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Pete Stollery’s new work Call is a community piece for multiple horn players celebrating Aberdeen’s (hopeful) coming out of lockdown. The piece examines our ideas of space, something which has been compromised during various periods of lockdown, as well as the idea of calling, and responding, within space.
The main group of horn players perform at the War Memorial on Pocra Quay at Aberdeen Harbour, but they interact with horn players on the other side of the harbour entrance. Both sides join together for a rendition of The Northern Lights and the piece ends with all the ships in the harbour sounding their horns in celebration.
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