After a successful pilot project in the summer of 2016, Music in the Community at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) has returned to Greece to continue work engaging refugee children in music-making and song.
Dr Brian Hamilton has won £7,500 of funding to take forward his business start up 'Roomerical'.
Through events and online dissemination, the network aims to apply psychological understandings to collaborative performance.
Date: 4 June 2017
Venue: Saint Cecilia's Hall, Niddry Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LL
Martino Noferi (recorder/oboe), Marica Testi (transverse flute), Ottaviano Tenerani (harpsichord).
Date: 17 June 2017
A concert of music for violin and continuo played by Ruth Slater (violin) and John Kitchen (organ).
Date: 9 July 2017
Rachel Harris (violin), Farran Scott (violin), Tatty Theo (cello) and Carolyn Gibley (harpsichord).
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The oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland, home to one of the most important historic musical instrument collections in the world.
Located beneath Reid Concert Hall, this studio is built to record live performances in the venue.
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