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Wales
 Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 7.30pm 
Alice Neary and Matthew Jones
Vale of Glamorgan Festival
Vale of Glamorgan
Wales
http://www.valeofglamorganfestival.org

Alice Neary, cello
Matthew Jones, viola

St Illtud’s Church, Llantwit Major

The ancient stones of St Illtud’s Church have provided a haven for reflection and meditation over the centuries. Perhaps more than ever, we can all benefit from some peace and quietude away from the hectic world we live in. This event provides such an opportunity. Out of periods of silence, the alternate voices of solo cello and viola emerge, creating a unique atmosphere designed to provide both time and space for personal contemplation.



John Tavener : Threnos
Per Nørgård : Playing & Epilogue from Sonata: The Secret Melody
Pēteris Vasks : Das Buch
Hilary Tann : The Cresset Stone
Steve Reich : Cello Counterpoint

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Wales
 Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 2pm 
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Vale of Glamorgan Festival
Vale of Glamorgan
Wales
http://www.valeofglamorganfestival.org

Edwin Outwater, conductor
Madeleine Mitchell, violin

Receiving its UK premiere, Vasks’s Sala has been likened to Barber’s much loved Adagio for Strings. There is certainly a synergy: a gentle whisper of shimmering sounds that builds up to a sweeping crescendo of tense emotion, finally resolved on a note of heavenly peace. We hear it performed alongside a new orchestral work from Mark David Boden and Guto Puw’s Violin Concerto – Soft Stillness in which each movement offers a direct response to lines from Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.


Mark Bowden : Ghyll
Guto Puw : Violin Concerto – Soft Stillness
Pēteris Vasks : Sala

13 May



Wales
 Friday, May 13, 2016 at 1pm 
Andreas Borregaard and Quatuor Tana
Vale of Glamorgan Festival
Vale of Glamorgan
Wales
http://www.valeofglamorganfestival.org

Andreas Borregaard, accordion
Quatuor Tana

BayArt Gallery, Cardiff Bay

Quatuor Tana and the Danish accordion player Andreas Borregaard represent an exciting new generation of classical musicians – players who have no boundaries in their approach to styles and genres. Their enthusiasm and commitment to contemporary repertoire is reflected in this lunchtime concert that features two world premieres.


Bent Sorensen : Looking on Darkness
Mark Boden : String Quartet - Forgotten Time
Magnus Lindberg : Jeux d’anches
David Hudry : Anamorphosis

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Wales
 Wednesday, May 18, 2016 at 7.30pm 
Ensemble MidtVest
Vale of Glamorgan Festival
Vale of Glamorgan
Wales
http://www.valeofglamorganfestival.org

Ensemble MidtVest

All Saints Church, Penarth

Ensemble MidtVest explore the chamber music of our Artistic Director, John Metcalf. Characterised by a rich vein of contemplation and tranquillity they provide, as one commentator noted, “a gift that complements a day that goes well or respite on a day that requires it”. The concert ends with Vasks’s powerful Piano Quartet, a searing and emotional love song to his native Latvia.


John Metcalf : Not the Stillness
Krzysztof Penderecki : Prelude
John Metcalf : Rest in Reason, Move in Passion
John Metcalf : Ynys Las (Blue Island) - Nocturne
Pēteris Vasks : Piano Quartet

19 May



Wales
 Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 7.30pm 
Parmela Attariwala and Shawn Mativetsky
Vale of Glamorgan Festival
Vale of Glamorgan
Wales
http://www.valeofglamorganfestival.org

Parmela Attariwala, violin
Shawn Mativetsky, tabla

Dance House, Wales Millennium Centre

Parmela Attariwala is one of Canada’s most original and compelling performers. Simultaneously playing the violin and dancing, she weaves an intriguing tapestry of music and traditional south Asian choreography. Joined by tabla player Shawn Mativetsky the duo perform an enthralling programme of music that melds contemporary composition with traditional Indian rhythms.


Attariwala Gitanjali : Piercing Embrace
Meiro Stamm : The Melody of Rhythm
Robert Rosen : La
Attariwala Gitanjali : Frank
Paul Frehner : Oracle
Nicole Rampersaud : The Road Ahead is Longer than the Trail Left Behind
Andrew Staniland : Sudoku

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