About Arunda

Arunda formed in 2010 after studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Royal College of Music and the Conservatoire à Rayonnement  Région  de Marseille.  

Passionate about promoting the diverse range of music available for reed trio, Arunda is constantly exploring new repertoire and enjoys bringing some of the lesser known works to the concert platform. Whether it is a formal recital, community concert, background music at a corporate event or that extra sparkle on a special day, Arunda will tailor their programme so that each performance is unique.

The trio is part of the prestigious Live Music Now! scheme, as founded by Yehudi Menuhin and also enjoy regular performances for the Music in Hospitals charity. 

Arunda has performed at the St Magnus Festival, in Orkney as well as collaborating with Japanese Saxophonist Masahito Sugihara at the World Saxophone Congress in St Andrews.

2013 has been an exciting year for Arunda with a spring tour of the Netherlands as well as recitals across Scotland including the Music at Paxton Summer Festival of Chamber Music.

Arunda is very excited to be part of the 2013/14 Emerging Artists: Sound Check series in association with Live Music Now! and the Usher Hall.

As well as being passionate about chamber music, the members of the trio are dedicated orchestral players and can often be seen playing with the leading Scottish orchestras such as the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra of Scottish Ballet.  Members of the trio have shown their versatility by taking to the stage for some Musical Theatre or recording for bands such as Belle and Sebastian.