Come Hell or High Water is one of 50 new works commissioned by Sky Art’s Art 50 project, all on the theme of what it means to be British following the EU Referendum. A Citizens Theatre Community Production in partnership with the Scottish Refugee Council.
The future of classical string music rests on saving an endangered Brazilian tree. Fusing Brazilian and Classical musical influences, The Bow Maker tells the story of a German instrument maker and his Brazilian apprentice, and their journey to protect Brazil's national tree and in doing so save their profession. Development supported by Creative Scotland, National Theatre of Scotland, Dundee Rep and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Several musical collaborations with Scottish Dance Theatre's 'Do Your Thing' - a performance company of people with and without disabilities who love to dance.
Working with Rachel Maclean on her Venice Biennale commission. "one of the most original and radical voices on the contemporary art scene today."
"Finn Anderson’s score is beautifully hypnotic and provides an almost cinematic quality to the piece. it is the perfect soundtrack to accompany the highs and lows of this intergalactic adventure." (Children's Theatre Reviews)
Govanhill in the south of Glasgow is one of the most diverse communities in Scotland. Southside Stories draws on interviews with people from all generations and walks of life who live and work in the area. “Brave and impressive” The Scotsman
“Writer Finn Anderson has truly come into his own… with quality writing, a beautiful musical score, vocal harmonies that send shivers down the spine and a story that is engrossing this is a musical which hits the spot in some style” (Broadway Baby)