Organiser/promoter: soundfestival in association with Aberdeen Science Centre Venue: As above (Aberdeen Science Centre) Description: Explore the science behind this year’s endangered instrument, the oboe, in an educational and interactive exhibition. Programme: NA Prices: Ticket to Science Centre required: £5.75, £5 concession/student/children 3+, free for children under 3 Booking info: NA Website: http://sound-scotland.co.uk/event/oboe-science-exhibition-sound-fest-19  

Promoted by soundfestival in association with the University of Aberdeen Music Department Dr Roger B Williams (organ) and Neill Birse (jazz piano). Works by Joe Stollery (World Premiere), Tim Raymond (Scottish Premiere), Mary Lou Williams and George Gershwin. Tickets available from: https://sound-scotland.co.uk/event/jazz-piano-meets-pipe-organ

Promoted by soundfestival The North East New Music Ensemble (also known as Any Enemy) is a local contemporary music ensemble made up of local musicians in NE Scotland and conducted by Pete Stollery from the University of Aberdeen’s Music department. In this short concert ahead of their performance with Red Note Ensemble at 7.30pm, they
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Glasgow Experimental Music Series Festival – ‘Subjects/Subjectivities’ Friday 1 November 7pm-8pm @ St Andrew’s West, 260 Bath Street Glasgow Experimental Music Series is excited to announce its first ever festival, which opens on Friday 1 November with vivid chamber music inspired by atmospheres of the natural world, intimate experiments in psychoacoustic phenomena and the experience
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Promoted by soundfestival Three new works by three very different composers featuring Nicholas Daniel’s virtuosic oboe-playing, Red Note’s “wit and bright spirit” and a star appearance by local new music ensemble in a piece specially composed by Linda Buckley for the joint forces of both ensembles. Luke Styles – Neon Highway for oboe and ensemble
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Promoted by soundfestival in association with Belmont Filmhouse In this late night event Suk-Jun Kim presents a series of electroacoustic compositions exploring humming and encouraging us to listen to those deafening silences all hums seem to gaze at and emanate from as our lips become sealed to sound. Tickets available here: https://sound-scotland.co.uk/event/late-night-sound-sessions-suk-jun-kim-electronics-sound-fest-19