As of mid-2020, the news from Scottish Voices includes two special recent and forthcoming events:

(1) A recent visit (in April 2019) to Virginia in the United States, to perform and to record further items for issue on another Ravello CD in due course.

An announcement of a performance during this visit appeared on the website of Radford University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts:

(2) the forthcoming issue of our next CD on the American label Ravello.

This CD contains works by Scottish, American and Australian composers for cohorts of up to 8 voices, a cappella, accompanied by organ (Kevin Bowyer, organist) or by electro-acoustic sound:

  • Graham Hair: Colours (3 voices with harp, vibraphone and chamber organ);
  • Graham Hair: Lament for Hagia Sophia (8 voices and electro-acoustic sound);
  • Bruce Mahin: Sonnetas (4 women’s voices and organ);
  • Bruce Mahin: Melancholy Sonnet (4 women’s voices and vibraphone)
  • Jonathan Stephens: The Guarding of the God of Life (4 women’s voices and organ);
  • Jonathan Stephens: Paean (organ solo);
  • Edward McGuire: Celtic Knotwork (3 women’s voices a cappella);
  • Alistair MacDonald: Salutation (harp and electro-acoustic sound);
  • Tom Hall: the map has been barely marked (4 women ‘s voices and electro-acoustic sound);
  • Nicky Hind: The Well (3  women ‘s voices and electro-acoustic sound).