Art-Making in the Anthropocene - Concert by Katherine Wren and Nordic Viola

Repertoire Hrakingar, by Anna Appleby; Gardenscape, by Emily Doolittle; it's a sad child that destroys its own weather, by Antonia Kattou; siku, by Aileen Sweeney; Her Lullaby, by Martin Suckling; sky dance, by Ailie Robertson; Machair, by Lisa Robertson

This online concert, performed by Nordic Viola, is the final event of the RSE-Funded Art-Making in the Anthropocene series, organized by Emily Doolittle, Stuart MacRae, and Sarah Hopfinger. The link for the concert will be posted on our webpage closer to the date: 

Anna Appleby - Hrakningar
*Antonia Kattou - it's a sad child that destroys its own weather
*Aileen Sweeney - siku
*Martin Suckling - Her lullaby
Emily Doolittle - Gardenscape
*Ailie Robertson - sky dance
Lisa Robertson - Machair

* Starred pieces were selected from our Scotland-wide call for scores.

Performers Helen Brew, David Hubbard, Janet Larsson, Emily Nenniger, Anne Bunnemann, Ruth Rowlands, Katherine Wren
Submitted by Emily Doolittle

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