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9 Feb 
 
10 Feb



United Kingdom
 Saturday, February 10, 2018 at support 
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13 Feb



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 1pm-2pm 
Mimi Doulton - Soprano
St George the Martyr
Borough High Street, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: Free admission
Mimi Doulton - Soprano

The featured instrument in Series 5 of Borough New Music is the voice, and in this recital, the soprano Mimi Doulton performs a full recital for solo voice.

Stephen Barchan : Two Songs About Spiders (2011)
Georges Aperghis : Récitations 1 & 8 (1977-78)
Elliot Carter : La Musique (2007)
Alex Gowan-Webster : Cantio Invocatione (2016)
Oliver Knussen : Four Late Poems and an Epigram of Rainer Maria Rilke (1988)
Judith Weir : King Harald’s Saga (1979)

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United Kingdom
 Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 1pm-2pm 
Songwriters of 2018
St George the Martyr
Borough High Street, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: Free admission
Robert Reid Allan and Rasmus Zwicki (glockenspiel/melodica), Ben Smith (piano, glockenspiel/melodica), Siân Dicker (soprano), Mimi Doulton (soprano), Delphine Mégret (soprano), Krystal Tunnicliffe (piano)

This concert brings together a range of young composers who have recently written works for voice and piano.

Clare Elton : Escape (2017)
James Garner : Emily Dickinson Settings (2015)
Ceciila Livingston : Give Me Your Hand (2015)
Oscar Ridout : Élévation (2016)
Mo Zhao : Just Watching (2017)
Rasmus Zwicki : Fly Little Birdy (2017)

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25 Feb



United Kingdom
 Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 3.30pm 
English Symphony Orchestra perform Mendelssohn, Schumann and a World Premiere Violin Concerto by Philip Sawyers
Shirehall
St Peter's Square, Hereford HR1 2HX
United Kingdom
01684 892277
www.malvern-tickets.co.uk

Tickets: £10 - £22
English Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin
Kenneth Woods, conductor

Sitkovetsky will be giving the world premiere of Philip Sawyers’ new Violin Concerto, a work he and the ESO are recording for Nimbus earlier in the week. Sawyers has held the “John McCabe Composer-in-Association” chair at the ESO since 2015, and during his time with the orchestra has produced the Violin Concerto, a Trumpet Concerto, a song cycle “Songs of Loss and Regret” premiered during the ESO’s 2015 Elgar Pilgrimage series in Hereford Cathedral, as well as several shorter works including a brass Fanfare and an overture for student musicians. The major work of his tenure was his Third Symphony, hailed at its 2017 premiere in London by the ESO as “a masterpiece” (Classical Source) and released on CD to universal acclaim, including winning the 2017 Gramophone Magazine Critic’s Choice “Best of 2017” award.

“It’s vitally important that we renew the symphonic repertoire or our art form will die,” says Woods, “but we have absolutely no interest in programming pieces which will alienate our audience. Our motto when programming a concert is “something you know you will love and something we know you will love.” Philip’s music has the same qualities that make Beethoven, Brahms and Mahler’s music so powerful and popular- it’s dramatic, it’s beautiful, it’s exciting and it’s rewarding. Philip is a superb violinist himself, so the Violin Concerto is a particularly lovely and affectionate work.” The last major premiere of Sawyers’ tenure as Composer-in-Association will be his new tone poem, The Valley of Vision, inspired by the paintings of Samuel Palmer, which the ESO premiere in Malvern Priory on Wednesday 14th March.


Philip Sawyers : Violin Concerto

26 Feb 
 
27 Feb



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 1pm-2pm 
My Life by Water: Works for Soprano, cello & voice
St George the Martyr
Borough High Street, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: Free admission
Patricia Auchterlonie (soprano), Urška Horvat (cello), Clare Simmonds (piano)



Luciano Berio : Les mots sont allés (1978)
Harrison Birtwistle : Nine Settings of Lorine Niedecker (1998-2000)
Witold Lutoslawski : Sacher variations (1975)
Vito Palumbo : Fluendo (2016)
Andre Previn : Four Songs for Soprano, Cello and Piano (selection) (1994)
John Tavener : Akhmatova Songs (selection) (1993)
Alessandro Viale : Ich habe dich so lieb (2012)

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2 Mar



United Kingdom
 Friday, March 02, 2018 at 8.00pm 
Bromsgrove Concerts: Eblana String Trio perform British chamber works including David Matthews: String Trio No 2
Artrix, Bromsgrove
Artrix, Slideslow Drive B60 1GN
United Kingdom
01527 577 330
http://www.artrix.co.uk/
boxoffice@artrix.co.uk

Tickets: £20.00
Eblana String Trio:
Jonathan Martindale, Violin
Lucy Molan, Viola
Peggy Nolan, Cello

Purcell: Three-part Fantasias Nos 1-3
Finzi: Prelude and Fugue Op 24
Beethoven: String Trio Op 9 No 2
David Matthews: String Trio No 2 Op 89 (2003)
Moeran: String Trio in G Major

Formed in 2006 at RNCM, where they won all the major chamber music prizes, the Eblana Trio were Junior Fellows at Birmingham Conservatoire from 2013 to 2015. Violinist Jonathan Martindale has been Assistant Leader of the CBSO since June 2016.


David Matthews : String Trio No 2 Op 89 (2003)

3 Mar



United Kingdom
 Saturday, March 03, 2018 at 7.30 pm 
Bowie, Berlin and Beyond
Unitarian Chapel, York
St Saviourgate
United Kingdom
http://www.latemusic.org

Tickets: £10/£8
Delta Saxophone Quartet

This exciting concert centres on the groundbreaking work David Bowie and Brian Eno did in Berlin in the late 1970s, with new arrangements plus pieces by composers associated with their music or influenced by it.

Gavin Bryars : Alaric II or III
Michael Nyman : Song for Tony
David Lancaster : Swan
Hayley Jenkins : New Work
David Bowie : Subterraneans
Brian Eno : Music for Airports
Philip Glass : Mishima Quartet
David Power : Shades 3

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United Kingdom
 Tuesday, March 06, 2018 at 1pm-2pm 
Chris Brannick (percussion) and Sara Stowe (soprano)
St George the Martyr
Borough High Street, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: Free admission
Chris Brannick (percussion), Sara Stowe (soprano)



Jorge Vidales : Three Basho Haiku (2008)
Giacinto Scelsi : Canto del Capricorno no.8 (1962-72)
Adrian Sutcliffe : Nakers Capers
Chris Hobbs : Songs for Anna
Julie Sharpe : Organum Caudices
Mauricio Kagel : Recitativarie for singing harpsichordist (1971-72)
Paul Burnell : Little Era Ending Songs

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8 Mar



United Kingdom
 Thursday, March 08, 2018 at 6.30pm-7.30pm 
Illuminate London
Goldsmiths Hall
The Goldsmiths' Company, Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, London EC2V 6BN
United Kingdom
http://www.thegoldsmiths.co.uk/goldsmiths'-hall/

Tickets: Goldsmiths Students - Free, Students £5.00 and Standard £8.00
Késia Decoté (piano)
Cassie Mathews (classical guitar)
Sabina Virtosu (violin)
Gemma McGregor (shakuhachi and flute)

Join us for our first concert starting on International Women's Day at Goldsmiths, The University of London!

Doors open 6.00pm
Concert start time: 6.30

Tickets: Goldsmith Music students: free, Students: £5, Standard £8

Illuminate concerts shine light on the work of women composers and performers from the past and present. The concerts will premiere and give multiple performances of works by living composers - Angela Elizabeth Slater, Gemma McGregor, Blair Boyd, Sarah Westwood and Carol J Jones. These works have been written for performers Casisie Mathews (classical guitar), Sabina Virtosu (violin), Késia Decoté (piano) and Gemma McGregor (flute and shakuhachi). These new works will be programmed alongside a wonderful array of repertoire from historical composers such as Morfydd Owen, Amy beach, Louise Marie Simon, Lili Boulanger and more.

Programme details to come soon


Angela Elizabeth Slater : Night Mirrors
Angela Elizabeth Slater : Into the Scarlet Sky for shakuhachi and classical guitar
Blair Boyd : New work
Gemma McGregor : The Enquiry for violin and piano
Gemma McGregor : Almost White for solo shakuhachi
Carol J Jones : A Note from the Blue for solo piano
Amy Beach : Romance for violin and piano
Sarah Westwood : Shiko for solo flute
Grażyna Bacewicz : Polish Caprice for Violin Solo

9 Mar



United Kingdom
 Friday, March 09, 2018 at 7.30pm-9.30pm 
Illuminate Oxford
St Michael
St Michael's Church near Northgate
United Kingdom

Tickets: Student £5 Standard £8
Késia Decoté (piano)
Cassie Mathews (classical guitar)
Sabina Virtosu (violin)
Gemma McGregor (shakuhachi and flute)

Join us in Oxford to celebrate the music of women composers!

Doors open 7.00pm
​Concert starts at 7.30pm

Admission - Standard- £8 Concessions-£5
Tickets can bought in advance or bought on the door.

Illuminate concerts shine light on the work of women composers and performers from the past and present. The concerts will premiere and give multiple performances of works by living composers - Angela Elizabeth Slater, Gemma McGregor, Blair Boyd, Sarah Westwood and Carol J Jones. These works have been written for performers Cassie Mathews (classical guitar), Sabina Virtosu (violin), Késia Decoté (piano) and Gemma McGregor (flute and shakuhachi). These new works will be programmed alongside a wonderful array of repertoire from historical composers such as Morfydd Owen, Amy beach, Louise Marie Simon, Lili Boulanger and more.

https://www.wegottickets.com/event/418858

Programme taster below


Clara Schumann : Scherzo No.2 in C minor Op.14
Angela Elizabeth Slater : Night Mirrors for solo piano
Gemma MacGregor : Always by the Shore for solo piano
Carol J Jones : A Note from the Blue for solo piano
Blair Boyd : New work for solo piano
Lili Boulanger : D'un Matin De Printemps for flute and piano
Amy Beach : Romance for violin and piano
Gemma MacGregor : The Enquiry for violin and piano
Libby Larsen : Sarabande: In Profane Style for solo guitar
Angela Elizabeth Slater : The Moon is Falling for violin and guitar
Sarah Westwood : Another dance for violin and guitar
Angela Elizabeth Slater : Into The Scarlet Sky for shakuhachi and guitar
Gemma MacGregor : Almost white for solo shakuhachi
Sarah Westwood : Shiko for solo flute

10 Mar



United Kingdom
 Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 11.00am - 12.00pm 
Illuminate Stafford
St Mary's Church
St Mary's Church St Mary's Place, Stafford, ST16 2AR
United Kingdom

Tickets: Free
Késia Decoté (piano)
Cassie Mathews (classical guitar)
Sabina Virtosu (violin)
Gemma McGregor (shakuhachi and flute)


Join us in Stafford to celebrate the work of women composers and performers!

Concert starts at 11.00am as part of St Mary's Coffee concert series

​Admission - Free

Join us for a cuppa before and after the concert!

Illuminate concerts shine light on the work of women composers and performers from the past and present. The concerts will premiere and give multiple performances of works by living composers - Angela Elizabeth Slater, Gemma McGregor, Blair Boyd, Sarah Westwood and Carol J Jones. These works have been written for performers Cassie Mathews (classical guitar), Sabina Virtosu (violin), Késia Decoté (piano) and Gemma McGregor (flute and shakuhachi). These new works will be programmed alongside a wonderful array of repertoire from historical composers such as Morfydd Owen, Amy beach, Louise Marie Simon, Lili Boulanger and more.


Morfydd Owen : Four Welsh Impressions for solo piano
Angela Elizabeth Slater : Night Mirrors for solo piano
Gemma MacGregor : Always by the Shore for solo piano
Carol J Jones : A Note from the Blue for solo piano
Blair Boyd : New work for solo piano
Sarah Westwood : Another dance for guitar and violin
Louise-Marie Simon : Sonatine for flute and piano
Angela Elizabeth Slater : Into the Scarlet Sky for shakuhachi and classical guitar

10 Mar



United Kingdom
 Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 7.30pm-9.30pm 
Illuminate Birmingham
St George's Church
St George's Church 1 Westbourne Crescent Edgbaston Birmingham B15 3DQ
United Kingdom

Tickets: £5 student, £8 standard
Késia Decoté (piano)
Cassie Mathews (classical guitar)
Sabina Virtosu (violin)
Gemma McGregor (shakuhachi and flute)


Join us in Birmingham to celebrate to the work women composers and performers!

Doors Open from 7.00pm
Concert starts at 7.30pm

Admission - Standard- £8 Concessions-£5
Tickets can bought in advance or bought on the door.

Illuminate concerts shine light on the work of women composers and performers from the past and present. The concerts will premiere and give multiple performances of works by living composers - Angela Elizabeth Slater, Gemma McGregor, Blair Boyd, Sarah Westwood and Carol J Jones. These works have been written for performers Cassie Mathews (classical guitar), Sabina Virtosu (violin), Késia Decoté (piano) and Gemma McGregor (flute and shakuhachi). These new works will be programmed alongside a wonderful array of repertoire from historical composers such as Morfydd Owen, Amy beach, Louise Marie Simon, Lili Boulanger and more.

https://www.wegottickets.com/event/419048


Gemma McGregor : Almost White for solo shakuhachi
Angela Elizabeth Slater : Into the Scarlet Sky for shakuhachi and classical guitar
Angela Elizabeth Slater : The Moon is Falling for violin and guitar
Carol J Jones : The Butterfly Effect for solo violin
Sarah Westwood : Shiko for solo flute
Sarah Westwood : Another dance for guitar and violin
Gemma MacGregor : The Enquiry for violin and piano
Lili Boulanger : D'un Matin De Printemps for flute and piano
Louise-Marie Simon : Sonatine for flute and piano
Amy Beach : Romance for violin and piano
Libby Larsen : Sarabande: In Profane Style for solo guitar
Blair Boyd : New work for violin and guitar
Grażyna Bacewicz : Polish Caprice for Violin Solo
Yfat Soul Zisso : Piece for toy piano

10 Mar



United Kingdom
 Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 7.30 pm 
Psalmfest
Great Malvern Priory
Malvern
United Kingdom
www.greatmalvernpriory.org.uk

Tickets: £5 - £12
Elgar Chorale
Soprano - tbc
Tenor - James Atherton
Bass - Alan Fairs
Organ - Peter Shepherd
Conductor - Piers Maxim

Settings of psalm texts for choir and organ

piers maxim : De Profundis - A Festival Anthem
John Rutter : Psalmfest

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