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  • Catriona Price

I'm delighted to announce a brand new collaboration with the jazz guitarist and composer Alex Roth!



The initial inspiration for Light Show came during the unusually snowy winter of 2010. I was back home in Orkney for the Christmas holidays and the snow lay heavy for days on end, cocooning my parents’ house. The constantly evolving white and blue lights drifting across the huge tree-less horizon of the snow-covered island are seared on my memory. At the time I was studying at the Royal Academy of Music, where I’d begun collaborating with Alex Roth on co-arranged songs. Back in London, we spent a day in the RAM studio and recorded most of the parts for this track. But then, after graduating, our other projects took over and Light Show sat on a hard drive, waiting for the finishing touches, for almost a decade! The coronavirus lockdown provided the perfect opportunity to dust it off, and we’re now delighted to share (finally) our debut single!


You can support our future music by buying the track over on our Bandcamp page.

  • Catriona Price

In September last year I had a chat with my home radio station BBC Radio Orkney about the BIT Collective's important #TradStandsWithHer campaign, working to stamp out sexual abuse and harassment in the traditional arts scene.



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  • Catriona Price

I loved exploring the Isle of May virtually from my flat during lockdown and writing a little string quartet piece about it. Utterly thrilled that it won a prize in Scottish Natural Heritage & Fèis Rois ‘In Tune With Nature’ competition.


Thank you x1000000 to my pals Emily Davis, Jenny Wilkinson and Alice Allen for helping me create a lockdown recording of the piece. Here’s to playing all together in one room soon.


Part of the prize was to head to the isle with the wonderful film maker Graeme Roger. See the result below!





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