Highlights include appearing in Florence for Luciano Berio; award-winning film, TV and performance projects with Judith Weir; appearing as part of a Tracy Emin exhibition at MOMA, Oxford; and extensive touring to festivals in Japan, Europe, Scandinavia and the USA – with productions for Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Tete-a-Tete Opera Festival, ZKM in Germany, Gothenburg Opera, IRCAM, Radio France and a Gamelan Dubstep collaboration with the Hallé Orchestra. Current performance projects include Minerva Scientifica which is continuing to develop collaborations and touring throughout the UK.
evt has worked on many significant projects UK wide, including “Clothesburger” with Errollyn Wallen, Pegasus Opera, 417 children and the South Bank Centre, London; the Young Composer of Dyfed, Wales; Henley Festival; BBC Education Programmes; English National Opera; The Great Tapestry of Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland. We are currently working on performance and composition projects with a diverse group of primary and secondary schools which focus on the links between music and science.
Research and Development:
evt’s Minerva Scientifica project has seen us working closely with female composers and scientists at King’s College London and Newcastle University. Most recently we have collaborated with the SHINE Project, St. Andrew’s University and we are now progressing a project featuring biochemistry and Alzheimer’s with scientists from the Serpell Lab and Professor Nicholas Till – Centre for Research in Opera and Music Theatre – at the University of Sussex.
Minerva Scientifica sets out to shine a light on Women Scientists and Composers in history and the present day, telling remarkable stories of women who have succeeded against the odds, inspiring the next generation of women to smash through the glass ceiling.