19-22 February 2019

Dialogues Festival has been making a noise in Edinburgh since 1999. Twenty years on, we’re still putting on ear-opening events with artists at different stages in their careers, supporting new talent, meeting new people and giving voice to the peculiar, precise and profound.

Join us for this year’s Festival where we pack 7 concerts, 2 installations and multiple workshops into just 4 days. We’re proud to say that all of our concerts are free, but tickets are limited so reserve now and join our mailing list at the same time: digital.eca.ed.ac.uk/dialogues/

The full lineup

Tuesday 19 Feb, 4pm | Matthew Galleryinterval and instance – installation  openingget a ticket
Tuesday 19 Feb, 7pm | St Cecilia’s Hallarchive * archive – concert get a ticket

Wednesday 20 Feb, 4pm | West Court Exhibition Space, Lauriston Placepulsar automata  – installation openingget a ticket
Wednesday 20 Feb, doors 6:30pm starts 7pm | Roxy Art Housesounding physical modelsconcertget a ticket
Wednesday 20 Feb, starts 8:30pm | Roxy Art HouseMaurizio Ravalico – live solo percussion set – concertget a ticket
Thursday 21 Feb, 2pm | Alison Houselive coding workshopget a ticket
Thursday 21 Feb, 5pm | Reid Concert Hallrush hour ensemble led by Professor Peter Nelsonget a ticket
Thursday 21 Feb, 7:30pm | West Court Exhibition Space, Lauriston PlaceAlgobabez | Leslie Deere | reloc – concertget a ticket
Friday 22 Feb, 10-1pm | Alison HouseWorkshop on live coding visuals, Shelly Knottsget a ticket
Friday 22 Feb, 5:30-6:30 | Wee Red BarOrange Tip – public workshop
Friday 22 Feb, 7pm | West Court Exhibition Space, Lauriston Placepulsar automata – concertget a ticket
Friday 22 Feb, 8pm | Wee Red BarOrange Tip – concertget a ticket

Dialogues Festival is supported and hosted by the Reid School of Music and the School of Art at Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh. Dialogues Festival is a partner of the Festival of Creative Learning. www.festivalofcreativelearning.ed.ac.uk. 

Photo snippets in the header of Maurizio Ravalico by Benni Parlante.