Ruby Colley is a violinist, sound artist and composer who blends instrumentation found sound and electronics.
Ruby’s work seeks to unravel the connections between nature, classical and folk music. Her latest commission Edgeland is an audio-visual work that explores people including Ruby’s neurodivergent brother, and places within an Edgeland near her home.
Her debut album Murmurations was released in 2010, followed by Sussex Sessions, an EP with Isobel Anderson in 2014. Latest album Overheard was released in April 2022 and seeks to unravel the connections between human presence and nature in response to the climate crisis. A further EP Underheard is due for release in April 2023, bringing together unheard tracks from Ruby’s compositional repertoire.
On this visit to The Met Ruby will be performing tracks from both Overheard and Underheard. Expect sonic weaving of found sound and strings in a dance between nature and humanity.
Special offer: See Saltlines on March 11 and save £4!
Ruby Colley will start at 7pm on March 11 in The Box, our intimate ground floor space. However after this at 8pm on the same day there will be another show Saltlines taking place in the Derby Hall, The Met’s large first floor theatre, performed by The Gigspanner Big Band and Raynor Winn.
Why not see both shows on the same evening? We’ll give you £4 off if you book the two together; the discount applies automatically in the checkout.
Dates & Times
The Box @ The Met
£16 (inc fees)
Covid Safety at The Met
This will be a full-capacity event with a non-socially distanced audience; we will however still be utilising many Covid safety measures for your safety and the safety of our staff.