Our History in Words and Music


Our History in Words and Music

Thu 13 Oct 2022

Suitable for all ages | 60mins

Free but ticketed

Book Tickets

Join internationally-renowned mezzo-soprano Andrea Baker for excerpts of her award-winning show Sing Sistah Sing! - a joyful, soulful celebration of the African American female voice. This is a one-off chance to catch a mini performance from Andrea, who will sing and share stories with a link to Scottish, Black and LGBT history. 

 This will be followed by a Q&A and an optional opportunity for audience members to share their stories and explore the idea of telling their own original stories through music and spoken word. 

 Andrea Baker is one of the artists featured in OMOS - an exhibition at the Stirling Castle of a new moving image work that pays homage to untold Scottish Black History and celebrates Black excellence and performance in Scotland.

 OMOS is funded by The National Lottery through Creative Scotland and National Lottery Heritage Fund. It is also funded by Historic Environment Scotland. This event is also supported by Goethe-Institut Glasgow. Partners include Historic Environment Scotland, Forestry and Land Scotland, University of Stirling, Dunoon Burgh Hall, Royal Scottish Academy, Cultural Heritage and Arts Assembly Argyll & Isles (CHARTS), Argyll & Bute Council, the Fruitmarket, Scene Stirling and Transmission. 

Booking Details

13 Oct - 1pm

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