Category Archives: Gigs

ONE MORE EDIT – Bristol Old Vic – Bristol – 12/04/21

What
ONE MORE EDIT
When
Monday, April 12, 2021
8:00pm - 16+ Buy Tickets
Where
Bristol Old Vic (map)
Bristol
Other Info
One More Edit is a collection of works made for film from some of the most exciting artists working in dance, from the UK and overseas.

It will include a version of 'Enemy of the Stars' featuring music Hollie Harding and I co-wrote at the Cohan Collective Residency in 2019.

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In the Alps, with Juliet Fraser – Turner Sims Concert Hall – Southampton – 09/02/20

What
In the Alps, with Juliet Fraser
When
Sunday, February 9, 2020
7:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
University of Southampton
Southampton
Other Info
I will be directing the Hartley Loop Orchestra in a University of Southampton Department of Music concert including Saint-Saens 'Carnival of the Animals', a new work by emerging composer Zoe Sones and Richard Ayres' amazing 45-minute melodrama 'In the Alps'. Juliet Fraser will take on the soprano part in the Ayres with Verity Brooks and David Owen Norris soloists in the Saint-Saens. All VERY exciting.

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\\\’Extending from the Inside\\\’ @ Wigmore Hall – Wigmore Hall – London – 05/07/19

What
'Extending from the Inside' @ Wigmore Hall
When
Friday, July 5, 2019
1:00pm
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All Ages
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Where
6 Wigmore St, Marylebone
London W1U 2BP
Other Info
Elizabeth Kenny will play my 'Extending from the inside' as part of her recital Wigmore Hall. Here's the blurb:

Late sixteenth-century musicians and poets spent much time attempting to re-make contemporary culture in the image of the Ancients: the intellectual-sounding chitarrone was one of the more unlikely fruits of this movement. But with its long second neck and eccentric tuning it soon acquired a reputation for comedy, and was nicknamed tiorba, (an old man’s hurdy gurdy), and in England, ”theorbo”. Player-composers explored experimental harmonies and, flowing tunes underpinned by its deep bass strings. Today’s composers are taking the instrument into new imaginative terrain, exploring its twin identities.

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