It’s been a very busy but rewarding couple of weeks for the EQ! Here’s what we’ve been up to…
BBC Radio Scotland
We joined Jamie MacDougall in the Classics Unwrapped studio. Listen to the programme on iPlayer Radio.
Lunchtime recital at The University of Edinburgh
“Just heard @EdinQuartet play Tavener Icon of Joy/Sorrow @EdinburghUni wonderful piece beautifully played…”
St Andrew Camerata via Twitter
The Cumnock Tryst
As part of our Artists in Residency at the Cumnock Tryst we had the pleasure of performing compositions by students of Doon Academy, Dalmellington. The BBC’s Afternoon Show reported on this special educational project - listen on iPlayer Radio.
Catch us, and our patron Sir James Macmillan, in this Channel 4 news report too!
Alongside the great English tenor Ian Bostridge, the Festival Chorus and Dalmellington Band we performed the world premiere of Sir James Macmillan’s All the Hills and Vales Along at the Cumnock Tryst. Read the 5 star review in The Herald.
We launched our Exile project in Edinburgh and Glasgow with a programme reflecting on isolation & remoteness. Don’t miss these upcoming Exile concerts:
Back in our home town!