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Edgar Meyer and the Scottish Ensemble
Performance

Edgar Meyer

and the Scottish Ensemble
March 29
Mar 29
Tuesday 7:30 PM
Spaulding Auditorium 2h00m

The inimitable double bassist teams up with the leading string ensemble for a mix of classical and bluegrass flavors.

21/22 Hop Presents

Meyer pairs his wistful, intricate originality with the Glasgow-based group's astounding technique and flair for crossing genres, styles and periods to make new connections. Together they explore the roots of bluegrass in the music of the British Isles and produce melodies of exquisite harmony. At the Hop, they perform favorites from Bach and Holst from a different perspective. The program also includes pieces newly composed by Meyer himself, who as a composer has carved out a remarkable and unique niche in the musical world. 

Generously supported by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore '53, T'54 Distinguished Artist Series Fund, Kenneth 1952 & Elle Roman Fund and the Roesch Family Fund

Photo: Jim McGuire

About Edgar Meyer
In demand as both a performer and a composer, Edgar Meyer has formed a role in the music world unlike any other. Meyer's unparalleled technique and musicianship in combination with his gift for composition have brought him to the fore, where he is appreciated by a vast, varied audience. His uniqueness in the field was recognized by a MacArthur Award in 2002. Learn more about Edgar Meyer >

About Scottish Ensemble
Scottish Ensemble is a pioneering string orchestra based in Glasgow and regularly performing across Scotland, the UK and around the globe. A constellation of exceptional musicians led by Artistic Director Jonathan Morton, SE champions music for strings, promoting the rich diversity of the string repertoire, exploring adventurous ways through which it can be presented and shared, and seeking out thoughtful ways of connecting it to contemporary life. Learn more about Scottish Ensemble >

“…the most remarkable virtuoso in the relatively un-chronicled history of his instrument” 

The New Yorker
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