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25 Nov



Germany
 Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 8pm 
Trio XelmYa - Berliner Komponisten und Gäste
Konzerthaus, Musikclub,
Gendarmenmarkt 10117 Berlin
Germany
+49 · 30 · 20 30 9 2333
http://www.konzerthaus.de/programm/trio-xelmya/461

Trio XelmYa

ALEXA RENGER Violine
SYLVIA HINZ Blockflöten
EHRENGARD VON GEMMINGEN Violoncello





25 Nov



United Kingdom
 Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 7.30 pm 
Beethoven, Webern and Kurtág
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom
02079352141
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

Tickets: £10
Midori

violin

Özgür Aydin

piano


Since making her debut at the age of eleven with the New York Philharmonic almost 30 years ago, the violinist Midori has established a record of achievement which sets her apart as a musician and innovator. Midori’s devotion to thought-provoking programmes is reflected in her recital’s combination of three Beethoven violin sonatas with the aphoristic music of Webern’s Four Pieces Op. 7 and the time-bending, sound-altering world of György Kurtág’s Tre pezzi for violin and piano Op. 14e.

Ludwig Van Beethoven : Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Op. 12 No. 2
Anton Webern : Four Pieces Op. 7
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Violin Sonata No. 6 in A Op. 30 No. 1
Gyorgy Kurtág : Tre pezzi Op. 14e
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Violin Sonata No. 9 in A Op. 47 ‘Kreutzer’

26 Nov 
 
27 Nov



Netherlands
 Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 20.15 
Orchestra members in Close-up: Shaker Loops
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Het Concertgebouw, Concertgebouwplein 2-7, 1071 LN Amsterdam
Netherlands
http://www.concertgebouw.nl

Tickets: 10-30.60 Euros
Christian van Eggelen - viool
Ursula Schoch - viool
Sanne Hunfeld - viool
Jeroen Woudstra - viool/altviool
Jeroen Quint - altviool
Gregor Horsch - cello
Fred Edelen - cello
Olivier Thiery - contrabas




John Adams : Shaker Loops
Bart de Vrees : delen uit 'Five Interludes for String Quintet'
Pyotr Tchaikovsky : Souvenir de Florence in d, op. 70

28 Nov 
 
29 Nov



United Kingdom
 Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 7.30pm 
Natasha Paremski performs Shostakovich
Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ
United Kingdom
02075898212

Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15
Conductor - Rory Macdonald
Piano - Natasha Paremski
Trumpet - Mike Allen
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


This delectable programme of spine-tingling works opens with the Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis by Vaughan Williams. The majesty of the English Renaissance meets the pre-war innocence of early twentieth-century England, as a theme by Thomas Tallis resonates through Vaughan Williams’ rich string textures. In the fascinating Piano Concerto No.1 for Piano, Trumpet and Strings by Shostakovich, the piano dominates, but both soloists shine with quickfire exchanges and rhythmic verve. The Walk to the Paradise Garden, from the opera A Village Romeo and Juliet by Delius, is a gloriously seductive work, its sumptuous orchestration dripping with nostalgia. As if this wasn’t enough, the epic Fifth Symphony by Sibelius is one of his masterpieces, building to a climactic finale with its unforgettable horn theme.

Box Office: 020 7730 4500



Ralph Vaughan Williams : Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
Dmitri Shostakovich : Piano Concerto No.1 for Piano, Trumpet and Strings
Frederick Delius : The Walk to the Paradise Garden
Jean Sibelius : Symphony No.5

30 Nov



Germany
 Friday, November 30, 2012 at 8pm 
Musik der Zeit. Speakings
Westdeutscher Rundfunk

Germany

Nicolas Hodges piano
WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln
Conductor Ilan Volkov
IRCAM computer music design Gilbert Nouno*, Arshia Cont*



Leos Janacek : Suite aus der Oper "Aus einem Totenhaus"
Hugues Dufourt : On the wings of the morning
Jonathan Harvey : Speakings

30 Nov



United States
 Friday, November 30, 2012 at 8pm 
Composers Concordance's Festival II: Concert #1: 60 x 60
Spectrum
121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor, NYC
United States
http://https://www.facebook.com/spectrumNYC

Tickets: Tickets $10
Instrumentation: Electronic Music / Multimedia
60 Electronic Composers


The festival commences with an electronic music / multimedia event at Spectrum - that burgeoning Ludlow Street venue described in The New York Times as recalling "New York’s experimental-music lofts of the 1970s and ’80s". In partnership with Vox Novus / 60 x 60, the program will feature 60 one-minute works by composers including Joel Chadabe, Robert Dick, Lainie Fefferman, Mari Kimura, Joan La Barbara, Jascha Narveson, and Robert Voisey, among many others. https://www.facebook.com/spectrumNYC

Gene Pritsker : paroxysm extract

1 Dec



United States
 Saturday, December 01, 2012 at 7pm 
Composers Concordance's Festival II: Concert #2: Soli
Faust Harrison Pianos
205 West 58th Street, New York, NY
United States
http://www.faustharrisonpianos.com/

Tickets: free
Kathleen Supové, Eleonor Sandresky, & Jed Distler

This unique concert brings together, in an intimate boutique setting, three of today's piano music stars: Kathleen Supové, Eleonor Sandresky, and Jed Distler. Each a champion with a distinctive approach to piano music interpretation and presentation, these artists perform their own compositions, as well as a triple-piano suite composed specifically for them by Milica Paranosic, Gene Pritsker, Dan Cooper, Jed Distler, and Daniel Palkowski. http://www.faustharrisonpianos.com/events.shtml


1 Dec



Germany
 Saturday, December 01, 2012 at 8pm 
Trio XelmYa - Berliner Komponisten und Gäste
Konzerthaus, Musikclub,
Gendarmenmarkt 10117 Berlin
Germany
+49 · 30 · 20 30 9 2333
http://www.konzerthaus.de/programm/trio-xelmya/461

Trio XelmYa

ALEXA RENGER Violine
SYLVIA HINZ Blockflöten
EHRENGARD VON GEMMINGEN Violoncello



Martin Gaughan : Night Pieces (4 Haiku)

1 Dec



United Kingdom
 Saturday, December 01, 2012 at 7.30pm 
Britten - Song Cycles I
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom
02079352141
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

Ann Murray DBE
mezzo-soprano
John Mark Ainsley
tenor
Robin Tritschler
tenor
Marcus Farnsworth
baritone
Malcolm Martineau
piano

Britten and Pears gave the first public performance of Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo at Wigmore Hall in September 1943. The work includes one of the composer’s finest songs, his coruscating setting of Michelangelo’s metaphysical poem ‘Veggio co’ bei vostri occhi un dolce lume’.
This programme spans the creative course of Britten’s song-writing career, opening with a sequence drawn from his many fabulous folksong arrangements and including The Poet’s Echo, a cycle of Pushkin settings written during a holiday visit to the Soviet Union in 1965.
Supported by the Britten-Pears Foundation.


Benjamin Britten : On this Island Op. 11
Benjamin Britten : Songs and Proverbs of William Blake Op. 74
Benjamin Britten : Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo Op. 22
Benjamin Britten : The Poet's Echo Op. 76
Benjamin Britten : Folksongs

2 Dec



United Kingdom
 Sunday, December 02, 2012 at  
New Music Show 3
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
South Bank, London SE1
United Kingdom
08700 606 096
http://www.rfh.org.uk

Martyn Brabbins conductor *
Huw Watkins piano +
Sound Intermedia sound projection
London Sinfonietta
London Sinfonietta Academy Ensemble

The New Music Show is the London Sinfonietta's platform for new music from the very best emerging talent from the UK and abroad. Enjoy a festival-in-a-day with performances, installations, talks and opportunities to participate.

Performances from 4.00pm throughout the afternoon and evening:

Set 1: 4.30pm
John Cage Suite for Toy Piano
Andrew Hamilton solo piece
Juliana Hodkinson Stills

Set 2: 6.00pm*
Tansy Davies Nature (London premiere) +
Larry Goves Trends in personal relationships (first professional performance)

Set 3: 7.30pm*
David Fennessy 13 Factories (UK premiere)
Andrew Norman Try (London premiere)
Gerald Barry Lisbon

Late-set: 9.00pm with Oliver Coates and guest artist Serafina Steer
Alvin Lucier Music for cello and one or more amplified vases
Serafina Steer songs
Charlie Usher Yawl Ketch Schooner Brig

Plus, throughout the day, Hidden gives the chance to discover a series of specially-commissioned new works in hidden spaces around Southbank Centre. Sign up on the day to book your space.



3 Dec



United Kingdom
 Monday, December 03, 2012 at 7.30pm 
Britten - The String Quartets
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom
02079352141
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

Tickets: £15 £20 £25 £30
Takács Quartet


Wigmore Hall’s newly appointed Associate Artists explore Britten’s three numbered string quartets, compositions shaped by intellectual complexity and profound compassion. The Takács Quartet has lived with these works for many years, crafting interpretations that seize listeners with their insight, captivating honesty and sense of awe.
Wigmore Hall played host to the first UK performance of the composer’s String Quartet No. 1 in April 1943 and provided the platform for the November 1945 world première of String Quartet No. 2, complete with its mighty ‘Chacony’, a tribute to Henry Purcell.
Peter Eyre will read excerpts from Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice before the performance of String Quartet No. 3, which finds echoes in the novella.


Benjamin Britten : String Quartet No. 1 in D Op. 25
Benjamin Britten : String Quartet No. 2 in C Op. 36
Benjamin Britten : String Quartet No. 3 Op. 94

3 Dec



United Kingdom
 Monday, December 03, 2012 at 19:30-21:30 
ACM Ensemble - Music of the Upbow
International Anthony Burgess Foundation Centre
Engine House, Chorlton Mill, 3 Cambridge Street, Manchester, M1 5BY
United Kingdom
http://www.anthonyburgess.org/

Tickets: £3
Following their performance of Abrahamsen's Schnee in June, ACM Ensemble invites its audience to a further exploration of the subtle and delicate sounds of Danish contemporary music. Along with commissions from two emerging British composers, the program represents Danes from three generations, concluding with the UK premiere of Steen-Andersen's strikingly original masterpiece Amid.



Simon Steen-Andersen : rerendered
Bent Sorensen : Angelus Waltz
Bent Sorensen : The Hill of the Heartless Giant
David Futers : windows and door: Demark (1)
Lars Bagger : Propior Deo
David Curington : Flute, Clarinet and Violin Nos. 1-3
Simon Steen-Andersen : Amid

4 Dec



United States
 Tuesday, December 04, 2012 at 7:30pm 
Composers Concordance's Festival II: Concert #4: Nine Live
Shapeshifter Lab
18 Whitwell Place, Brooklyn
United States
http://www.shapeshifterlab.com/
info@ShapeShifterLab.com

Tickets: $10
violinist Dave Soldier, composer-clarinetist Kinan Amzeh, composer-trumpeter Franz Hackl, composer-hornist John Clark, composer-vocalist-keyboardist-gusle player Milica Paranosic, composer-pianist-keyboardist Patrick Grant, composer-guitarist Gene Pritsker, composer-bass guitarist Dan Cooper, and composer-percussionist Peter Jarvis.

It'll be well worth the trip over to Brooklyn's cutting-edge venue Shapeshifter Lab to hear this rambunctious nonet made up entirely of composers, performing a set of nine premieres. This event features the Composers Concordance Ensemble: composer-violinist Dave Soldier, composer-clarinetist Kinan Amzeh, composer-trumpeter Franz Hackl, composer-hornist John Clark, composer-vocalist-keyboardist-gusle player Milica Paranosic, composer-pianist-keyboardist Patrick Grant, composer-guitarist Gene Pritsker, composer-bass guitarist Dan Cooper, and composer-percussionist Peter Jarvis. http://www.shapeshifterlab.com


5 Dec 
 
6 Dec



Scotland
 Thursday, December 06, 2012 at 2pm 
Afternoon Performance - Mustonen Plays Bartók & Hindemith
City Halls
Glasgow
Scotland

Tickets: £7.00-£9.00
Olli Mustonen piano
Martyn Brabbins conductor
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra


Bartók’s fiery suite of dances was one of the composer’s first works to achieve international success and was commissioned to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the merging of Buda and Pest into one capital. In the second half of the programme, Olli Mustonen gives the UK Premiere of a concerto written in 1923 for Paul Wittgenstein (who lost his arm during the First World War). As Wittgenstein did not like the work it remained unperformed until its premiere in 2004 by Leon Fleischer with the Berlin Philharmonic/Simon Rattle. The afternoon closes with the ‘Symphony’ that Hindemith extracted from his opera Mathis der Maler, which was also given its first performance in Berlin, but in 1934 just a few months before the Nazis banned his music.

Béla Bartók : Dance Suite
Béla Bartók : Piano Concerto No.3
Paul Hindemith : Klaviermusik mit orchester (Piano Concerto for the Left Hand), Op.29
Paul Hindemith : Symphony ‘Mathis der Maler'

7 Dec



United Kingdom
 Friday, December 07, 2012 at 4.30pm 
Families@4: Looking to the Heavens
Bramall Music Building
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston
United Kingdom

Tickets: £4 adults / free for under 16s (all children must be accompanied by an adult)
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group



Activities in foyer from 4pm

This fun, bite-sized and interactive concert for young people and their families will explore the heavenly music of Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the end of time and extracts from one of the 20th century’s most important compositions, Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire.

Get close up to the music and musicians in this informal and relaxed performance. Come early and take part in activities in the foyer.

Best suited to children aged 7+
Performances will last around one hour



7 Dec



United Kingdom
 Friday, December 07, 2012 at Activities in foyer from 4pm. Concert starts at 4.30pm 
Quartet for the End of Time
Bramall Music Building
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston
United Kingdom

Tickets: £4 adults / free for under 16s (all children must be accompanied by an adult)


On a bitingly cold January night in 1941, at the Stalag VIIIA German prisoner-of-war camp, an extraordinary piece of music was performed for the first time by a group of four prisoners - a clarinettist, violinist, cellist and pianist. The composer was Olivier Messiaen, the piece Quartet for the End of Time. Drawing inspiration from birdsong and ancient Hindu rhythms, and with movements with titles such as ‘Dance of fury, for the seven trumpets’ and ‘Tangle of rainbows, for the Angel who announces the end of time’, the piece is a 20th century classic.

Come and join us for this hour-long informal concert, hear excerpts of the piece, and learn the amazing story behind the music and about the lives of the musicians who performed it.


Olivier Messiaen : Quartet for the End of Time

7 Dec



United States
 Friday, December 07, 2012 at 8pm 
Composers Concordance's Festival II: Concert #5: Legends
DiMenna Center Mary Flagler Cary Hall
450 West 37th Street, NYC
United States
http://www.oslmusic.org/dimenna-center/

Tickets: $20 day of performance, $15 students and advance tickets
Composers Concordance Chamber Orchestra (CCCO), Lara St. John - violin, Valerie Coleman - flute, Thomas Carlo Bo - conductor

In 1893, legendary Czech composer Antonín Dvořák spoke in NYC of the influence of Native American and African American music on his Symfonie. He urged American composers to focus attention on what "must" be the foundation for "the future music of this country." The concert program is entitled 'Legends', recalling the timeless melodies of Dvořák himself, and examining the influence of Native American and African American music on contemporary orchestral composition. Conducted by Thomas Carlo Bo, this debut performance of CCCO features violinist Lara St. John and flutist Valerie Coleman (of Imani Winds) as soloists. Moreover, each member of this orchestra is a true champion of contemporary music, including bass trombonist Dave Taylor, pianist Taka Kigawa, percussionist Peter Jarvis, violinist Lynn Bechtold, and oboist Keve Wilson, among others. Don't miss this event, to include the distinctive compositions of Valerie Coleman, Dan Cooper, Patrick Hardish (Founding Director), Otto Luening ('Potawatomi Legends'), Milica Paranosic, Joseph Pehrson (Founding Director), Gene Pritsker, and Dave Soldier. http://www.oslmusic.org/dimenna-center-welcome


7 Dec



Wales
 Friday, December 07, 2012 at 2pm 
Afternoon Concert: Barber, Finzi and Leroy Anderson
BBC Hoddinott Hall
Cardiff
Wales

Tickets: £8.50-£11.50
Conductor Garry Walker
Soprano Elin Manahan Thomas
Harp Catrin Finch

An afternoon concert of seasonal favourites, novelties and some suprises featuring two of Wales's best-loved soloists: Catrin Finch and Elin Manahan Thomas. Samuel Barber's sumptuous arrangements of popular Christmas carols are heard alongside the serene contentment of Finzi's Dies Natalis: a reflection of an innocent newborn child's joy and wonder.

Samuel Barber : Die Natali
Gabriel Pierné : Concertstück for Harp & Orchestra
Daniel Jones : Five Pieces for Orchestra
Gerald Finzi : Dies Natalis
Leroy Anderson : Christmas Festival

7 Dec



United Kingdom
 Friday, December 07, 2012 at 7.30pm 
Looking to the Heavens
Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 2EA
United Kingdom
0121 200 2000
symphonyhall@necgroup.co.uk
http://boxoffice.necgroup.co.uk/iccsym.asp

Tickets: £10 - £42
Conductor: Andris Nelsons
Soprano: Claire Booth *
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group

Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire was premiered at the Berlin Choralion-Saal on 16 October 1912. The small mixed ensemble that Schoenberg invented for this masterpiece of early atonal music has over the last 100 years become a ‘standard ensemble’, spawning a large repertoire for this grouping of instruments by subsequent composers.

Pierrot Lunaire is a three-part work that sets German translations of poems by Albert Giraud. The eight instruments played by five performers are arranged differently in every number and produce an amazing variety of sound. A striking feature of the work is the vocalist’s Sprechstimme (speech-singing), an eerie declamation between song and speech, where the pitch is sounded but not held; instead, the vocalist immediately leaves the note, falling or rising to the next.

The first of three performances of Pierrot Lunaire in our 25th anniversary season follows a CBSO performance of Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony. Composed just 20 years before Schoenberg’s tour de force, Bruckner’s symphony is one of late Romantic music’s most overwhelming experiences.

Concert preceded by a free 30-minute piano recital at 6.15pm, performed by one of the rising stars of Birmingham Conservatoire.




Anton Bruckner : Symphony No. 8
Arnold Schoenberg : Pierrot Lunaire

8 Dec 
 
9 Dec



United States
 Sunday, December 09, 2012 at 7:15PM 
Jazz Legend Chico Hamilton Continues DROM Concert Series OCT - DEC
DROM, New York
, 85 Ave A (b/w 5th & 6th St) in East Village
United States
(212) 777-1157
http://www.dromnyc.com/events/772/composers-concordance-records-release-party

Tickets: $15
Chico Hamilton


LEGENDARY DRUMMER CHICO HAMILTON CONTINUES MONTHLY CONCERT SERIES AT NEW YORK CITY’S DROM

Sundays this Fall: 10.14 + 11.11 + 12.09






WHAT: NEA JAZZ MASTER CHICO HAMILTON @ DROM
As evidenced on his latest recording Revelation (Joyous Shout!), 90 year-old drummer/leader Forestorn “Chico” Hamilton is still creating vivid, positive, uplifting, and relevant music. Saluted by the Kennedy Center as a "Living Jazz Legend", and appointed to the President’s Council on the Arts, this NEA Jazz Master is considered one of the most important living jazz artists and composers.

DROM presents EUPHORIC – Celebrating the Life & Music of Chico Hamilton for three Sunday night performances this Fall (OCT - DEC) featuring Chico and his long-time touring band featuring Nick Demopoulos (guitar), Paul Ramsey (bass), Evan Schwam (flute + reeds), Mayu Saeki (flute), and Jeremy Carlstedt (drums + percussion) as well as special featured guests TBA. Program includes mostly Chico originals off of Revelation ranging from the samba-ish gem “Footprints in the Sand” to the ballad “Every Time I Smile.”

WHEN: Sunday, October 14 @ 7:15PM
Sunday, November 11 @ 7:15PM
Sunday, December 9 @ 7:15PM

WHERE: DROM, 85 Avenue A, New York City; Train F to 2nd Avenue

HOW: $15/Advance $12. To reserve, call DROM at 212.777.1157 or visit www.dromNYC.com.

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10 Dec 
 
11 Dec 
 
12 Dec 
 
13 Dec



United Kingdom
 Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 7.30pm 
The Great O Anthems
Grosvenor Chapel, London
South Audley Street, London W1K 2PA
United Kingdom
http://www.grosvenorchapel.org.uk

Tickets: Tickets price £12 (under 25's £5,other concessions £10) includes a glass of wine
London Concord Singers
Malcolm Cottle (conductor)

The Magnificat Antiphons for the last seven days of Advent, the Great O Anthems, have inspired composers over the centuries and London Concord Singers present a survey of the settings, each anthem set by a different composer. One anthem is sung to the original plainchant whilst another is in a setting by the 17th century English composer Robert Ramsey, the remaining settings are by contemporary composers from Estonia, Poland and the UK. Those of Arvo Pärt, Pavel Lukaszewski, Bob Chilcott and Keith Roberts are from taken from complete settings of all seven antiphons. Whilst that of Cecilia MacDowell, which was premiered earlier this year, is from a set commissioned from seven different composers by Merton College Choir. The Magnificat Antiphons will be complemented by a magnificent Magnificat by Andrea Gabrieli for three choirs.

The concert will be completed with a selection of music for Advent including the premiere of Robert Hugill’s advent motet Propre es tu.


Arvo Pärt : O Immanuel, from Sieben Magnificat-Antiphonen
Pawel Lukaszewski : O Radix Jesse, from Antiphonae (O Antiphons)
Bob Chilcott : O Adonai, from Advent Antiphons
Keith Roberts : O Clavis David, from Veni
Cecilia McDowall : O Oriens
Robert Hugill : Propre es tu

14 Dec



United Kingdom
 Friday, December 14, 2012 at 20:00 
Philip Glass at 75: Koyaanisqatsi
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

Tickets: £10 –35
Godfrey Reggio director

Britten Sinfonia
Philip Glass Ensemble
Trinity Laban Chamber Choir
Stephen Jackson choir director
Michael Reisman conductor

A live screening of Koyaanisqatsi the unforgettable 1982 film set to a new arrangement of Glass’ film score for his ensemble and orchestra.

Godfrey Reggio’s 1982 time-lapse cinematic vision of American cities and landscapes Koyaanisqatsi has been described as a ‘visual tone poem.’ In this wordless vision of nature and civilization is Reggio’s view of an ‘unbalanced world’, the collision of man with technology and the inadequate, humiliated state of language. As iconic as Reggio’s film is Glass’s score – momentous in its gradations of tempi, its seismically shifting harmonies and its seminal pitting of synthesized sounds against the weight of the orchestra. Here the Britten Sinfonia and the Philip Glass ensemble play the composer’s revised orchestration as a live accompaniment to the film.


Philip Glass : Koyaanisqatsi

15 Dec



Slovakia
 Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 6:00pm 
Concert of the Slovak Chamber Orchestra
Ludovit Fulla Gallery
Makovickeho 1, 03401 Ružomberok
Slovakia
http://www.facebook.com/pages/HUDBA-U-FULLU/254062434638033?ref=ts&fref=ts
bluedeepmusic (at) online.de

Tickets: 3.00 Euro
The Slovak Chamber Orchestra with Ewald Danel conducting

Works by Peter Machajdík, Paul Hindemith, Boas Avni and Georg Firedrich Händel

PETER MACHAJDIK : AS THE WIND IN THE DUNES
G F Handel : MESSIAH

16 Dec 
 
17 Dec 
 
18 Dec



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 3.00pm 
Christmas Cracker - Matinee Performance
Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ
United Kingdom
02075898212

Tickets: £45, £35, £25, £15
Conductor - Nick Davies
Vocalist - Mary Carewe
Vocalist - Michael Dore
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


Known for its blend of yuletide magic, Christmas Cracker is a firm favourite with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra audiences. Back for two concerts this year, the Orchestra will be joined by Mary Carewe and Michael Dore who will delight you with such merriments as Have Yourself a Merry Christmas, Mary’s Boy Child, Sleigh Ride, The Little Road to Bethlehem and not forgetting the sing-along carols. With Sloane Square looking so festive, these concerts are a must to start your own Christmas celebrations!

Box Office: 020 7730 4500




18 Dec



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 7.30pm 
Christmas Cracker - Evening Performance
Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ
United Kingdom
02075898212

Tickets: £45, £35, £25, £15
Conductor - Nick Davies
Vocalist - Mary Carewe
Vocalist - Michael Dore
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Known for its blend of yuletide magic, Christmas Cracker is a firm favourite with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra audiences. Back for two concerts this year, the Orchestra will be joined by Mary Carewe and Michael Dore who will delight you with such merriments as Have Yourself a Merry Christmas, Mary’s Boy Child, Sleigh Ride, The Little Road to Bethlehem and not forgetting the sing-along carols. With Sloane Square looking so festive, these concerts are a must to start your own Christmas celebrations!

Box Office: 020 7730 4500




19 Dec 
 
20 Dec



United Kingdom
 Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 8pm 
Nonclassical & Freedom From Torture at Cafe Oto
Cafe Oto, London
22 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL
United Kingdom

Tickets: £8


This December we’re delighted to be forming part of ‘Freedom From Torture Presents’, a series of nights curated by independent labels and artists to raise awareness about victims of torture, their situations, and the work FFT is doing to help them recover from trauma.

The night features Gyorgy Kurtag‘s masterpiece, ‘Kafka Fragments‘ for soprano and violin, based on extracts from the author’s diaries, as well as six new works:

KATE WHITLEY: ‘Scars’ (text by Stephanie Ndoungo) a short opera for soprano and chamber ensemble
THOM ANDREWES: ‘MLR’ (text by Tim Malmo) soprano, speaker and trio
GREGOR RIDDELL: ‘Minding the gap’ (text by Amina Abdalla) for electronics two sopranos and cello
LAURENCE OSBORN: ‘A mind like the Northern Line’ (text by Amina Abdalla), for two sopranos, two double basses and percussion
JUDE CARLTON: ‘ Waiting’ (text by Noah), for tenor, piano and percussion
WILLIAM MARSEY: ‘I Do Not Belong Here’ (text by Ozgur), for baritone and two guitars

The new pieces have been commissioned specially for the event, setting and responding to texts written by torture survivors from Freedom from Torture’s creative writing group Write to Life. Write to Life provides clients with a creative outlet for their experiences and a way to explore the torture from their past and the difficulties of living in exile. It has evolved to be the longest-running writing group for torture survivors in the world.



21 Dec 
 
22 Dec



United Kingdom
 Saturday, December 22, 2012 at 3.00pm 
Christmas Cracker
Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ
United Kingdom
02075898212

Tickets: £45, £35, £25, £15
Conductor - Nick Davies
Vocalist - Mary Carewe
Vocalist - Michael Dore
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


Known for its blend of yuletide magic, Christmas Cracker is a firm favourite with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra audiences. Back for two concerts this year, the Orchestra will be joined by Mary Carewe and Michael Dore who will delight you with such merriments as Have Yourself a Merry Christmas, Mary’s Boy Child, Sleigh Ride, The Little Road to Bethlehem and not forgetting the sing-along carols. With Sloane Square looking so festive, these concerts are a must to start your own Christmas celebrations!

Box Office: 020 7730 4500




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