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United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 18.00 
THE MAKING OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
ST JAMES’S CHURCH PICADILLY
197 Piccadilly, St. James’s,
United Kingdom
020 7734 4511
http://www.moonlightsymphonyorchestra.com/concerts/

Tickets: £15/£5
Saturday 29 September
6pm: THE MAKING OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
Moonlight Symphony Orchestra
David Wordsworth, conductor
Philip Cashian, composer
Presented by the Moonlight Symphony Orchestra, this evening's event is a contemporary music workshop, taking a look at 20th and 21st century music-making, techniques and innovations. Philip Cashian and the Moonlight Symphony Orchestra under their conductor David Wordsworth will discuss and deconstruct a series of works in progress by selected composers – a fascinating opportunity to observe the creative process in action. Following tonight’s event, the composers will complete the works, which will be performed in full at a concert at St James’s on 2 November.




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United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 20.00 
THE MAKING OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC CONCERT
ST JAMES'S PICADILLY CHURCH
197 Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
United Kingdom
020 7734 4511
http://www.moonlightsymphonyorchestra.com/concerts/

Tickets: £15/£5
Saturday 29 September
6pm: THE MAKING OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
Moonlight Symphony Orchestra
David Wordsworth, conductor
Philip Cashian, composer
Presented by the Moonlight Symphony Orchestra, this evening's event is a contemporary music workshop, taking a look at 20th and 21st century music-making, techniques and innovations. Philip Cashian and the Moonlight Symphony Orchestra under their conductor David Wordsworth will discuss and deconstruct a series of works in progress by selected composers – a fascinating opportunity to observe the creative process in action. Following tonight’s event, the composers will complete the works, which will be performed in full at a concert at St James’s on 2 November.





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United Kingdom
 Saturday, October 06, 2018 at 1.00pm 
Tlatelolco
Unitarian Chapel, York
St Saviourgate
United Kingdom
http://www.latemusic.org

Tickets: £5/3
Anna Snow (soprano), Mark Hutchinson (cor anglais), Anna Marshall (trombone) and Tallulah Vigars (marimba).

Mystery remains about how the notorious massacre at Tlatelolco, Mexico, unfolded in 1968 and how many lost their lives. For its 50th anniversary, David Lancaster has created a dramatic setting of Marcela del Rio’s epic poem which re-tells the story of the bloody massacre from three different perspectives, with an English translation by Victoria Carpenter. A short presentation on the massacre and text will precede the work’s performance.

David Lancaster : Tlatelolco - A Song for Three Voices

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United Kingdom
 Sunday, October 07, 2018 at 3.00pm 
Lest we forget- A commemorative concert to mark the end of the Great War
Huntingdon Hall
24 Chapel Walk, Worcester WR1 3LD
United Kingdom
01905 611427
www.worcesterlive.co.uk/
boxofficemanager@worcesterlive.co.uk

Tickets: £16.50 (Under17s £5)
James Gilchrist: tenor
Benjamin Frith: piano


Featuring some of Britain’s best loved songs by Vaughan Williams, Butterworth, Gurney and Finzi, the concert will also include performances of Ian Venables' "Through These Pale Cold Days", and David Dubery’s "Visit" and "Home is so sad".

Ian Venables : Through these pale cold days
David Dubery : Visit
David Dubery : Home is so sad

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United Kingdom
 Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 7.30pm 

All Saints Church (Eccleshall)
Eccleshall Road, Sheffield S11 7PP
United Kingdom

Tickets: £14
Kaoru Bingham (piano)
The Muskoka Wind Quintet



Frederick Chopin : Preludes nos. 13 and 14; Ballade no.4
Sergei Rachmaninov : Prelude Op.23 no 4
Nick Ray : Recollections Book IV no.1 [2017] (Cathedral); Recollections Book II [2009] no. 3 (Starlings, Jesus Green, Cambridge); Phoenix [2017]
Francis Poulenc : Sextet

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United Kingdom
 Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 7.30pm 
James Gilchrist and the Ellipsis Ensemble
Pitville Pump Room, Cheltenham

United Kingdom
http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.co.uk

Tickets: £18.00 - £23.00
James Gilchrist: tenor
Ellipsis Ensemble : piano / flute / oboe

As part of the Cheltenham Chamber Music Series, the concert will feature works by Quantz, Faure and Telemann, and songs by Quilter, Dubery, Warlock, Dring, Gershwin and Panufnik.

Johann Quantz : Trio Sonata in C minor QV 2
G Faure : Sicilienne op.78
Roxanna Panufnik : The Generation of Love
Georg Philipp Telemann : Fantasia no.6 in D minor TWV 40
David Dubery : Swans in Flight
David Dubery : An August Midnight

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United Kingdom
 Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 1.00pm-2.00pm 

St George the Martyr
Borough High Street, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: Free admission
Carla Rees (flutes), Ian Mitchell (clarinets), Clare Simmonds (piano)

This concert explores the sonic world of bass clarinet and bass flute. The flautist Carla Rees, who has developed an international reputation for her innovative work, is joined by the clarinettist Ian Mitchell (branded 'outstanding' by BBC Music Magazine) for a programme that features the work of the London composer Robert Percy, alongside contemporaries. They are joined by pianist Clare Simmonds for the world premiere of Tom Ingoldsby’s beguiling work, 'The Cathedral' and a version of Robert Percy’s 'Beacons' for piano, clarinet and flute, in which the compositional process is shared between composer and performers.

Robert Percy : Touching the Void
Dan Kessner : Genera
Robert Percy : New Work
Tom Ingoldsby : The Cathedral
Robert Percy : Beacons

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