Letters for Peace by Graeme Stephen
Inspired by the stories and letters of conscientious objectors who refused to fight during the First World War, award winning composer and guitarist Graeme Stephen’s powerful performance weaves together music, spoken word and image to engage with the public perception of war, highlighting the sacrifices objectors made in the name of peace.
With the acclaimed Shetland-born Violinist Chris Stout, Patsy Reid on Viola, Alice Allen on Cello, Lizabett Russo on Vocals and the Voice of Nitai Levy.
“Stephen’s daring writing and willingness to complement conventional lyricism with sonic experiment makes for a powerful experience” The Scotsman
Graeme Stephen was born in Aberdeen, Scotland and has been playing guitar since the age of 9. Today he leads and contributes to a multitude of musical projects in Scotland and overseas, playing a wide array of styles from free improvised jazz to Scottish folk. Stephen’s peerless improvisational skills and talent for composition make him one of Scotland’s most exciting and prodigious musical talents.
English language with French and Flemish captions
Please note: The Tailor of Inverness will be presented at 7pm at beursschouwburg before Letters for Peace. If you would also like to book a ticket for The Tailor of Inverness, click on 'View More Events' when you reach the basket page to navigate back to find the show.