Julian Wagstaff, Scottish opera Composer (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)

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Song to Me


The Music and Songs of Julian Wagstaff

Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 25-28 August 2015 at 8.30pm. artSpace@StMarks (Venue 125
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(St Mark's Unitarian Church, Castle Terrace, EH1 2DP)

Song to Me - a revue by Scottish composer Julian Wagstaff

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Scottish composer Julian Wagstaff presented a new "highlights" show on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2015. The concerts featured musicians and singers from Scotland's leading ensembles and performing companies, including the Edinburgh Quartet, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Scottish Opera. Looking back on over a decade of work in the theatre and concert hall, Song to Me provides an introduction to the music of this prolific and versatile composer.

The show features a mixture of instrumental and vocal numbers, including highlights from the musical John Paul Jones, the chamber operas The Turing Test and Breathe Freely, the piano trio A Persistent Illusion, as well as rare gems such as the Saxophone/Clarinet Sonata.

Many of the works which feature in the show can be heard for free on Julian's SoundCloud and YouTube pages, or purchased on Amazon or SheetMusicPlus. Just click the links below. If you require any further information, or to request a press pack, please get in touch via the contact page.

Visit composer Julian Wagstaff's channel on YouTube Listen to Julian Wagstaff on SoundCloud Buy Julian Wagstaff / Jules Reed CDs and scores on Amazon Buy Julian Wagstaff / Jules Reed CDs and scores on Sheet Music Plus

Song to Me - Production Credits:

Marie Claire Breen - soprano
Colin Thomas Bryce - tenor

Jean Johnson - clarinet
Mark Bailey - cello
Andrew Johnston - piano

Assistant Producer - Alexander Horowitz
Stage Manager - Emily Ingram

Presented and produced by Julian Wagstaff.