Usual rules apply – UK concerts only, got to be non-concession tickets available for a fiver or less. (Although I’m thinking of expanding this to £6 since that seems to be the price of a lot of things these days.) If you think your concert should be in this list, tell me about it!
Royal Academy Soloists, Clio Gould (dir.), Jonathan Deakin (cello), free entry, 6pm
Includes Tippett, Light Music, Paul Patterson’s Cello Concerto and a new work by Mi Hyun Woo, C-dega.
Academy Manson Ensemble, Dominic Grier (cond.), free, 5.05pm
More Patterson – Intersections and Westerly Winds, Bruno Gabirro’s Entre murmúrios e silêncios and James Williamson, Music for Six.
New electroacoustic works by composition students at Goldsmiths. Free, 7.30pm
Cambridge Gamelan Society, Anton Lukoszevieze (cello), free, 12pm
Music for cello and small gamelan ensemble.
Peter Hill (piano), Paul Archibold (electronics), free, 1.10pm
Messiaen, Le traquet stapezin, La chouette hulotte, L’alouette lulu, Archibold, Recoil
Stefan Östersjö (guitar), £5/£3, 7pm
Pieces by Natasha Barrett, Viking Eggeling, Michele Tadini, Henrik Frisk, Kent Olofsson, Richard Karpen and Paul Dolden.
Mainly New, Christopher Austin (cond.)
Diana Burrel, Gulls and Angels, Double Image, Piece Number 80, Schubert, Quartettsatz
Madestrange Opera: from the Soundhouse, free, 7pm
Kaija Saariaho, Lonh, Daniel Rugman, Two Shakespeare Sonnets, Michael Oliva/Deepak Kalha, The Girl Who Liked to be Thrown Around
Philharmonia Orchestra: Martin Musical Scholarship FundRecital, free, 6pm
Naoko Miyamoto (violin), Simon Lane (piano)
Works by Prokofiev, Bartók, Wieniawski and Aaron Holloway-Nahu, Breathless
Academy Brass Soloists, James Watson (dir.), free 6pm
Patterson, Deception Pass, Timothy Bowers, Sonata for Bass Trombone and Piano, Robert Szymanek, May it fill your soul, John Gardner, Quartet for Brass, Jeffrey Agrell, Jive Concerto
Gobsmack: Thinking Outside the Voicebox, £5, 7.30pm
JUICE, Curious Voice Duo, Jamie Woon, Jenni Roditi, Wan Dan
I’m definitely gonna be at this one, cos I’m reviewing it. Looks good – see you there!
Queen’s College, Cambridge
Vigani’s Cabinet, free, 2pm and 5pm (plus composer’s round table at 4)
New works by Sadie Harrison, Laurence Crane, Andrew Hamilton, Naomi Pinnock.