With an understanding of musical priorities characterised by committed and fearless performance and their shared interests in working collaboratively with new artists in interdisciplinary and DIY projects, they seek to push and challenge their own artistic approaches whilst creating socio-politically engaged work, with an emphasis on commissioning and developing works by emerging and UK-based composers.
Stephanie and James are currently commissioning or collaboratively developing the following pieces, which will see premieres and recordings in 2022/23:
lines going this way and lines going that way – Oscar Ridout (UK) – text by Agnes Martin – premiered 8.6.2022. – The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
mulch to feed the orchid’s flame – Yaz Lancaster (US) – text by Samuel Tongue – premiered 8.6.2022. – The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
twenty-four hokku on a modern theme – Sergi Puig Serna (ES/AT) – text by Amy Lowell
new work – Rania Chrysostomou (UK)
please contact us if you are interested in having a work performed (solo/duo, with or without electronics) or collaborating!
24.10.2021. – soundfestival Aberdeen – 11am, Aberdeen Art Gallery (solo and duo works by Sonia Allori, Georgina MacDonell Finlayson, Ben Lunn, Kevin Leomo, Aileen Sweeney, Emily Doolittle, Rylan Gleave, Ailie Robertson)
8.6.2022. – The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow (solo and duo works by Linda Buckley, Tom Green, Rylan Gleave, Yaz Lancaster, Melissa Rankin, and Oscar Ridout)
9.6.2022. – Hidden Doors Festival, Edinburgh (solo and duo works by Linda Buckley, Tom Green, Rylan Gleave, Yaz Lancaster, Melissa Rankin, and Oscar Ridout)