Top musician hits right notes for Aberdeen audience
WORLD-RENOWNED percussionist Evelyn Glennie played to a packed audience in Aberdeen at the week-end.
The Methlick-born musician, who was made a dame for services to music, performed at the city's Music Hall.
She has composed numerous works, regularly performs around the world and often plays more than 60 instruments during a single live performance.
At the concert, called Shadow, she performed alongside improvisational guitarist Fred Frith and pianist Philip Smith as part of the sound Festival which will run a daily programme of events across the north-east until November 27.
Aberdeen University, along with the Music Hall and Aberdeen Art Gallery will be the venue for some of the performances and talks.
The festival is a celebration of new music and concerts will be performed at venues throughout the north-east.
Highlights include The Hebrides Ensemble at Banchory on November 4 and saxophone and piano act Ephyra Duo at Banff on November 8.
Reproduced with the permission of Press and Journal