Performance Details

Join Scottish singer Hannah Rarity and an ensemble of SCO musicians - William Stafford (clarinet), Aisling O'Dea (violin), and Su-a Lee (cello)  - for an evening of chamber music as part of the Borders Heritage Festival 2017.

The performance features Sounding Out the Past, a new music commission for the Borders Heritage Festival 2017. Drawing on local children’s explorations of three historic houses and their grounds in May, composer Suzanne Parry and writer Jules Horne have created a multi-movement Song Cycle.

Wednesday 6 September, 6.30pm - Bowhill House, Selkirk 
Reception (drinks and canapes) and SCO Chamber Concert

Thursday 7 September, 6.30pm - Victoria Halls, Seklirk
SCO Chamber Concert, including performance by children from local primary schools.

The project offers an innovative way of celebrating and interpreting the built and natural heritage of historic houses in the Scottish Borders. It has been developed through a partnership between the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Arts and Creativity in Live Borders with support from Children and Young Peoples Services in Scottish Borders Council.

More information on the project is available here.