A celebration of Aberdeen and its people.
Past, present and future.
Granite Sound took place on the streets of Aberdeen on 7th and 8th November 2015.
What does Aberdeen really sound like?
We’ve been asking the people of Aberdeen to tell us.
A unique, free, guided soundwalk across the city centre into Aberdeen's past, present and future.
Sounds of people and music and poetry.
Industry and nature and everyday life.
The grit and the glint.
Delivered wirelessly into your headphones, triggered by GPS as you walk the city’s streets.
Created by Aberdeen-based sound artists Pete Stollery and Suk-Jun Kim, with students from the MMus Sonic Arts programme at the University of Aberdeen, including music composed by Phillip Cooke and texts and poems by Wayne Price, Helen Lynch, Sheena Blackhall, Hazel Hutchison and Michael Brown.