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01/17/2015

Casken and Goehr at Wigmore Hall

Tonight at Wigmore Hall, the Nash Ensemble perform John Casken’s Infanta Marina and Alexander Goehr’s …around Stravinsky in a pre-concert concert and discussion. The concert is part of a series for the ensemble's 50th anniversary season showcasing some of the many works they commissioned ...

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01/06/2015

Larcher Wins Stoeger Prize

Schott composer Thomas Larcher is the winner of the Elise L. Stoeger Prize for 2014/15. The Stoeger Prize is given every two years in recognition of significant contributions to the field of chamber music composition. A composer of great achievement on canvasses both large and small, Larcher ...

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12/22/2014

In Memory of Jane Bown

    In memory of Jane Hope Bown who passed away yesterday at the age of 89, here is the photograph she took of Sir Michael Tippett in his later years.  

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11/28/2014

Gerald Barry & Fidelio Trio

On Friday 5 December, Darragh Morgan (violin) and Mary Dullea (piano) from The Fidelio Trio will give the world premiere of Gerald Barry’s new work, “ All day at home busy with my affairs ”. The performance takes place as part of the trio’s Winter Chamber Music Festival at Belvedere House in Drumcondra, ...

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11/13/2014

Humphrey Searle talk at Liszt Society's Annual Day

This year’s Liszt Society Annual Day and International Piano Competition on 15 November will include a talk on its founding member, Schott composer Humphrey Searle. The talk will be given by David Sutton-Anderson at Goldsmith’s University in London and will include a performance of Searle’s piano ...

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11/05/2014

A Tribute to Steve Martland

On Tuesday 11 November at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, percussionist Colin Currie will be joined by Aurora Orchestra and conductor Nicholas Collon for a concert dedicated to the memory of Schott composer Steve Martland.  Martland, who died in 2013, has been described as 'one of the most ...

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10/06/2014

Grainger work premiered after 100 years

A previously unperformed work by Percy Grainger awaits its unveiling on 8 October at Kings Place in London: “ Youthful piano concerto movement (1896) ”. Written whilst he was studying at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt when Grainger was 13, the concerto will receive its world premiere over 100 ...

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10/02/2014

Martland Monument – A Celebration of Steve Martland

This October, the Sandee/Van Nieukerken piano duo kick off ‘Martland Monument’, a series of concerts in commemoration the late Steve Martland. Spanning the 2014/15 season, ‘Martland Monument’ plans to be a vibrant and colourful exhibition of Martland’s music, alongside the works of other outstanding ...

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10/02/2014

Maxwell Davies’ "The Trojan Games" receives UK Premiere

This year has been quite a special one for Sir Peter Maxwell Davies who turned 80 last month, sparking numerous performances of his works in celebration concerts. This Saturday 4 October, the ensemble Psappha present a ‘birthday gift to Max’ at Hallé St. Peter’s in Manchester. Stephen Barlow will ...

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09/19/2014

The Importance of Being Earnest Released on CD

NMC Recordings releases the first recording of Gerald Barry's outlandish and wildly successful opera,  The Importance of Being Earnest , on 22 September as part of their 25th Anniversary celebrations. Thomas Adès leads Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and the starry cast from the opera's ...

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