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Music: Electro-Acoustic Concert

Thursday 2 December 2021 20:00-21:00

Join us as we welcome violinist Diane Aidenbaum, cellist Timothée Botbol and electronic musician Pascal Savy  for an electronic-acoustic concert at the Institut français d’Ecosse.

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Electro-acoustic concert with violinist  Diane Aidenbaum,
cellist Timothée Botbol and electronic musician Pascal Savy 

Electro-acoustic concert

Thursday 2 December 2021 at 8pm

£12 | £10 IFE members and concession


About the group

Drawing inspiration from classical repertoire and electronic composition and improvisation, violinist Diane Aidenbaum (Co-Founder of East Dulwich Violin School), cellist Timothée Botbol Duo Botbol-Klinton and electronic musician and performer Pascal Savy invite us to a journey through new melodic landscapes in a unique concert melding classical and electronical music.

About the artists

  • Pascal Savy is a French self-taught electronic musician and performer based in London. His work has been released on labels such as Audiobulb, Eilean Rec, Experimedia or AUDIO. VISUALS. ATMOSPHERE.
    Recent concerts and albums:
    2020 : Tomas Nordmark / Pascal Savy, IKLECTIK [off-site]
    2021 : Signals, Corpora Aliena, IKLECTIK
    2022 : album Simulacra, Cyclic Law label
  • Diane Aidenbaum is the director and co-founder of East Dulwich Violin School and alumni of the Royal Academy of Music.
  • Timothée Botbol is a Swiss cellist and baritone soloist, member of the Duo Botbol-Klinton and alumni of the Royal College of Music.

photo (from left to right):
Pascal Savy © Pascal Savy – Diane Aidenbaum © Studio 52 London - Timothée Botbol © Patryk Stanisz

Booking in advance is advised.
Please book your seat online or contact us at 0131 285 6030 to reserve your seats.

Access Details
Institut français d’Ecosse, Salle Emilienne Moreau-Evrard (1st Floor)
West Parliament Square
Edinburgh EH1 1RF
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