Hope Springs Eternal: Part 1

Hope Springs Eternal: Part 1

Published: September 21, 2021

Hope Springs Eternal is a new series of original digital performances designed to bring moments of joy, positivity and light to audiences around the world. 

Presented in a partnership between the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Scottish Government, the Hope Springs Eternal performances focus on the themes of climate, nature and resilience as Scotland prepares to host the world’s largest climate conference, COP 26, in November.

 We invite you to come on this creative journey with us as we premiere seven performances over seven months. Each short video will encourage you to take a breath, relax and join together to let music, drama and dance rejuvenate your day.

This series will be curated by artists from across the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland community and will include music, drama and dance performances. 

The first Hope Springs Eternal performance is available here and features dancers from the BA Modern Ballet programme. 

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