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4 star review: Into the New

Into the New  ★★★★

Our Contemporary Performance Practice (CPP) students put on innovative performances as part of their annual Into The New festival 2017, which has been given a four star review from The Herald.  The Pearce Institute in Glasgow hosted our final year students for the week where they inspired, taught and changed perceptions.

“As ever, the programme is a mixed bag of styles, content and intentions – all geared, however, to challenging personal and creative boundaries.”

“Students from Norway and Denmark brought their own kinship with nature into the building in three pieces that intertwined myth and mysticism with vivid, visual images and evocative soundscapes.”

Read the full review of Into the New on The Herald.

 

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