Laidlaw Centre for Music’s Collaborative Concert: ’Intersections’
For the last few months, Molly Proud, one of the School of Art Histories third year PhD students, has been collaborating with Kate Sagovsky, a composer from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, to create a piece of music inspired by her research into medieval miracles. Finally, after lots of meetings and discussions about wax, shrines, and miracle cures, their final composition, ‘The Shrine Keeper’s Shop’, is ready to be performed and they would be delighted if you would come and support their efforts online or in person!
The concert, entitled ‘Intersections’, will be performed in the Laidlaw Music Centre in St Andrews at 5:30pm-7:30pm, Thursday 20th April and is free to attend.
For those wanting to watch the live stream, this is the link which will go live on Thursday at 5:30pm:
"Ever wondered what research sounds like? Music about miracles, cannibalism, the illegal wildlife trade, early detection of cancer, the magnetic fields of stars and sea ice?
This Thursday, our annual collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland this year features new music based on the research from doctoral candidates in not fewer than six Schools from the University of St Andrews. The concert starts at 5:30 pm; admission is free."