Rookh Quartet at sound

  • 29 Jan 2021, noon, Online Only, Internet, Scotland, UK, Event page

Repertoire The Impetuous Winds, by Jamie Keesecker; Abendandacht, by Violeta Dinescu; Quartet for Horns, by Elizabeth Raum; Head Banger, by Michael Kallstrom; Soliloquy, by Drew Hammond; Songs of a Black Butterfly, by Alisson Kruusmaa; From Lalla Rookh, by Jane Stanley

The Rookh Quartet began life in 2018 when four of Scotland's horn players decided to get together regularly to explore quartet repertoire, get out of their comfort zones and to make music together.

This programme includes two works written for the Rookh Quartet, exploring unusual sounds as well as capturing the soul of the horn.

The players of the Rookh Quartet are:

Lauren Reeve-Rawlings

Stephanie Jones

Ian Smith 

Andy Saunders


How to enjoy this event

This event will be broadcast via YouTube. 


There will be a live Q&A following the performance. 

If you would like to ask a question please post this in the live chat facility on YouTube. To access this facility please sign in to YouTube using your Google account. The chat facility is on the right hand side of the video while the screen is minimised.


This event is BSL Interpreted.

Performers Rookh Quartet
Promoter sound
Submitted by Rookh Quartet

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