In association with
National Museums Scotland
Professor of Theatre at Hull University Christopher Baugh explores the ways in which new technologies are creating new forms of theatre.
Clarinettist and Director of the Royal College of Music Professor Colin Lawson discusses the value of using period instruments today with Alexander Hayward of National Museums Scotland.
Cybraphon, the autonomous and emotional robot band, joins the permanent collection of National Museums Scotland.
Hamish Innes-Brown from the Bionics Institute Melbourne draws on the experience of commissioning music for cochlear implant users to explore how artists utilise and influence technology.
Music since recording is a new art form, which bears only as much resemblance to traditional, performed music as cinema does to theatre. Brian Eno shares his thoughts.
What effect did changes in the instrument have on the music written for it? The session offers insights into three centuries of music at the keyboard.