Tuesday 29 March 2022 | 7:30 pm

Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

Ailie Robertson (harp)
The Turadh String Quartet
   Michelle Dierx & Abigail Young (violins)
   Theodore Chung Lei (viola), Balázs Renczés (cello)

Ailie Robertson, who was born in Edinburgh in 1983, is a multi-award winning composer, performer and creative curator whose work crosses the boundaries of traditional and contemporary music. Winner of the ‘Achievement in New Music’ prize at the inaugural New Music Scotland Awards, and a National Mod five times gold medallist, Ailie has received many commissions, awards and residences in UK Ireland and Canada. She is currently Composer-in-Residence for Sound Scotland and Glyndebourne Opera.

Ailie loves to incorporate the natural world of Scotland into her music. Exploring the interactions between folk, electronic and classical music, her project ‘The Living Mountain’ pays homage to the Cairngorms with field recordings and newly composed music that connect identity, memory and place. Harp, string quartet and electronics combine to create musical soundscapes that are emotive, exciting, haunting and soulful.

Music in Peebles is very proud to be hosting the World Premiere of ‘The Living Mountain’.

About Ailie Robertson

Innovative, assured and beautiful…her harp exerts an undeniable and inexorable tug at the heart strings...you know without doubt you’re listening to inspired genius.” (Scotland on Sunday)

To find out more about Ailie Robertson, please visit https://www.ailierobertson.com/


  • Adult full price £15
  • Adult discounted * £7
  • Under 25s FREE

* available to members of Biggar Music or Moffat Music Society and to adults accompanying a child under 12

Buy Tickets

Tickets may be purchased from: Box Office, Eastgate Theatre, Eastgate, Peebles, EH45 8AD (Telephone 01721 725777), or online using the button above.


Music in Peebles is most grateful to The Hugh Fraser Foundation for the generous funding provided in support of our 2022/2023 season of concerts.

This concert is subsidised by Chamber Music Scotland
through funding provided by Creative Scotland.