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Key Dates

Key Dates

1st July
Launch of TheoArtistry and ITIA Call for Composers Competition.
1st September
Deadline for applications to the TheoArtistry Composers Scheme.
7th November
1st TheoArtistry Workshop with Sir James MacMillan and Dr George Corbett. Composers on the TheoArtistry Composers Scheme are teamed up with research students in ITIA to form theologian-composer partnerships.
13-20 February: New Music Week

Wednesday, 15th February, 4-6 pm

Auditorium, St Leonard’s School (admission FREE)

Sir James MacMillan Open Rehearsal with St Salvator’s Chapel Choir of music for the TheoArtistry CD

Thursday, 16th February, 8pm

St Salvator’s Chapel (admission £10, £8, £5)
Sir James MacMillan Concert, with music inspired by the TheoArtistry theme of Annunciations.

Sunday, 19th February, 2-6pm

St Leonard’s Chapel (admission FREE)
2nd Theoartistry Workshop with Sir James MacMillan, Dr George Corbett and St Salvator’s Chapel Choir. The workshop and performance of new choral pieces composed as part of the TheoArtistry Composers Scheme 

1-3 March: TheoArtistry and Sir James MacMillan 3-Day Festival
Wednesday, 1 March
13.10:              SCO Lunchtime Concert, featuring music by Sir James MacMillan (Byre Theatre)
14.30:              Music Talk (Younger Hall Rehearsal Room)
17.30:              Ash Wednesday Choral Evensong with music by James MacMillan (St Salvator’s Chapel)
 Thursday, 2 March
19.00:              Pre-concert Talk
19.30:              World Premier of Sir James MacMillan, Concertino for Horn and Strings (Younger Hall).
Friday, 3 March
11-1:                ITIA Research Seminar, (St Mary’s College Hall).
24-30 June
Recording of ITIA-St Salvator’s Chapel Choir, TheoArtistry CD.
1st September
Launch of TheoArtists database.
6-7 March
TheoArtistry Festival, St Mary’s College and Parliament Hall, University of St Andrews.