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13 Aug



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, August 13, 2013 at 8pm 
Music on Summer Tuesdays Series
Benslow Music, Peter Morrison Hall
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9RB
United Kingdom
01462 459446
http://www.benslowmusic.org/index.asp?PageID=13
info@benslowmusic.org

Tickets: £12 (free entry for full time students and young people)
Sarah Leonard - soprano
Stephen Gutman - piano

Celebrating Britten in Song


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20 Aug



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 8pm 
Music on Summer Tuesdays Series
Benslow Music, Peter Morrison Hall
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9RB
United Kingdom
01462 459446
http://www.benslowmusic.org/index.asp?PageID=13
info@benslowmusic.org

Tickets: £12 (free entry for full time students and young people)
Julian Perkins - harpsichord
Stephen Preston - baroque flute

A Bach Evening


21 Aug 
 
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23 Aug



United Kingdom
 Friday, August 23, 2013 at 7.30pm 
Paul Bunyan
Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales
United Kingdom

WNO Youth Opera

Britten and Auden’s satirical take on the American dream returns to the stage in a colourful new production. To mark the centenary of the birth of this great composer, we present the first performances by the acclaimed Welsh National Opera Youth Opera in the Donald Gordon Theatre. This spectacular staging includes the forces of Only Boys Aloud and Stephen Fry as the voice of Paul Bunyan.

If you have yet to experience the vibrancy and excellence of WNO Youth Opera, Paul Bunyan is the perfect opportunity. Propelled forward by the dramatic presence of the chorus, Britten’s operetta plays to the strengths of this exceptional ensemble.

Paul Bunyan is supported by the Britten-Pears Foundation, David Seligman OBE & Philippa Seligman with the Seligman Gift, The Schafer Bursary, Paul & Marie Carson, The Gibbs Charitable Trust, The N Smith Charitable Settlement and Angus Allnatt Charitable Foundation, The Idlewild Trust, and The Atlantic Foundation.

Also supported by the WNO Partnership.

"Paul Bunyan is an opera I have loved for years - Britten's music is witty and surprising. Watching the Youth Opera bring it to life is going to be really thrilling for me."

Rhian Hutchings, WNO MAX Director

Further performance: 24th August


Benjamin Britten : Paul Bunyan

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1 Sep



United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 01, 2013 at  
GREEK
Various

United Kingdom

Music Theatre Wales

Music: Mark-Anthony Turnage
Based on the play by Steven Berkoff

Cast

Eddy: Marcus Farnsworth
Dad: Gwion Thomas
Mum: Sally Silver
Wife: Louise Winter

Conductor: Michael Rafferty
Director: Michael McCarthy
Design: Simon Banham
Lighting Design: Ace McCarron

The return of our award-winning production of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s first opera, a brilliant and provocative work that exploded onto the stage in 1988.

Based on the play by Steven Berkoff, Greek catapults us into the seedy, boozy East End London world of Eddy and his family.

Inspired by Berkoff’s incendiary combination of poetry, physical theatre and knockabout humour, Turnage had no qualms in tearing up the rule book and producing a ground-breaking contemporary classic: an opera fizzing with high voltage energy and raw emotion.

“blisteringly realised by Music Theatre Wales ... this opera has lost none of its power. All the music’s edges are still razor-sharp, with rap and free jazz cutting into the urban angst and wistful lyricism.” Daily Telegraph

“Marcus Farnsworth is the most convincing Eddy I’ve ever seen; he embodies the anguished, violently truth-seeking youth in a riveting performance. Gwion Thomas is no less engaging as dad, café manager and policemen. And Sally Silver as Eddy’s distraught Mum joins her voice with that of Louise Winter’s sensual Wife to form a two-headed Sphinx of virtuoso terror.” The Times

Tuesday 1 October
Greek
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Friday 4 October
Greek
Town Hall, Birmingham
Monday 21 October
Greek
Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London
Tuesday 22 October
Greek
Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London
Friday 25 October
Greek
Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London
Saturday 26 October
Greek
Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London
Tuesday 12 November
Greek
RNCM, Manchester


Mark-Anthony Turnage : Greek

2 Sep 
 
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4 Sep



United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 04, 2013 at 8pm 
Workers Union Ensemble
SHACKLEWELL ARMS
71 SHACKLEWELL LANE, DALSTON E8 2EB
United Kingdom
http://www.nonclassical.co.uk

Workers Union Ensemble

We’re delighted that our first monthly event after the summer will be in a NEW VENUE for us, The Shacklewell Arms. Headliner Workers Union Ensemble are an exciting new music ensemble dedicated to performing new works. For example, they’ve currently joined forces with LSO Soundhub for a special PRS scheme ‘Constructing a Repertoire’, which helps emerging composers gain exposure and have new work performed.

Joe Cutler : tbc
Larry Polansky : tbc
Matthew Shlomowitz : tbc
Laurence Crane : tbc
Ryan Latimer : tbc

5 Sep 
 
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7 Sep



United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 7.30pm 
Rivers
St John's, Smith Square
London, SW1P 3HA
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7222 1061
http://sjss.org.uk
info@sjss.org.uk

Tickets: £10
The Northamptonshire County Youth Choir, conductor Graham Tear,

Rivers is a multi-faith choral piece, that weaves a beautiful tapestry of sound from the sacred scripture of 8 world faiths, seeking to explore the unifying spiritual truths running through them all.

Concert in memory of: the centenary visit to St John Smith Square of Abdu'l-Baha, who came to the UK after 40 years of imprisonment in Palestine for his beliefs on the oneness of human-kind and the spiritual unity of all religion.


Richard Leigh : Rivers

7 Sep



United States
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 4:00pm 
Inuksuit
Lynden Sculpture Garden
2145 West Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee 53217
United States
414-271-0711
http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/spx

Tickets: $15 thru July 31; $20 thru Sept. 7; 12 and under free; students 12+ 50% off
Present Music
Third Coast Percussion

Present Music kicks off its 2013-2014 season with bangs, clatters, whistles and more as ninety nine percussionists descend on Milwaukee to perform John Luther Adams' 'Inuksuit' in an amazing garden landscape of sculptures. The audience meanders among an aural adventure of tomtoms, whirly tubes, sirens, megaphones, conch shells, cymbals, temple gongs, wind machines, and bells.

John Luther Adams : Inuksuit

7 Sep



United Kingdom
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 8pm 
Autumn Chamber Music at Benslow
Benslow Music, Peter Morrison Hall
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9RB
United Kingdom
01462 459446
http://www.benslowmusic.org/index.asp?PageID=13
info@benslowmusic.org

Tickets: £12 (free entry for full time students and young people)
David Campbell - clarinet
and friends




7 Sep



Australia
 Saturday, September 07, 2013 at 1.30pm 
Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music
Tyalgum Festival
Tyalgum, NSW
Australia
http://www.tyalgumfestival.com.au

Lunaire Collective



Paul Kopetz : Mythical Creatures

8 Sep



United Kingdom
 Sunday, September 08, 2013 at 12 pm and 4 pm 
Toshi Ichiyanagi and Shiori Usui
Ikon, Birmingham
1 Oozells Square, B1 2HS
United Kingdom
0121 248 0708
http://www.ikon-gallery.co.uk/

Tickets: Free
BCMG

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group performs music by Japanese composers Toshi Ichiyanagi and Shiori Usui across Ikon’s galleries as part of the 4 Squares Weekender. BCMG’s players will be scattered amongst Ikon’s current exhibition Something that Floats / Something that Sinks by Japanese artist Shimabuku.

The playful, experimental nature of both Ichiyanagi and Usui’s music – including Usui’s Crack Up, a piece composed from the sound of a friend’s laughter – goes hand-in-hand with Shimabuku’s work, which encourages visitors to enjoy experiences as if they are happening to them for the first time.

4 Squares Weekender is a weekend of outdoor arts from Friday 6 – Sunday 8 September 2013 marking the opening of the Library of Birmingham and featuring stunning artists from across the UK and beyond. Organised by the city’s major arts organisations, of BCMG is one, the city’s central square – Oozells in Brindleyplace, Centenary, Chamberlain and Victoria – will be transformed with live music, dance, art, film, circus, theatre … and a dose of the unexpected. And it’s all free of charge.


Toshi Ichiyanagi : Various
Shiori Usui : Various

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11 Sep



United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm 
Fien Barnett Neefs and Jeffery Wilson
Cramphorn Theatre, Chelmsford
Fairfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex
United Kingdom
01245606505
http://www.chelmsford.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=14204

Tickets: free
Fien Barnett Neefs on Harp and Jeffery Wilson on Saxophones and Piano

Some improvised music and originals

Jeffery Wilson : Forever - For Sax and Harp

11 Sep



United Kingdom
 Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 1.00pm 
Lunch Hour Concerts
Doncaster Museum Art Gallery
Doncaster
United Kingdom
01302 734293
www.doncaster.gov.uk

Tickets: £4 (+conc)
John Turner, Recorder
Harvey Davies, Piano



John Parry : The Nightingale Rondo
Antony Hopkins : Pastiche Suite
Peter Hope : Geordie Tunes
Thomas Pitfield : Prelude, Minuet & Reel
Roy Heaton Smith : Sonatina alla Fantasia op.23
Barry Ferguson : The Untamed has a Language but no Words
Christopher Wright : In Celebration
David Dubery : Mrs. Harris in Paris (Valse Temptation)

12 Sep 
 

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