ECHOES is a touring project, highlighting the work of Scottish Women Composers and Scientists from history and the present day and their connections to each of 9 locations in Scotland, reaching 3000 people.
Frances M Lynch and electric voice theatre (of which she is Artistic Director), will join forces with scientists, school children, community musicians and singers to create and perform new work at each location.
Echoes Minerva Scientifica Tour 2018 – 2019
Ebba Centre St Abbs Monday 6.30pm June 18th
St Abbs Visitor Centre Tuesday 10am – 5pm July 3rd
The Engine Shed Stirling Tuesday Sept 18th
The Big Shed Aberfeldy Saturday Sept 22nd
An Cridhe Isle of Coll Saturday Sept 29th
Community Centre Strathpeffer Tuesday Oct 2nd
Lyth Arts Centre Caithness Saturday Oct 6th
Kirkcaldy Old Kirk Fife Friday Feb 22nd 7pm
Beacon Arts Centre Greenock Friday March 8th
May Festival Aberdeen May (date tba)
TechFest Aberdeen Sept (date tba)
Echoes – Berwickshire Coast
2 unique events
Celebrating the work of local women scientists and school students
Monday June 18th 6.30pm Ebba Centre, St Abbs TD14 5PH
British Sign Language Interpreted
WORLD PREMIERE of the complete “STORMSONG 1881” written and Performed by Eyemouth High School Music Students, with performances of new music by Eyemouth Primary School, electric voice theatre and short talks by Meteorologist, Marjory Roy and Marine Biologist, Karen Diele.
Donations on the door; Suggested amount £5 Adult £2.50 Children
Donations will be divided equally between St Abbs Community Trust SCIO Charity Number: SC022555 and electric voice theatre
To book: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 018907 71557
Tuesday July 3rd St Abbs Visitor Centre 10am – 5pm
Join us for the opening day of a permanent exhibition telling the story of the Great Storm of 1881 through the music of Eyemouth High School Students, created from the meteorology of Marjory Roy.
Meet the Meteorologist and some of the musicians and composers for an informal chat!
(British Sign Language Interpreter available from 10am – 1pm)
CD’s available at the Centre £5 each.