In partnership with Glasgow's Concert Halls, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra alongside the BBC Singers, Les Percussions de Strasbourg, Steven Schick (solo percussion) and an international team of sonic artists conducted by Steve Schick and Jessica Cottis gave the world premiere of James Dillon's Nine Rivers last month.
This ambitious and epic undertaking which marks Dillon's 60th birthday, brought to fruition the first complete performance of this nine-part cycle of works, which was composed over nearly two decades.
Nine Rivers took place in the multiple spaces available in Glasgow's City Halls, with performances spread between the Old Fruitmarket and The Grand Hall.
Visit our Nine Rivers Microsite to explore the Nine Rivers works, read a full synopsis, view score samples and listen to sound clips.
BBC Radio 3 broadcast the performance on 11 December at 9pm.