Programme for Music We’d Like To Hear, 2015

Quickly reposting here, for those who may not have seen yet. As always, a fantastic programme. All three concerts look pretty unmissable.

music we’d like to hear 2015
three concerts on three fridays curated by two composers

this edition supported by the RVW Trust, the Hinrichsen Foundation and the Canada Council for the Arts

I
7.30pm Friday 3 July
NEW ROMANTICS

Clarence Barlow – 1981 (1981)
Walter Zimmermann – Ephemer (1977–1981)
Mauricio Kagel – Piano Trio No.1 in Three Movements (1985)

Aisha Orazbayeva, violin
Alice Purton, cello
Mark Knoop, piano

Rarely performed piano trios from three composers of the ‘Cologne School’.

£8 advance, £10 on the door
advance tickets available here

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II
7.30pm Friday 10 July
SUMMER EXHIBITION

Joanna Bailie – On and Off 2 (2008)
Stephen Chase – harmoniphon vexed (2009)
Sarah Hughes – Collapsed Points for Living In (2015)
Dominic Lash – A Wilderness of Harmony (2015)
Amber Priestley – Did not feel very well at skool (31/1/1977) (2015)
Paul Whitty – this is what happens when nothing happens (2015)

New works from British composers featuring the composers performing each others’ work.

£8 advance, £10 on the door
advance tickets available here

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III
7.30pm Friday 17 July
PORTRAIT CONCERT

Music of Martin Arnold

Points and Waltzes (2012)
Slip Minuet (2014)
The Spit Veleta (2015) commissioned by Music We’d Like to Hear, with generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts

Mira Benjamin, violin
Philip Thomas, piano

A pair of recent solos and a brand new duo from this unique and fascinating voice in Canadian music, realised by two of his finest interpreters.

£8 advance, £10 on the door
advance tickets available here

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All concerts at St Mary at Hill, Lovat Lane (off Eastcheap), London EC3R 8EE (2-minute walk from Monument tube).

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