Power; Raindrops, by Thomas Sewell; Cerulean, by Alika Arnott; Autumn Bazaar, by Archie Wallace; The Brakes Are Off, by Peter Hughes; LP 816-60, by Viktor Seifert
As we move slowly but hopefully towards the return of live events, at Red Note we are excited to play together again with these outstanding musicians:
- Ruth Morley – Flute,
- Tony Moffat – Violin,
- Robert Irvine – Cello.
Noisy Nights provide an outlet to hear emerging new musical ideas and voices. This first Noisy Nights Hybrid edition puts the focus on the talent of young school-age composers. Following call for scores, opening a challenge for composers still in high-school full time to write a short piece for flute, violin and cello, we are looking forward to presenting these 6 brand new compositions.
Tune in to the concert on our YouTube channel on Friday 9th October at 6PM and join us supporting this young generation in contemporary classical music.
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Red Note is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner.
Performers Red Note
Submitted by Red Note
- 31 Oct 2020, 19:30
["Giants, Causeways & Consequences", Claire McCue]
- 05 Nov 2020, 19:00
[Ether/Real: an exploration of graphic scores]
- 10 Nov 2020, 19:30
[Cumnock Tryst presents Pete Stollery]
- 12 Nov 2020, 13:00
[Sonic Bites: The Owen Wilson Elegies]
- 18 Nov 2020, 14:00
[Writing your own funding application]
- Workshop using Dorico Pro with Steinberg Media Technologies
- Composing for Media
- Stillness performed at Hebridean Dark Skies Festival 2021
- Digital Connections Through Culture China / Scotland Pilot
- Hardship Fund for Creative Freelancers
- Connections Through Culture South East Asia