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Nordic Viola's "Histories and Herstories" concert including Joy, for solo viola, will be streaming from 16:15 on Friday 16th April as part of the UHI St Magnus Conference.
Love Was His Meaning was broadcast by CAM FM radio as part of choral evensong on 15.10.20.
Nordic Viola will perform Joy for solo viola by Gemma McGregor at an online concert called Herstories & Histories at the Orkney Science Festival on 4.9.20
Love Was His Meaning will be performed by the National Youth Choir of Scotland at Central Hall, 2 West Tollcross, Edinburgh EH3 9BP on 18th April at 15pm. Love Was His Meaning, for SSA Chorus and harp, was commissioned by the Multitude of Voyces as one of four choral pieces that set verses from the Revelations of Divine Love by 14th century mystic, Dame Julian of Norwich. The other three composers are Hilary Campbell, Carol J. Jones and Judith Weir.
Orkney Camerata will perform 'Netherbow' (flute & string orchestra) by Gemma McGregor on 2nd February 2020 at St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, at 7:30pm.
Organist, Kevin Bowyer, will perform 'Heraldic' by Gemma McGregor on Sunday 8th December 2019 at 6pm at Glasgow University Chapel as part of Nine Lessons and Carols.
Gemma McGregor will attend a residency at The Red House, Aldeburgh in August 2019 to receive support to work on her new chamber opera, .
A concert by Nordic Viola featuring Katherine Wren and Gemma McGregor playing music inspired by Northern islands including Betrayal by Gemma McGregor will take place at St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, on 16.10.18.
The Multitude of Voyces have commissioned Gemma McGregor to write the third in a series of pieces for SSA choir and harp by female composers. The new work will be performed on 8.03.19 at St Thomas's Church, Salisbury, by the Godolphin Vocal Ensemble conducted by Olivia Sparkhall.
Joy, a new work for solo violin, will be performed by Sabina Virtosu on 16.10.18 at St George the Martyr Church, Southwark, London, and on 20.10.18 at the St Peter's Church, Nottingham. These concerts are part of a tour by Illuminate, a group that promotes music by women.
On Thursday June 14th at Stromness Town Hall at 7.30pm there will be a recital of music by women composers for flute and piano performed by Gemma McGregor and Kesia Decote. The programme will include Tantrum for solo flute and Always By the Shore for piano by Gemma McGregor.
Two commissions were premiered at Goldsmiths University on 8th March 2018: The Enquiry for violin and piano, and Almost White, for shakuhachi. This was the first concert of a tour by contemporary music group, Illuminate, which went on to Oxford, Brighton, Stafford and Cardiff.
'Wave Form' - a multidisciplinary installation by the Experimental Music Project will take place from 8-9pm at the Pier Arts Centre, Stromness on Friday 26th January, 2018. Gemma McGregor (musician/composer) will collaborate with sculptor Anne Bevan and scientist Michael Bell.