Etch Festival

Etch Festival

Published: May 27, 2021

The Etch Festival is a student-led initiative that showcases music, performance and the natural landscape of Scotland. Created as a response to climate change and the COP26 conference, this festival hopes to bring together conversations around live art and nature, and change the perception of what music is and where it can be performed. 

This performance took place at Cuningar Loop in May and featured students from across the School of Music.

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