Photographer: Jassy Earl

Greg Sinclair | Scotland | Theatre

A Piece Of You

Have you ever wanted your very own song written and performed specially for you?

A Piece of You is an online live interactive performance for up to two children and a guardian at a time; a private concert over Zoom. After a brief chat, performer Greg Sinclair will turn your thoughts and feelings into your very own music score using colourful and expressive graphic notation. Greg will then play your music on his cello from his home in Edinburgh, in this unique piece all about you.

Your unique music file will be sent to you after the event and your score will follow by post, so that you can continue to enjoy the music in your own time.

One ticket only required per family. Each booking lasts 30 minutes.

What do I need to do before engaging with this activity?

You will need a device such as a laptop, tablet or phone, with a camera and microphone function, a good internet connection and Zoom (You can download Zoom for free from this link:

A parent/guardian must accompany the child/children on the Zoom call for the duration of the event.


Greg Sinclair & Scottish Theatre Producers

Greg Sinclair

Greg Sinclair is an award-winning performance artist, composer and cellist from Edinburgh, Scotland.

He makes performance work in a variety of ways, with a focus on music, sound and movement. His work is often made in collaboration with other artists, children and young people and community members.

Scottish Theatre Producers

Scottish Theatre Producers provides both year-round and one-off producing support for multiple artists and companies, including Greg Sinclair, The Polar Bears and Ailie Cohen Puppet Maker. STP undertakes artist development, strategic company development, international tour building and financial management and also instigates a number of one-off productions and co-productions.

'...allows you to take adventure into the bits of your consciousness you normally hide from yourself!' - All Edinburgh Theatre


A Piece Of You will take place online via Zoom.

You can download Zoom for free from this link:

For a guide on how to use Zoom, click here:

It is recommended that you download Zoom an hour before joining the performance so that you are all set up and ready to go!

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