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Home > Open Fund: Ailie Robertson, Donald Grant, David Fennessy, Aidan O’Rourke, Alasdair Nicolson

Open Fund: Ailie Robertson, Donald Grant, David Fennessy, Aidan O’Rourke, Alasdair Nicolson

Open Fund: Ailie Robertson, Donald Grant, David Fennessy, Aidan O’Rourke, Alasdair Nicolson

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Airs Jigs and Reels

Airs Jigs & Reels is a brilliant new work for string trio, commissioned by Ensemble Perpetuo as a partner work to Bach’s iconic Goldberg Variations. Scottish musicians Aidan O’Rourke, Alasdair Nicolson, Ailie Robertson, David Fennessy and Donald Grant bring an exciting mix of classical and traditional influences to the new trio. The premiere will be at St. Magnus International Festival in June 2018 and Perpetuo can’t wait to perform it around the country.

Ensemble Perpetuo is a dynamic and versatile collective of musicians who perform a wide variety of traditional and contemporary chamber music in new settings. Founded in 2013 by British oboist, James Turnbull, Ensemble Perpetuo aims to bring chamber music to new audiences through exciting collaborations and innovative repertoire choices. The Ensemble seeks to experiment and augment the concert experience through multi-art form collaborations through partnerships with composers, theatres, dance companies, chefs, artists, photographers, film makers and digital studios.

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