A performance involving Rachel Scott and visual artist Judith White. In a darkened room, Rachel plays Bach’s fifth suite for solo ‘cello. Behind her, on three screens, Judith creates a visual representation of the music. This programme has been presented in Sydney, Grafton, and as part of the Perth Winter Arts Festival in 2016. A slightly shorter version of this performance will happen in Sydney again in 2018, and Judith and Rachel are in discussions with other venues – stay tuned for more news!



A performance involving Rachel Scott and actor Paul Armstrong. This is a very intimate evening and leads to quite a different concert experience. It originated from a discussion by Rachel and Paul over coffee in late 2012, reflecting on how writers and composers often use the same themes to create their output, and what it would be like to link sound and spoken word, each performer reflecting and inspiring in turn. These concerts started were a great success in 2013, and Rachel and Paul adapted the idea as part of the ‘Shakespeare 400’ festival at the State Library of NSW. They are currently in negotiations with festivals and venues for further performances in 2020 and beyond using various themes – love and loss; death and darkness; the winter and summer solstices.

After a performance in 2017 they received a letter from the editor of the Macquarie Dictionary… “…the concert in which Rachel Scott and Paul Armstrong joined forces was a memorable one. The text was read, so more attention was given to it… the speaker was completely mindful of the music which has been chosen carefully to complement the text. The result was unexpectedly powerful…”