Just uploaded a video of Ensemble Paramirabo‘s performance of my The Circus Animals’ Desertion from 7 November at Turner Sims in Southampton.
Canadian new music group, Ensemble Paramirabo performed my The Circus Animals’ Desertion in Turner Sims as part of the University of Southampton Music Department’s Lunchtime Concert Series on Monday. It was great to have the ensemble here and they did an awesome job on my piece. They are also playing the piece tonight at a concert at Birmingham Conservatoire.
The amazing Elizabeth Kenny played my ‘Extending from the inside’ for solo theorbo at the Turner Sims recently. Her performance was up there with the very best performances of my work EVER!
I have just finished a mini-tour with the group I am fortunate enough to conduct Workers Union Ensemble. We performed at Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton, Birmingham Conservatoire and a final gig at LSO St. Luke’s in London. I can honestly say it has been totally brilliant to work with all in the ensemble and composers we commissioned on our ‘Constructing a Repertoire’ project. Can’t wait for future adventures!! For now here are some recordings from our Birmingham gig…
Workers Union Ensemble @ Turner Sims Concert Hall
Monday, October 28, 2013
1:00pm - All Ages
University of Southampton
Performance at Turner Sims Concert Hall as part of the University of Southampton Music @ 1pm series including new works by Danny Saleeb, Matthew Kaner and Joe Cutler.
The Arts Humanities Research Council have made a cool film about the Compositions for Cochlear Implant Project I work on at the University of Southampton.
The Workers Union Ensemble will perform at the legendary Turner Sims Concert Hall at 1pm, 30th April 2012. The programme includes my own Ripped Up, pieces by by Adam Fergler, Michael Finnissy, Matthew Kaner and a brand new work by Ryan Latimer.