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Q & A with Principal Bass Clarinet Laurent Ben Slimane | ... added by geoffreygordoncomposer on 2 Jan 2019
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Soloist Laurent Ben Slimane discusses Geoffrey Gordon's new bass clarinet concerto, Prometheus, which he will premiere later this month with the Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor Martyn Brabbins, at Royal Festival Hall in London.
Geoffrey Gordon's FATHOMS London premiere.... added by geoffreygordoncomposer on 28 Jul 2016
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Geoffrey Gordon's FATHOMS: Five Impressions of Shakespeare's The Tempest (with Prelude) for cello and piano will receive its UK premiere on 8 May 2017, at historic St John's Smith Square, in London. Cellist Toke Moldrup, for whom the work was commissioned, and pianist Steven Beck, will reprise their Carnegie Hall performance (praised by the New York Times) of FATHOMS on a program which includes works by Benjamin Britten and Ralph Vaughan Williams.
BBC Radio 3 - Radio 3 Live in Concert, Brodsky Quartet, L... added by theoverbey on 24 Jun 2013
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A live broadcast of the Brodsky Quartet's presentation of the world première of Trees, Walls and Cities - a specially commissioned song-cycle which links the eight 'walled' cities of Derry, London, Utrecht, Berlin, Vienna, Dubrovnik, Nicosia and Jerusalem. Eight composers, Theo Verbey, Isidora Zebeljan, Gerald Resch, Yannis Kyriakides, Habib Shehadeh Hanna, Jocelyn Pook, Christopher Norby and Søren Nils Eichberg have worked with either an existing text or a neighbouring poet, with linking material created by Nigel Osborne.
St. Barnabas' Church, Beckenham - Beckenham, United Kingd... added by pinnacleensemble on 30 Sep 2012
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The Pinnacle Ensemble added by pinnacleensemble on 30 Sep 2012
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The Pinnacle Ensemble was founded in 2006 by its director Michael Waldron for a concert in Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge. Since its formation, the group has given concerts across the UK (most recently in Salisbury, Winchester and Portsmouth Cathedrals), as well as numerous venues across Cambridge and London. Now based in London, the group exists as a professional ensemble of singers and instrumentalists, with acclaimed performances of repertoire ranging from Purcell and Gibbons, to works by contemporary composers such as Lukaszewski, Grier and Tavener. Recent projects have included a première devotional performance of Francis Grier's Sword in the Soul (featuring poet Geoffrey Hill and opera librettist Alice Goodman), a critically-acclaimed debut as part of the City of London Festival this summer in a concert marking the culmination of the King James Bible anniversary celebrations, a Bach Motets tour in October and a concert as part of Peterborough Cathedral's acclaimed concert seri
St Barnabas' Church (BBeckenham) on Twitter added by pinnacleensemble on 30 Sep 2012
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Homepage - brent opera added by maryjanedehavas on 31 Dec 2011
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Mary-Jane de Havas will sing the role of Cenerentola on 26th and 28th January 2012 with Brent Opera London NW3
Twitter added by llo on 27 Jul 2011
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@Madonna_Mallon London I'm an Australian born Soprano residing in the UK. I teach primary school music by day & pursue an illustrious career in Opera Singing by night!
Music by Psathas Featured in City of London Festival | Fa... added by promethean on 21 Jul 2011
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The music of John Psathas was featured in several concerts as part of the 2011 City of London Festival, UK. One of the featured New Zealand artists in the festival, Stephen De Pledge, performed Sleeper at St Margaret's Church, Lothbury, London on 4 July. The New Zealand String Quartet performed Kartsigar at Merchant Taylor's Hall, London on 11 July. The New Zealand String Quartet will again perform Kartsigar at St Andrew's Church, Norwich, UK on 26 July as part of the Holt Festival.
Farr's Music Featured in City of London Festival | Facebook added by promethean on 20 Jul 2011
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The music of Gareth Farr was featured in several concerts as part of the 2011 City of London Festival, UK. Among the New Zealand artists presenting Farr's works was pianist Stephen de Pledge, who performed The Horizon from Owhiro Bay for solo piano at St Margaret's Church, Lothbury, London on 4 July. The New Zealand String Quartet performed He Poroporoaki with Richard Nunns, taonga puoro (traditional Maori instruments) expert and co-composer for the work at Haberdasher's Hall on 13 July. Nunns also presented the European premiere of his and Farr's co-written Nga Kete e Toru for piano trio and taonga puoro with NZTrio at Butcher's Hall on 14 July. Young musicians from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama presented Waipoua for clarinet and piano at St Bride's, Fleet Street on 13 July.
Pinnacle Ensemble (Pinnacle_Ensmbl) on Twitter added by llo on 6 Jul 2011
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The Pinnacle Ensemble was founded in 2006 by its director Michael Waldron for a concert in Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge. Since its creation, the group has given concerts across the UK (most recently in Salisbury, Winchester and Portsmouth Cathedrals), as well as numerous venues across Cambridge and London. The Choir established itself as one of the finest and most diverse choral groups in Cambridge. Now based in London, the group exists as a professional chamber choir with repertoire ranging from Purcell, to contemporary works by Lukaszewski, MacMillan, Pärt and Tavener.
Concert on 16 July 2011 - St Vedast-alias-Foster, London ... added by llo on 4 Jul 2011
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When Saturday July 16, 2011 at 18:30 Where St Vedast-alias-Foster, London Tickets Free admission – no ticket required •Pinnacle Ensemble (choir) •Orchestra of The Pinnacle •Katherine Watson (soprano) •Fiona MacKay (mezzo-soprano) •Alistair Digges (tenor) •James Hancock (baritone) •Michael Waldron (conductor) 1.Missa Brevis in C, 'Spätzenmesse' (Sparrow Mass) K220 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2.Jubilate deo - Benjamin Britten 3.Hear my Prayer - Felix Mendelssohn 4.Seek Him that Maketh the Seven Stars - Jonathan Dove 5.For lo, I raise up Op 145 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 6.The Darkness is no Darkness - Judith Bingham 7.O be joyful in the Lord - Jeremy Filsell An exciting programme of choral music in the beautiful Wren church of St Vedast-alias-Foster (opposite St Paul's tube). The concert is not only celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, which will be reflected in passages set to exciting choral anthems, but w
Concerts « The Pinnacle Ensemble added by llo on 4 Jul 2011
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The Pinnacle Ensemble was founded as Queen Mary’s Consort in 2006 by its director Michael Waldron for a concert in Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge. Since its creation, the group has given concerts across the UK (most recently in Salisbury, Winchester and Portsmouth Cathedrals), as well as numerous venues across Cambridge and London. The Choir established itself as one of the finest and most diverse choral groups in Cambridge. Now based in London and named after the building in which the new group was formed, the group exists as a professional chamber choir with repertoire ranging from Bach and Purcell, to contemporary works by Lukaszewski, MacMillan, Pärt and Tavener.
Emma Pearson - Soprano added by llo on 4 Jul 2011
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grateful recipient of the 2009 Australian Singing Competition's Opera Awards, including the Youth Music Foundation Award, Armstrong-Martin Scholarship, Haas Award, Editorial Resources Prize and Royal Overseas League Music Bursary. Ms Pearson trained at the University of Western Australia and the Australian Opera Studio, graduating with Honours under the tutelage of Gregory Yurisich, Patricia Price and Anthea Moller. She presently studies with David Harper, Barbara Bonney and Dame Kiri te Kanawa, sharing her time between Germany and Switzerland, where her husband Wade Kernot is a soloist at Theater St Gallen.
City of London Festival - Ruthless Jabiru & Emma Pearson added by llo on 4 Jul 2011
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London's all-Australian chamber orchestra Ruthless Jabiru makes their dynamic City of London Festival debut with a programme honouring their esteemed patron, Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe. A selection of Sculthorpe miniatures shares the platform with two vintage American masterworks, Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 and Copland's Appalachian Spring, parallelling the iconic soundworlds of these two vast countries. Ruthless Jabiru chamber orchestra Emma Pearson soprano Kelly Lovelady conductor Peter Sculthorpe Djilile; Small Town; Shining Island (Remembering Henryk Gorecki) (European première) Barber Knoxville: Summer of 1915 Peter Sculthorpe Second Sonata for Strings Copland Appalachian Spring Supported by the Tait Memorial Trust £8, £12, £18, £25
Tait Memorial Trust added by llo on 4 Jul 2011
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The Tait Memorial Trust was formed in 1992 by Isla Baring OAM in memory of Sir Frank and Viola, Lady Tait and the Tait brothers who played such an important part in the establishment of theatre and the performing arts in Australia. The Trust offers awards/grants for postgraduate study, performance opportunities to young Australian musicians and performing artists and general help in the furtherance of their careers while resident in the UK. To ensure its continuance the Trust arranges regular fund raising events and concerts, invariably featuring the talented young winners of the various awards, and relies a great deal on financial support from the business sector, private donors and other loyal supporters. The Tait Trust is now in Australia! Tait Performing Arts Association Incorporated, No A0054444J will be able to take donation in Aussie dollars to help support Australian musicians during their studies in the UK.
Lambeth Orchestra - added by lambethorchestra on 7 May 2011
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The Lambeth Orchestra gave its first concert in 1972 and ever since has pursued a policy of performing minor works of major composers and major works of minor composers, as well as the standard concert repertoire. This give a mixture of familiar and less familiar, but accessible, music at very affordable prices. The average age of the orchestra's members is in the early 30s, although the age range spans many decades, and we are fortunate in having a steady flow of new recruits. We have a policy of setting ticket prices as low as possible, in order to make orchestral music available to music-lovers in Lambeth and neighbouring boroughs who may not be able to afford the prices charged by the big London concert halls. The orchestra is a charity and is run by a committee of playing members, with the music director, leader and administrator the only paid personnel. We are also members of Making Music , and have on several occasions been awarded one of their special enterprise awards. If y
Go Opera added by llo on 2 May 2011
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For those who want to see something different, WE INTEND TO PROVIDE REVELATION For those who don't know the first thing about opera, WE INTEND TO GET YOUR HEARTS RACING For those who find grand opera houses too costly, WE INTEND TO MAKE OPERA AFFORDABLE For those who feel intimidated by opera elitism, WE WANT TO MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU For those whose minds wander, WE INTEND TO ENCOURAGE THEIR WANDERING For those who have seen it all, WE WILL QUESTION OUR UNDERSTANDING FOR THOSE WHO THINK THEY HATE OPERA, LET US TRY TO CHANGE YOUR MINDS Sick and tired of seeing opera misunderstood, a team of creative and committed nerds have fused with some very cool, though equally nerdy, digital wizards to bring live opera performance to a wider, more eclectic audience. The aim of GO OPERA is to target people that wouldn’t normally consider a night at the opera an enjoyable distraction from the hustle and bustle of city life. At GO, we choose the best bits of the best operas, condense them
Upstairs at the Gatehouse added by llo on 6 Apr 2011
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Artistic Directors: John and Katie Plews In-House Company: Ovation Director in Residency: Racky Plews Lighting Designer in Residency: Howard Hudson OVATION THEATRES LIMITED Responsible for running Upstairs at the Gatehouse is Ovation Theatres Limited, most of our patrons are also shareholders in the company. The two directors are John and Katie Plews who, for over twenty years, have been running the theatrical production and corporate event company, Ovation Productions. John Plews has been associated with the theatre since leaving school. He completed the Technical Course at LAMDA and worked in both the provinces and West End including three years as Stage Manager at the Theatre Royal, Windsor. During the seventies John was a cruise director for Cunard, P & O and Princess Cruises. He also spent some time in local government running theatres, cinemas and civic venues. In 1985, Ovation was established to produce business conferences, product launches, roadshows, award ceremonies and c
Upstairs at the Gatehouse added by llo on 3 Apr 2011
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Artistic Directors: John and Katie Plews In-House Company: Ovation Director in Residency: Racky Plews Lighting Designer in Residency: Howard Hudson OVATION THEATRES LIMITED Responsible for running Upstairs at the Gatehouse is Ovation Theatres Limited, most of our patrons are also shareholders in the company. The two directors are John and Katie Plews who, for over twenty years, have been running the theatrical production and corporate event company, Ovation Productions. John Plews has been associated with the theatre since leaving school. He completed the Technical Course at LAMDA and worked in both the provinces and West End including three years as Stage Manager at the Theatre Royal, Windsor. During the seventies John was a cruise director for Cunard, P & O and Princess Cruises. He also spent some time in local government running theatres, cinemas and civic venues. In 1985, Ovation was established to produce business conferences, product launches, roadshows, award ceremonies a
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