The Dear Green Bothy | College of Arts | Music in the University
Date: Saturday 16 October 2021
Time: 18:30 - 21:00
Venue: University of Glasgow Memorial Chapel
Category: Concerts and music, Public lectures, COP26 Physical
The award-winning Scottish ensemble the Dunedin Consort will explore music’s relationship with nature and look at how the arts can both reflect and inspire environmental concerns. Journeying between Scotland and Scandinavia, an evocative programme of old and new explores the deep-seated connections between these neighbouring landscapes, and the musical themes that course between the two.
Dunedin’s a cappella consort will premiere Yince a Paradise by composer and Lecturer in Music, Dr. Drew Hammond, set to a new text by Isobel McArthur.
The premiere has been jointly commissioned by The Dear Green Bothy, Music at the University of Glasgow, Dunedin Consort, and St Andrew’s Voices as part of Dunedin’s upcoming autumn choral tour.
Join us for a pre-concert conversation with Drew Hammond and Isobel McArthur, hosted by composer Gareth Williams at 18.30.
J.S. Bach Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden, BWV 230
James MacMillan The Gallant Weaver
Bo Holten Regn og Rusk og Rosenbusk
Drew Hammond Yince a paradise (World Premiere)
Sven-David Sandström/Purcell Hear my prayer
Traditional arr. Pedersen Norwegian Folk Songs