Address: Vancouver, BC Canada

The Bach Project

In 2001 Paul Robertson was awarded a fellowship by the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts [NESTA] to explore the musical, mathematical and spiritual foundations of Bach’s work for unaccompanied violin. In the Bach Project Workshops the source of inspiration, musical harmony and the authentic dances on which the music are based will provide a new perspective and insight into the nature and structure of Bach.  Participants will experience the complex inner voices of Bach through a variety of disciplines.


Paul Robertson has been leader of the internationally renowned Medici String Quartet since its inception thirty years ago. For more than twenty years Paul Robertson has collaborated with leading scientists to explore the neurological and scientific basis of music, which reached a wide public with his highly acclaimed Channel 4 series Music and the Mind. At the 2002 World Economic Forum Summit Paul Robertson presented a World Peace Orchestra of young musicians selected from conflict-torn zones.


Maren Stott has taught eurythmy in England for over twenty years. She has performed as a soloist and with Ashdown Eurythmy, the London Eurythmy Stage Group, and Anderida Ensemble. She directed and performed the eurythmy in Rudolf Steiner?s mystery dramas which toured the UK, Europe and USA. She is artistic director of Eurythmy West Midlands. (


Alan Stott (piano) trained at Dartington College of Arts. He has accompanied several eurythmy stage groups and founded Anderida Ensemble. He divides his time between performing, lecturing and playing for eurythmy and is known for his research and translation work on music and eurythmy.


Robin Stokoe has studied all forms of historical dance and specialises in the baroque period. He has studied and worked with Lucy Graham on baroque opera. With his own dance group, which includes his partner Christine, he has performed at festivals in York, Norwich and Salisbury and at the Galway early music festival. Most recently he performed in Lully’s Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme at Emmanuel College Cambridge.