Peter Sandberg | Live
Jun
6
7:00 pm19:00

Peter Sandberg | Live

An intimate night of skillfully crafted compositions in one of London’s most remarkable buildings

Swedish composer and multi instrumentalist Peter Sandberg comes to London’s St Matthias Church for an intimate headline show.  

Although known for his work scoring commercials for the likes of  DiscoveryNetflix, and Tesla, Sandberg seeks inspiration for his personal projects from contemporary neo-classical artists including HausckhaJohann JohannssonNils Frahm, Phillip Glass, and more. Operating from his studio in Uppsala, Sandberg’s work is essentially piano based, but casts together guitars, synthesisers and “all kinds of fretted instruments”. This marrying of the classical and the left-field electronica comes together to create magnificent pieces that flutter between the hushed and atmospheric to the dizzyingly vibrant and fast-paced, perfectly reflecting the constantly changing moods of modern life.

At St MatthiasSandberg will take you on a sonic journey through breathtakingly complex compositions. This is not to be missed.

“Beautifully absorbing” – Clash Magazine

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 ComposHER @ EartH | London Contemporary Orchestra
Jun
12
7:30 pm19:30

ComposHER @ EartH | London Contemporary Orchestra

ComposHER @ EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) | London Contemporary Orchestra

ComposHER is a new concert celebrating the best new music to moving picture, featuring a stunning roster of some of the best women composers writing for the screen today. 

With composition being one of the most unequal areas of the global music industry, this concert seeks to continue to support and empower the UK women composers’ community, towards further progression and change in 2019.

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Chineke! Orchestra | Queen Elizabeth Hall
Jun
13
7:30 pm19:30

Chineke! Orchestra | Queen Elizabeth Hall

American composer/pianist, Stewart Goodyear, performs his own Callaloo, a virtuoso tour de force for piano and orchestra which, with its driving jazz rhythms and colourful orchestration, makes it an immediately appealing work.

Also, Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite brings a dash of Norwegian magic to the programme, and the orchestra also performs Dvorak's Symphony No.7. Chineke! Orchestra is Europe's first orchestra to feature a majority of black and minority ethnic musicians, has performed throughout the UK and abroad to great acclaim and continues to fulfil its mission to champion change and celebrate diversity in classical music.

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Chineke! Orcherstra | The Anvil - Basingstoke
Jun
14
7:45 pm19:45

Chineke! Orcherstra | The Anvil - Basingstoke

The perennial freshness of Grieg’s music to Peer Gynt never fails to make an impact. Stewart Goodyear’s Callaloo is a tour de force for piano and orchestra which, with its jazz rhythms and colourful orchestration, has an immediate appeal. The concert ends with Dvořàk’s most powerful and dramatic symphony, first conducted in London by the composer himself to scenes of overwhelming enthusiasm. While influenced by the German tradition, it retains Dvořàk’s own winning brand of melody.

Chineke! Orchestra is Europe's first orchestra to feature a majority of black and minority ethnic musicians. It has performed throughout the UK and abroad to great acclaim and continues to fulfil its mission to champion change and celebrate diversity in classical music.

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Chineke! Orchestra | The Bridgewater Hall - Manchester UK
Jun
16
4:00 pm16:00

Chineke! Orchestra | The Bridgewater Hall - Manchester UK

Chineke! is the brainchild of Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, who says, ‘My aim is to create a space where black minority and ethnic musicians can walk on stage and know that they belong.’ For this afternoon concert, Wayne Marshall conducts an attractively lyrical work by neglected black composer, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a lively new work by American pianist Stewart Goodyear and a stalwart symphony, Dvorák’s magnificent Seventh.

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Three Songs from Ethiopia Boy by Roderick Williams | Chineke! Orchestra
Jul
7
7:00 pm19:00

Three Songs from Ethiopia Boy by Roderick Williams | Chineke! Orchestra

Chineke! Orchestra presents a new commission, and a significant new work for their jazz-inspired programme, by Roderick Williams.

Better known to some as a baritone soloist, Williams’ reputation as a composer is growing steadily. His Advent antiphon ‘O Adonai’ has gained popularity on both sides of the Atlantic and his ‘Ave Verum Corpus Re-imagined’ was awarded the BASCA prize for Choral Composition in 2016.

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Three Songs from Ethiopia Boy by Roderick Williams | Chineke! Orchestra
Jul
14
3:00 pm15:00

Three Songs from Ethiopia Boy by Roderick Williams | Chineke! Orchestra

Chineke! Orchestra presents a new commission, and a significant new work for their jazz-inspired programme, by Roderick Williams.

Better known to some as a baritone soloist, Williams’ reputation as a composer is growing steadily. His Advent antiphon ‘O Adonai’ has gained popularity on both sides of the Atlantic and his ‘Ave Verum Corpus Re-imagined’ was awarded the BASCA prize for Choral Composition in 2016.

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Clint Mansell: Moon (film screening) | London Contemporary Orchestra
Jul
19
7:30 pm19:30

Clint Mansell: Moon (film screening) | London Contemporary Orchestra

The London Contemporary Orchestra perform Clint Mansell’s otherworldly score for Duncan Jones’s Moon, side-by-side with a screening of the film for the first time.

On 20 July 1969, man set foot on the moon for the first time, now the LCO celebrate that day’s 50th anniversary, and ten years since the release of Duncan Jones’s cult sci-fi film Moon. It’s a story of celestial loneliness, with Sam Rockwell playing astronaut Sam Bell, in his third year as the sole caretaker of a space station. The music reflects this distant longing – plaintive piano forms the bedrock of each piece, joined by small steps of hushed strings and giant leaps of glitchy electronics.

Composer Clint Mansell will be in attendance and will open the evening with an introduction. Mansell was lead singer of Pop Will Eat Itself, before collaborating with director Darren Aronofsky on his film Pi. He’s since produced acclaimed scores for films such as Requiem For A DreamThe WrestlerBlack SwanLoving Vincent, and High Rise.

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Solomon's Knot | Ryedale Festival 2019
Jul
23
8:00 pm20:00

Solomon's Knot | Ryedale Festival 2019

Bach’s Angels | Solomon’s Knot

How do you evoke angels in music? Even for Bach, as he composed music for the yearly Feast of St Michael and all Angels, it must have been a challenge, but it was one that inspired some of his greatest sacred works. Bach’s angels are mighty creatures, battling Satan in apocalyptic battles, but they are also gentle souls who teach us how to sing.

To open their festival residency, the inspirational group Solomon’s Knot draws together three of Bach’s great Michaelmas cantatas and performs them alongside the famous Magnificat, in which the Virgin Mary responds to the message brought by the angel Gabriel.

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BBC Proms 2019 | Prom 27: London Contemporary Orchestra
Aug
7
10:15 pm22:15

BBC Proms 2019 | Prom 27: London Contemporary Orchestra

PROM 27: THE SOUND OF SPACE: SCI-FI FILM MUSIC | London Contemporary Orchestra

A Late Night Prom with a futuristic spin brings together some of the best sci-fi film music. Excerpts from cult soundtracks come together with recent works by Hans Zimmer and Mica Levi.

The award winning London Contemporary Orchestra – whose collaborators include Radiohead, Goldfrapp and Steve Reich – perform music from Under the SkinInterstellar and the recent Netflix series The Innocents, among other titles, as well as from Alien: Covenant, whose soundtrack the LCO recorded.

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Bach and Vivaldi by Candlelight | The Locrian Ensemble
Aug
8
7:30 pm19:30

Bach and Vivaldi by Candlelight | The Locrian Ensemble

The Locrian Ensemble perform works by Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, and Pachelbel by candlelight at one of London’s most iconic churches, St Martin-in-the-Fields. Bringing together some of the most prominent string soloists in London, the Locrian Ensemble, was formed in 1995 and immediately established an enviable reputation for its recordings, broadcasts and live performances. The group frequently records scores for film and TV and have recently topped the classical music charts with their recording of Debbie Wiseman’s score for BBC TV’s critically acclaimed dramatisation of ‘Wolf Hall’. This exciting ensemble, bringing individual members’ flair to bear on the greatest chamber and orchestral pieces, makes the Locrian Ensemble one of the most dynamic groups working in the field of classical music today.

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BBC Proms 2019 | Prom 38: Solomon’s Knot
Aug
14
10:15 pm22:15

BBC Proms 2019 | Prom 38: Solomon’s Knot

BBC Proms 2019 | JS Bach with Solomon’s Knot

Singing with small forces and without a conductor, British musical collective Solomon’s Knot brings a contemporary clarity and freshness to all its performances.

The singers make their Proms debut with an all-Bach Late Night Prom of cantatas composed for the Feast of St Michael – the saint who, appropriately, protects against the evils of darkness and night.

The programme includes the richly scored cantatas Herr Gott, dich loben alle wirand Es erhub sich ein Streit, as well as the dramatic Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg, with its glorious chorale finale.

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Britten Sinfonia | Beethoven Symphony Cycle (Nos 7 & 8)
May
21
7:30 pm19:30

Britten Sinfonia | Beethoven Symphony Cycle (Nos 7 & 8)

A thrilling Viola Concerto featuring one of today’s foremost violists, Lawrence Power, plus a short but inventive symphony all brought together with a jubilant and joyous close. Britten Sinfonia and Thomas Adès’ Beethoven partnership, described by The Times as “dazzlingly played… impelled by Thomas Adès’ impassioned conducting” returns with Symphonies No. 7 and No. 8.

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Britten Sinfonia | Beethoven Symphony Cycle (Nos 1 & 2)
May
20
7:30 pm19:30

Britten Sinfonia | Beethoven Symphony Cycle (Nos 1 & 2)

Britten Sinfonia make a welcome return to Brighton Festival with a concert as part of their three-year Beethoven Symphony Cycle with renowned composer and conductor Thomas Adès.

Adès works regularly with orchestras, opera companies and festivals around the world.

Britten Sinfonia is one of the world’s most celebrated and pioneering ensembles acclaimed for its virtuoso musicianship and a versatility that is second to none. Together they bring a new and fresh approach to this all Beethoven concert. 

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Sound Unbound 2019 Festival | Barbican Centre
May
19
12:00 pm12:00

Sound Unbound 2019 Festival | Barbican Centre

Heroic Beethoven: Symphony No 3 - Barbican Hall

Stephen Fry introduces Beethoven’s Eroica, performed by Britten Sinfonia and Thomas Adès.

Music will burst from the Barbican and out across Culture Mile’s architectural gems with a line-up of artists for whom the boundaries between classical and contemporary, experimental and jazz are blurred – or never even existed in the first place.

Kick back to the music of Steve Reich on the Barbican Lakeside. Discover the symphony that changed music forever with Stephen Fry. Watch the Academy Award-winning film The Artist with music performed by a live orchestra. And hear the music of Philip Glass reimagined by electronica producer Max Cooper.

From authentic medieval sounds to hypnotic minimalist masterpieces, there are over 100 sessions, installations and more to explore – and you can tap into any of them for free.

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Britten Sinfonia | Beethoven Symphony Cycle (Nos 7 & 8)
May
18
7:30 pm19:30

Britten Sinfonia | Beethoven Symphony Cycle (Nos 7 & 8)

A thrilling Viola Concerto featuring one of today’s foremost violists, Lawrence Power, plus a short but inventive symphony all brought together with a jubilant and joyous close. Britten Sinfonia and Thomas Adès’ Beethoven partnership, described by The Times as “dazzlingly played… impelled by Thomas Adès’ impassioned conducting” returns with Symphonies No. 7 and No. 8.

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Rambert | PreSentient / NEW Marion Motin / In your rooms
May
14
7:30 pm19:30

Rambert | PreSentient / NEW Marion Motin / In your rooms

Rambert presents the first major UK revivals of two landmark dance works alongside a new creation by Marion Motin, whose hip hop-influenced style is probably best known through her work for Christine and the Queens and her VMA-nominated video for Dua Lipa‘s IDGAF.

In 2002 Wayne McGregor found the perfect match for his signature style of angular movement and lyrical phrasing in the music of Steve Reich’s Triple Quartet. The piece he made for Rambert, PreSentient, marked the arrival of a major talent on the world stage. Hofesh Shechter had a similar impact in 2007 with In your rooms, a piece of heart-stopping intensity blending the personal and the political.

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Philip Glass - The Bowie symphonies | London Contemporary Orchestra
May
9
7:30 pm19:30

Philip Glass - The Bowie symphonies | London Contemporary Orchestra

Attend the European premiere of Philip Glass’ Symphony No.12, a tribute to the chameleon genius of pop mastermind David Bowie.

It’s performed alongside his First and Fourth symphonies by trail-blazing new music ensemble the London Contemporary Orchestra, innovative organist James McVinnie and Grammy award winning singer Angelique Kidjo.

Philip Glass’ Symphony No.1 and Symphony No.4 reimagine the first two albums of David Bowie’s Berlin trilogy, Low and Heroes, as classical works.

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Kreutzer Quartet | Bainbridge, Beethoven & Haydn
May
8
7:30 pm19:30

Kreutzer Quartet | Bainbridge, Beethoven & Haydn

  • Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, St Hilda's College, Oxford (map)
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The renowned Kreutzer Quartet perform Simon Bainbridge’s Second String Quartet framed by two delectable Haydn quartets and one of Simon’s most favourite chamber works, Beethoven’s epic Op.135.

Ludwig van Beethoven - String Quartet No. 16 in F major, Op. 135
Simon Bainbridge - Quartet No. 2
Franz Joseph Haydn - 'The Bird' Op. 33 No. 3
Franz Joseph Haydn - 'Lark' Op. 64 No. 5

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Chineke! Orchestra | Stephen Lawrence Day Concert
Apr
22
7:30 pm19:30

Chineke! Orchestra | Stephen Lawrence Day Concert

The orchestra marks the first Stephen Lawrence Day, held on the anniversary of the teenager's murder in 1993, with a concert of works by BME composers.

Chineke! Orchestra performs Errollyn Wallen's upbeat Concerto Grosso for piano, violin and double bass, Philip Herbert's Elegy, written in memory of Lawrence and featuring an orchestra of 18 string players – one for each year of his life, and the sparkling Starburst by the young American composer, Jessie Montgomery. Avril Coleridge-Taylor’s Sussex Landscape receives a rare performance, an expansive reflection on the beauty of that part of southern England where she spent the final years of her life.

Beethoven's joyous Eighth Symphony rounds off the evening.

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Solomon’s Knot | St John Passion (1725 version)
Apr
16
7:00 pm19:00

Solomon’s Knot | St John Passion (1725 version)

Solomon’s Knot makes its debut at Wigmore Hall with a rarely heard version of a familiar favourite. The Johannes-Passion of JS Bach exists in four different variants, not all of which are fully reconstructible, and that with which we are most familiar is a combination of these. For his second performance in 1725, just one year after the first, Bach made significant changes: the framing choral pillars of the work were replaced, and key arias, above all for the tenor, were changed. Fans of the Johannes-Passion unfamiliar with the 1725 version will have the pleasure of seeing (or hearing!) an old friend in a new light. Solomon’s Knot will also perform the motet that was sung after every Passion performance in Leipzig, ‘Ecce quomodo moritur justus’ by Jacob Handl.

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Shaw Goes Wilde | Pegasus Opera Company
Apr
14
2:30 pm14:30

Shaw Goes Wilde | Pegasus Opera Company

Shaw goes Wilde | Two One-Act Operas by Philip Hagemann

Pegasus Opera Company presents the UK Premier of two one-act operas by Philip Hagemann based on Bernard Shaw's 'The Music Cure' & Oscar Wilde's 'The Nightingale and the Rose'.

The Music Cure It is 1913 and Lord Reginald is being investigated by Parliament for inside trading. Needless to say, he is distressed. His beloved mother hires a famous and dynamic female concert pianist to cheer him up. This is a tale of satirical wit, love and desire, enhanced by the brilliance of Hagemann’s music.

The Nightingale and the Rose A student has fallen in love with a young maiden who demands he shows his feelings by giving her a red rose. Unable to find one, a nightingale offers to make a red rose for him. Wilde’s bittersweet tale is adopted by New York based Composer and conductor, Philip Hagemann.

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Shaw Goes Wilde | Pegasus Opera Company
Apr
13
7:30 pm19:30

Shaw Goes Wilde | Pegasus Opera Company

Shaw goes Wilde | Two One-Act Operas by Philip Hagemann

Pegasus Opera Company presents the UK Premier of two one-act operas by Philip Hagemann based on Bernard Shaw's 'The Music Cure' & Oscar Wilde's 'The Nightingale and the Rose'.

The Music Cure It is 1913 and Lord Reginald is being investigated by Parliament for inside trading. Needless to say, he is distressed. His beloved mother hires a famous and dynamic female concert pianist to cheer him up. This is a tale of satirical wit, love and desire, enhanced by the brilliance of Hagemann’s music.

The Nightingale and the Rose A student has fallen in love with a young maiden who demands he shows his feelings by giving her a red rose. Unable to find one, a nightingale offers to make a red rose for him. Wilde’s bittersweet tale is adopted by New York based Composer and conductor, Philip Hagemann.

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Shaw Goes Wilde | Pegasus Opera Company
Apr
12
7:30 pm19:30

Shaw Goes Wilde | Pegasus Opera Company

Shaw goes Wilde | Two One-Act Operas by Philip Hagemann

Pegasus Opera Company presents the UK Premier of two one-act operas by Philip Hagemann based on Bernard Shaw's 'The Music Cure' & Oscar Wilde's 'The Nightingale and the Rose'.

The Music Cure It is 1913 and Lord Reginald is being investigated by Parliament for inside trading. Needless to say, he is distressed. His beloved mother hires a famous and dynamic female concert pianist to cheer him up. This is a tale of satirical wit, love and desire, enhanced by the brilliance of Hagemann’s music.

The Nightingale and the Rose A student has fallen in love with a young maiden who demands he shows his feelings by giving her a red rose. Unable to find one, a nightingale offers to make a red rose for him. Wilde’s bittersweet tale is adopted by New York based Composer and conductor, Philip Hagemann.

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Roundhouse Gala 2019
Mar
14
7:00 pm19:00

Roundhouse Gala 2019

Pet Shop BoysLaura Mvula, Beverley KnightSeal and the Trevor Horn Band will be joined by a line-up of other world-class artists soon to be announced. Guests will be treated to a Champagne and canapé reception on arrival, followed by a lavish three course meal in our iconic Main Space.

The evening will be hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan and will also include performances from our very own Roundhouse home-grown talent.

On the night there will be the opportunity to bid for money-can’t-buy items in our auction, including incredible artwork from Sir Antony GormleyMarc QuinnConrad Shawcross and Sir Peter Blake; the chance to train to be a jockey for a year and a trip to Miami with a once in a lifetime opportunity to sit on the lighting desk for a Rolling Stones gig and meet Ronnie Wood.

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Rambert | Life is a Dream
Mar
2
7:30 pm19:30

Rambert | Life is a Dream

Life is a Dream is a spectacular new dance show from Olivier Award-winner Kim Brandstrup, the choreographer behind  Rambert Dance Company‘s Transfigured Night. Dramatic, lyrical dancing from Rambert’s world-class ensemble, dream-like imagery from legendary filmmakers the Quay Brothers and a live orchestra playing the rich music of Witold Lutosławski  combine to transport you into an otherworldly atmosphere.

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Rambert | Life is a Dream
Mar
1
7:30 pm19:30

Rambert | Life is a Dream

Life is a Dream is a spectacular new dance show from Olivier Award-winner Kim Brandstrup, the choreographer behind  Rambert Dance Company‘s Transfigured Night. Dramatic, lyrical dancing from Rambert’s world-class ensemble, dream-like imagery from legendary filmmakers the Quay Brothers and a live orchestra playing the rich music of Witold Lutosławski  combine to transport you into an otherworldly atmosphere.

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Rambert | Life is a Dream
Feb
28
7:30 pm19:30

Rambert | Life is a Dream

Life is a Dream is a spectacular new dance show from Olivier Award-winner Kim Brandstrup, the choreographer behind  Rambert Dance Company‘s Transfigured Night. Dramatic, lyrical dancing from Rambert’s world-class ensemble, dream-like imagery from legendary filmmakers the Quay Brothers and a live orchestra playing the rich music of Witold Lutosławski  combine to transport you into an otherworldly atmosphere.

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Kreutzer Quartet - British Violin Making Association
Feb
3
10:30 am10:30

Kreutzer Quartet - British Violin Making Association

Makers’ Day is the British Violin Making Association’s annual showcase of violin and bow makers – the best of new making in Britain and abroad. The Kreutzer Quartet will be with us this year, it is expected that Halls One and Two will be available for them to try out instruments upon which their lunchtime concert will be performed.

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Musica Poetica | German Christmas Baroque
Dec
22
7:30 pm19:30

Musica Poetica | German Christmas Baroque

Musica Poetica is delighted to be returning to Bath Recitals, to close its 2018 season with a glorious celebration of Christmas.

This festive evening celebrates the music of JS Bach, in a programme featuring some of his most famous cantatas and chorales. These are paired with seasonal favourites by composers who inspired Bach, including Praetorius, Buxtehude and Schütz.

Tickets available from Bath Recitals.

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Solomon's Knot Baroque Collective
Dec
10
7:00 pm19:00

Solomon's Knot Baroque Collective

  • Milton Court Concert Hall - Barbican (map)
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Solomon’s Knot’s singers all sing from memory; and have no conductor.  There will be very direct communication with the audience. This concert will be Solomon’s Knot’s second ever appearance at the Barbican, following their 5* (The Times) performance in Bach weekend in June 2018.

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London Sinfonietta
Dec
7
9:30 pm21:30

London Sinfonietta

Mark Bowden’s new saxophone concerto is inspired by Yuval Noah Harari’s extraordinary history of humankind; Sapiens. It forms part of a fascinating evening exploring links between musical composition and literature, presented by journalist and writer Bidisha. Also featuring the world premiere of Colin Matthews’ As Time Returns; a setting of poems by Czech poet Ivan Blatný, who was exiled to England in 1948, and Oliver Knussen's Songs Without Voices, this varied evening of music and discussion will give you food for thought.

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Mala & The Outlook Orchestra
Dec
2
7:30 pm19:30

Mala & The Outlook Orchestra

Lose yourself in a night of bass and dubstep from legendary producer Mala, The Outlook Orchestra and special guest vocalists.
The 20-piece Outlook Orchestra features some of the UK's finest musicians and includes two drummers in an extended rhythm section, along with large string and horn sections. The Orchestra is conducted by Tommy Evans.

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Solomon's Knot Baroque Collective
Dec
1
7:00 pm19:00

Solomon's Knot Baroque Collective

Seasonal concert of music by the three ‘Johanns’ who were subsequently cantor at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig: Schelle, Kuhnau and Bach. All sung from memory, the concert features Bach’s jubilant Magnificat in Eb, which he composed for Christmas Day. It is paired with Kuhnau’s rarely heard Magnificat, which served as a model for Bach’s masterpiece. Opening with an Advent Motet by Schelle, baroque collective Solomon’s Knot make their much-anticipated return to Nottingham with this seldom heard music for the festive season.

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Kreutzer Quartet
Oct
12
7:30 pm19:30

Kreutzer Quartet

A programme of pioneering composers, built round Gloria Coates’s Piano Quintet, premiered by the Kreutzers in Munich in 2015. The Quartet’s two-decade collaboration with Coates has resulted in many premieres and an acclaimed recordings of all her quartets, piano trio, violin concerto and solo violin sonata. Ives and Crawford Seeger’s quartets are both ground-breaking works; it’s impossible to think of the work of Ligeti or Carter without them, and they are balanced by the brilliant invention of Foss and Kirchner’s solo and duo. 

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Arcadia Music Festival
Oct
7
4:00 pm16:00

Arcadia Music Festival

  • St. Giles Church, Downton on the Rock (map)
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The greatest composer ever? Well, with eleven musicians we hope to cover a wide range of the great man’s vast output and to provide a meaningful portrait of his times, outlook and personality to boot.  There is instrumental music, religious music and one of the great musical puzzles, ‘A Musical Offering’, written towards the end of his life and as a result of one of the most celebrated encounters in musical history.   Do come along to the illustrated talk – event 2 – when we’ll attempt to unravel the hidden messages.  A performance of the complete work is something of a rarity so event 4 will be full of atmosphere in the lovely setting of St Giles Downton.   

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