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United Kingdom
 Friday, October 03, 2014 at 19.30 
Cuarteto Casals
Tetbury Music Festival
St. Mary's Parish Church, Tetbury, Gloucestershire
United Kingdom
01666 503552
http://www.tetburymusicfestival.org.uk/Default.aspx

Cuarteto Casals
Nicolas Altstädt (cello)


This outstanding quartet from Spain juxtaposes the 18th with the 20th century before being joined by the cellist Nicolas Altstädt for one of the towering accomplishments of the 19th century.


Joseph Haydn : Quartet No 5 in F minor, opus 20
Gyorgy Ligeti : Quartet No 1, Metamorphoses Nocturnes
Franz Schubert : Quintet in C, opus 163

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United Kingdom
 Sunday, October 05, 2014 at Various times, all day 
BBCSO Total Immersion: John Tavener Remembered
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

BBCSO et al

Concerts and films marking the life of John Tavener. 6 events in total. See here for further details: http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/classical.asp?t=month

John Tavener : Various

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United Kingdom
 Wednesday, October 08, 2014 at 20:00 
ROMITELLI: AN INDEX OF METALS
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
South Bank, London SE1
United Kingdom
08700 606 096
http://www.rfh.org.uk

André de Ridder conductor
Hila Plitmann mezzo soprano
Sound Intermedia sound projection
Paolo Pachini video art
Leonardo Romoli video art
Tony Simpson lighting
London Sinfonietta



In the final months before his death at the age of just 41, Romitelli fulfilled a lifetime ambition: to create ‘an experience of total perception, plunging the spectator into a magma of sounds, shapes and colours’. Like the light shows of the 1960s or today’s rave-culture, Romitelli’s work thrusts you into a psychedelic new landscape where your every sense is heightened. Combining an ensemble and singer with electronic distortion, video screens, a light show and surround sound, this is opera as you’ve never known it.

“This is a multimedia opera with projections, three video screens and an orchestra that's amplified and processed, in many of the ways you would normally transform a rock guitar. But it's all done live, in the moment, and then spun around the room in surround sound.” Ian Dearden, London Sinfonietta Principal Player (electronics)

Being performed in London for the first time, with the original video art by Paolo Pachini and Leonardo Romoli, it promises 'a violent, abstract narrative denuded of all operatic artifice, providing an initiation rite of immersion and a trance of light and sound.'



Fausto Romitelli : An Index of Metals

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United Kingdom
 Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 1.10 pm 

Friends' Meeting House
Ship Street, Brighton, E.Sussex
United Kingdom
http://www.brightonquakers.co.uk/
admin@brightonquakers.net

Tickets: £5
ANTHONY GREEN, piano

including a work by the late Hove composer Sydney Vale and colleagues Anthony Green and Derek Foster

J.S Bach : Prelude and Fugue in Bb minor (book 1 of '48')
Sydney Vale : Toccata Piccola
Derek Foster : Piano Piece 1975
Anthony Green : Three Cornish Studies
Anthony Green : To the Memory of Lawrence Darani
Ludwig Beethoven : Eroica Variations

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United Kingdom
 Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 7:30pm 
Piano Project 2014 with Dylan Christopher
Swinburne Hall
Swinburne Hall, Colchester Institute, Sheepen Road, Colchester, CO3 3LL
United Kingdom
(01206) 712999
creativeartslive@colchester.ac.uk

Tickets: £5
Dylan Christopher (piano)

An evening exploring contemporary piano music for aspirant pianists. Dylan Christopher will perform new works, by composers from Colchester and beyond, which are designed to give learners an exciting and accessible introduction to today's music for the piano. Presented in association with the Colchester New Music composers' co-operative.

Dylan Christopher completed his undergraduate music studies with honours at Colchester Institute, where he studied piano with Australian pianist Lesley Young, and composition with Dr Mark Bellis. In 2009, Dylan won the prize at Colchester Institute's Canon Jack Award for Solo Piano adjudicated by Andrew Ball. He was awarded 2nd place in The Roy Teed Cup for Composition in 2010 adjudicated by Vincent Lindsay-Clarke. An avid musician, Dylan has played in master classes with pianists Victor Sangiorgio and Lin Lin Tao, and showcased compositions to Philip Cashian, Ian Clarke and Jeffery Wilson.


Colin Blundell : Dylan Number One
Alexander Blustin : Snowflakes
Liam Carey : Nothing new
Sarah Cattley : Lament of the cactus
Sarah Cattley : Fives and Fifths
Sam Cave : By Fumbling, Found
Louis Johnson : Chant: The Pillar of Angels
Elspeth Manders : Andalusian Dance
Tony Matthews : Distant Visions (from Minitures suite)
Tony Matthews : Edgy Displacement (from Minitures suite)
Janet Oates : Landlisches Lied
Jenni Pinnock : Rains
Gareth Price : Seventh Heaven
Gary Randall : The Lincolnshire Hills
Ed Scolding : …open above me…
Juan Maria Solare : Dodeca-Mambo
Tim Torry : A Rustic Dance
Julia Usher : Computer Keyboard (from Computer Suite)
Julia Usher : Ghost in the Machine (from Computer Suite)
Julia Usher : Solitaire (from Computer Suite)
Bob Ward : Sonata (Movement II)
Barnabas Yianni : Air Suite

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