Wonderful September news from Colin Riley, with two orchestral World Premières, a film showing with Q&A and a talk on Nan Shepherd and creative process!
From 10 July to 10 October the British Art Show 9 is been hosted at the Aberdeen Art Gallery. This year’s themes are: healing, care and reparative history, tactics for togetherness, and imagining new futures. As part of this exhibition there will be a showing of two films about Colin’s multi-sensory project Made 2 Resonate. There will also be a live Q&A with Colin on Saturday 10 September from 6 to 7pm, online and free but booking is essential.
On Saturday 18 September I Luften [Into the Air], which is the first movement of Earth Voices for symphony orchestra, will receive its World Première by Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alfonso Scaranoon. At 7:30pm at Helsingborg Konserthus, Helsingborg, Sweden
On Saturday 25 September Colin will be discussing writer Nan Shepherd, the creative process and the influences of nature on song-writing with Zakiya McKenzie as part of the WayWORD Festival in Aberdeen. This will be online from 11:30am to 12:30pm, a free event but booking is required.
In the evening on Saturday 25 September itself Stream-Shine for solo violin and orchestra will be premiered by Philippa Mo and the Ely Sinfonia conducted by Steve Bingham, at 7:30pm at the Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, UK
Composers Edition is proud to present Earth Voices and Stream-Shine available for perusal and purchase through our website, as well as other works by Colin Riley.
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