Contributors to 'If music be'
John Wallace, Principal of RSAMD and virtuoso trumpet player
Raymond MacDonald, Professor of Music Psychology and Improvisation at Glasgow Caledonian University and jazz musician
Louise Mitchell, Director, Glasgow UNESCO City of Music
Richard Holloway, Chair of the Scottish Arts Council and Sistema Scotland (an organisation which aims to follow in the footsteps of the world-famous Venezuelan orchestra which aimed to break the cycle of social blight through involving young people in music)
Students from RSAMD who also participated in the event were:
Artem Akopyan (piano) - Who played Tchaikovsky's Pletnev Pas de deux from Nutcracker