In her most intimate work, cellist Justyna Jablonska explores how identities are made, unmade and remade in music. Audiences accompany her on a personal and musical journey from Poland to Scotland. Evoking the physical space of a train station’s “lost and found”, she blends the raw melancholy of Roma and Jewish folk with electronica and the otherworldly tonal textures of the Communist-era’s “Warsaw Autumn”. This compelling new show combines virtuoso work on the cello with video and spoken word to create ethereal soundscapes where composed and improvised unite.
Please note the following show(s):
August 25-27th – Relaxed Performance
Ed McKeon, Founder and Director of Third Ear Music, is talking about Lost and Found and why this show was selected to be a part of Made in Scotland showcase.