In 2005 Royston Maldoom, assited by his Scottish collegue Janice Parker created a work for 100 people with learning difficulties and other members of the community in a mixed-ability program, bringing together people of all ages from Scottland, Northern Ireland and London. The work to the slow movement from the mahlers 5.Symphonie was played live by the orchestra of the Scottish Opera. It was performed in a converted tram-shack, known as the tramway, now estrablished as one of Glasgows leading performance venues. The work was inspired by poems set to music by Richard Strauss “The 4 Last Songs” (Die 4 letzten Lieder). This was a culmination of a 2-years program of projects already choreographed by Royston in Glasgow and Belfast.