Now that things are back up and running, concert-wise, I’ll put together a list of new music on shoestring for this month, but in the meantime I’ll just draw attention to this, tomorrow evening, 6pm at the RFH:
Yes, the return (and back in the revamped Festival Hall), of the Philharmonia’s Music of Today series. I say this every year, but this remains one of my favourite regular events on the London music scene: an hour of great contemporary music, introduced by the composer, and just the right size to squeeze between finishing work and starting the rest of your evening. And it’s FREE. This year begins with Péter Eötvös’s Chinese Opera, which is not an opera at all.