Scottish Ensemble

10th February 2006 at 00:00
The Scottish Ensemble's 2006 Glasgow Schools project will take place in two primary schools in Drumchapel, taking Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" as its musical starting point, and the Tramway's Hidden Gardens as inspiration. An introductory session for primary teachers last month will be followed in March by six visits to each school from members of the artistic team, which includes musicians from the ensemble, theatre director Katherine Morley, and choreographer Rosina Bonsu. The project will be led by the ensemble's education director, Paul Rissmann, and will culminate in a performance on March 16.

Contact Scottish Ensemble: tel 0141 332 4747

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