Emily Doolittle’s Singing Seals

Emily Doolittle’s Singing Seals

Music Planet is excited to be teaming up with composer and zoomusicologist Emily Doolittle. The St Andrews New Music Ensemble will be premiering her latest composition in February 2018, based on her collaborative research with Professor Vincent Janik and Alex Carroll...
Concert Summary

Concert Summary

Click on the image to view the opening address by Dr Tony Prave Sunday night saw a highly successful concert with stellar (quite literally for “Mars”) performance from the Heisenberg Ensemble.  The concert kicked off with 4.6Billion years of Earth history compressed...
John Cage

John Cage

Where are we Going? And What are we doing? Modern Languages In 1961 John Cage delivered an experimental lecture on modern music, mushrooms, and more, which was as ambitious and playful in its form as it was in its content.  The audience at the Pratt Institute,...
Max’dOUT

Max’dOUT

Climate Impacts on YOU with the RSNO In 1997 Sir Peter Maxwell Davies was commissioned to write a piece of music to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the film Scott of the Antarctic. His commissioners, the British Antarctic Survey, took Max down south to experience...
The Wemyss Caves:  Out of the Dark

The Wemyss Caves: Out of the Dark

Environmental History From our early ancestors, Prehistoric music to the present, an exploration of the impact of our changing coastline and the progression of sounds across the centuries. This event will explore the use of music from pre-history to early history in...