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16
Edinburgh's Usher Hall
Mon
Jan
11am
Usher Hall, Lothian Rd, Edinburgh EH1 2EA, UK

Live Music Now Scotland Emerging Artists' recital with the Campus Trio, presenting a programme of original works including a brand new comission for the trio from Scottish composer Erin Thomson, supported by the Kimie Trust and Live Music Now Scotland - The Graceful Art of Walking on Stilts.

07
Giffnock South Concert Series
Sat
Jan
1pm
Giffnock South Parish Church 2 Greenhill Ave, Giffnock. G46 6QX

The Campus Trio at the Giffnock South Concert Series. The programme premiered "The Graceful Art of Walking on Stilts", (supported by the Kimie Trust and Live Music Now Scotland.

09
St Andrews Scottish Songbook: Premiere
Fri
Dec
7pm
Laidlaw Music Centre, Queen's Terrace, St Andrews KY16 9QF

Jamie MacDougall and Scott Mitchell launch the St Andrews Scottish Songbooka new
collection of 22 arrangements of Scots and Gaelic songs for voice and piano. Erin's arrangement of "The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen" (Mary Webb)  was featured and will be published in 2023.

30
Sound Festival: Fast & Dirty
Sun
Oct
11:45am
Anatomy Rooms, Queen St, Aberdeen AB10 1AP

The second public performance demonstrating the work undertaken at the Fast & Dirty residency in partnership with Sound Scotland and CityMoves Dance Agency. A 'sneak peak' will take place on the evening of Saturday 29th October at the Anatomy Rooms. 

30
Sound Festival: Spotlight Gig
Sun
Oct
11am
Anatomy Rooms, Queen St, Aberdeen AB10 1AP

Stephanie Lamprea will perform "Dúthchas" in a concert where she, alongside Fiona Winning, will premiere four new works by Scotland-based composers.

26
Sound Festival: Noisy Nights
Wed 
Oct
9pm
Anatomy Rooms, Queen St, Aberdeen AB10 1AP

Red Note Ensemble will perform 8 new works for viola, double bass and vibraphone as part of their Noisy Nights Series.

23
DanceLive Festival: Fast & Dirty
Sun
Oct
2pm
Anatomy Rooms, Queen St, Aberdeen AB10 1AP

The first public performance demonstrating the work undertaken at the Fast & Dirty residency in partnership with Sound Scotland and CityMoves Dance Agency

06
New York City: Stephanie Lamprea
Tue
Sep
8pm
Roulette Intermedium, 509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States

Stephanie Lamprea presents Quaking Aspen (New Focus Recordings, January 2022), her debut album of nature-music for voice and electronics, plus new additional works.This included "Dúthchas" and was originally presented and livestreamed by Roulette Intermedium on September 6th 2022, available to watch here.

17
RCS Open Day
Fri
June
3:45pm
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow. G2 3DB

Stephanie Lamprea premiered "Dúthchas" for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland open day as part of a Student Showcase.

08
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Wed
June
2:30pm
Glasgow City Halls, 100 Candleriggs, Glasgow G1 1NQ

Erin's first orchestral work "Pentimentum" publicly premiered by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in Glasgow’s City Halls, conducted by Martyn Brabbins.

22
George Mackay Brown Centenary
Sun
May
7pm
Laidlaw Music Centre, Queen's Terrace, St Andrews KY16 9QF

The Orkney Camerata premiered "The Rising Tides" inspired by a poem of the same name by Penni Brown. This was part of a concert titled 'Words into Music', celebrating the Centenary of writer and poet George Mackay Brown.

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