music we’d like to hear 2016

2016

much to like here.

Also, an ingenious response to the vexed question of female under-representation in new music: just programme a bunch of them.

I

7.30pm Friday 1 July

GROUPS

The Music We’d Like To Play Band

Mark Knoop (conductor & piano), Aisha Orazbayeva (violin), Anton Lukoszevieze (cello), Ilze Ikse (flute), Kerry Yong (piano), Elsa Bradley & Adam Morris (percussion) and Newton Armstrong (electronics)

Music by: Newton Armstrong, Carola Bauckholt, Bunita Marcus and Linda Catlin Smith

Shape, Colour, Memory, Architecture. Mark Knoop returns with a large ensemble to present a MWLTH commission by UK-based Australian composer Newton Armstrong, amongst rarely performed works by Bunita Marcus, Linda Catlin Smith and Carola Bauckholt.

£10 advance, £12 on the door

advance tickets available here

II

7.30pm Friday 8 July

IMPORT

John McAlpine (piano)

Music by: Tom Johnson and Chris Newman

A rare visit from Cologne by the phenomenal New Zealand pianist John McApline, a leading exponent of the music of two other exports – an American in Paris and an Englishman in Berlin.

£10 advance, £12 on the door

advance tickets available here

III

7.30pm Friday 15 July

SOLOS

Dafne Vicente-Sandoval (bassoon), Angharad Davies (violin) and Dominic Lash (double bass)

Music by: Jakob Ullmann and Eliane Radigue

Independent thinkers from France and East Germany, Radigue and Ullmann have pursued the interior of sound with focus and intensity. These intimate solo works will be realised by musicians who have formed close working relationships with both composers.
£10 advance, £12 on the door

advance tickets available here

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