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25 Apr



United Kingdom
 Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7.30pm 
The Miracle of the Rose
CBSO Centre
Berkley Street. B1 2LF
United Kingdom
http://www.bcmg.org.uk
info@bcmg.org.uk

CBSO

The only Birmingham concert of BCMG’s 2014/15 season with the masterful Oliver Knussen at the helm, sets three American works (Stravinsky was a naturalised U.S. citizen by the time he wrote Septet in 1953) alongside two by German composers – including a world premiere from Arne Gieshoff. Plus a late addition to the programme, Alexander Goehr’s chamber symphony between the Lines following BCMG’s premiere of the piece in Cambridge in November 2014.

The most substantial piece in the programme, Henze’s 40-minute Le Miracle de la Rose, is a musical evocation of a literary work of the same title by the French poet and playwright Jean Genet. The poetic content is transposed entirely into instrumental terms, with the exceptional Timothy Lines as soloist evoking the principal characters: the sixteen-year-old murderer Harcomone who awaits execution (solo clarinet); and the poet himself (bass clarinet). Many of the other thirteen instruments represent figures from the Genet book – the judge expresses himself through the trumpet, the priest is represented by the horn, the trombone stands for the lawyer, while the heckelphone stands for the executioner.

Of the American modernist composers to emerge in the second half of the 20th century, George Perle proved to be one of the most delectable craftsmen. Born in 1915, his first encounter with the music of Schoenberg in the late 1930s made a profound impression, ultimately leading him to develop his own rich and complex musical language. His late works Critical Moments (1996) and Critical Moments 2 (2001) are collections of pithy movements (six and nine respectively) in which flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and percussion exchange piquant thematic fragments.



Igor Stravinsky : Septet
George Perle : Critical Moments
Alexander Goehr : between the Lines
Arne Gieshoff : katá
George Perle : Critical Moments 2
Hans Werne Henze : Le Miracle de la Rose

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28 Apr



United Kingdom
 Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Ensemble Intercontemporain / Boulez at 90
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

Ensemble Intercontemporain
Matthias Pintscher conductor

Ensemble Intercontemporain offers a 90th birthday salute to its founder Pierre Boulez, with music by Debussy, Robin, Pintscher - and Boulez himself.

For eight decades, Pierre Boulez has challenged the world of music – and Ensemble Intercontemporain has explored the pathways he’s opened. Tonight, under Mattthias Pintscher it continues to explore, and pays a 90th birthday tribute to its founder: Boulez himself, and two modern classics that never sound any less new.

Boulez founded Ensemble Intercontemporain in 1976, and he’s the presiding genius tonight - his influence resonates through the music of IRCAM graduate Yann Robin. Current music director Matthias Pintscher is an increasingly influential creative force, and his performance of Choc, his powerful “Antiphon” from 1996 will have a special energy and authority. But behind each of these works is the towering presence of Boulez himself, and performances of his Memoriale and the astonishing Sur Incises for three pianos, three harps and percussion will reveal afresh the beauty and sheer creative power of this great modernist mind.


Claude Debussy : Syrinx
Pierre Boulez : Memoriale
Matthias Pintscher : Choc (Monumento IV)
Yann Robin : Asymétriades
Pierre Boulez : Sur Incises

29 Apr



Wales
 Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Evening Concert: In Collaboration with Tŷ Cerdd
BBC Hoddinott Hall
Cardiff
Wales

BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Tecwyn Evans Conductor
Ruby Hughes Soprano
Philippe Schartz Trumpet

A concert championing the works of five female composers from Wales. Grace Williams collaborated extensively with BBC NOW during her lifetime – here, her Trumpet Concerto is played by our Principal Trumpet Philippe Schartz. There’s also music by Tŷ Cerdd’s Composer in Residence Hilary Tann; plus, two world premieres from acclaimed composers Sarah Lianne Lewis and Lynne Plowman.

Hilary Tann : The open field
Grace Williams : Trumpet Concerto
Sarah Lianne Lewis : Is there no seeker of dreams that were?
Lynne Plowman : Catching Shadows
Rhian Samuel : Clytemnestra

30 Apr 
 
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3 May



United States
 Sunday, May 03, 2015 at 7.00pm 
(con)temporary (in)sights presents: Ryan Muncy
Spectrum
121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor, NYC
United States
http://https://www.facebook.com/spectrumNYC

Tickets: $10 at the door
Ryan Muncy - http://ryanmuncy.com/

The (con)temporary (in)sights initiative brings new audiences, composers, and performers together to celebrate and explore the world of contemporary music. Our 2015 concert series focuses on featuring composers/performers of exceptional musicality and aims to contextualize some of the most intricate and demanding contemporary music being written today.

Chaya Czernowin : The Last Leaf
Ann Cleare : Luna
Evan Johnson : Largo Calligrafico
Andrew Greenwald : 33 Words Compressed
Aaron Cassidy : Asphyxia

4 May 
 
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9 May



United States
 Saturday, May 09, 2015 at 9:30pm - 10:30pm 
(con)temporary (in)sights presents: Marcelo Toledo
Spectrum
121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor, NYC
United States
http://https://www.facebook.com/spectrumNYC

Tickets: $20/$15 (at the door)
Performers TBA



The (con)temporary (in)sights initiative brings new audiences, composers, and performers together to celebrate and explore the world of contemporary music. Our 2015 concert series focuses on featuring composers/performers of exceptional musicality and aims to contextualize some of the most intricate and demanding contemporary music being written today.

We are honored to be able to present the first portrait concert in the USA featuring composer, Marcelo Toledo.

http://marcelotoledomusic.com/


Marcelo Toledo : Continuación de la Nada
Marcelo Toledo : En la más ardua oscuridad
Marcelo Toledo : Selva roja
Marcelo Toledo : Aliento/Arrugas
Marcelo Toledo : 60!!!
Marcelo Toledo : Arco
Marcelo Toledo : Qualia I
Marcelo Toledo : Ondulaciones del Ahora
Marcelo Toledo : De lo fugaz perpetuo
Marcelo Toledo : Polifonía concreta

9 May



United Kingdom
 Saturday, May 09, 2015 at 2.30pm 
The Neville Ensemble: Memories in music
Ushaw College, Durham
Ushaw College, nr Bearpark, Durham
United Kingdom
0191 373 8579
http://www.ushaw.ac.uk
kathryn.alderson@ushaw.ac.uk

Tickets: £5.00
Elizabeth Roberts Soprano
Jane Shuttleworth Recorder
Christopher Skelton-Foord Piano
Janet Evans Piano

Songs, and music written for the recorder, by some of England’s finest 20th Century composers.

David Dubery : Three Songs to Poems by Robert Graves
Lennox Berkley : Sonatina
Benjamin Britten : Cabaret Songs
Gordon Jacob : Variations
Edward Elgar : Sea Pictures
Edmund Rubbra : Passacaglia sopra “Plusiers Regrets”
Herbert Howells : Gavotte

10 May 
 
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12 May



United States
 Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 8.00pm 
Trio Casals
Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall
New York
United States
http://www.carnegiehall.org

Tickets: $25
Trio Casals - Piano Trio based in Philadelphia - Ovidiu Marinescu (cello); Sylvia Ahramjian (violin); Anna Kislitsyna (piano)

Concert sponsored by Parma Recordings, of New Hampshire, perform new works for cello solo and piano trio that will be released on CD (title: Moto Continuo) on August 11th 2015, on the Navona label.

Brian Noyes : Piano Trio Op38

13 May 
 
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17 May



United States
 Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 03:00pm 
Odyssey Opera: The British Invasion Theatre
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $20 and Up
Odyssey Opera

Odyssey Opera's month-long (May-Jun) THE BRITISH INVASION opera festival kick-starts with a three-night performance of Vaughan Williams's Sir John in Love (May 17, 20 + 23). A Shakespearean opera in English, Sir John in Love perfectly depicts the colorful characters and jumbled relationships of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Vaughan Williams : Sir John in Love

18 May 
 
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20 May



United States
 Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 7:30pm 
Odyssey Opera: The British Invasion Festival
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $20 and Up
Odyssey Opera

Odyssey Opera's month-long (May-Jun) THE BRITISH INVASION opera festival kick-starts with a three-night performance of Vaughan Williams's Sir John in Love (May 17, 20 + 23). A Shakespearean opera in English, Sir John in Love perfectly depicts the colorful characters and jumbled relationships of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Vaughan Williams : Sir John in Love

21 May 
 
22 May



United States
 Friday, May 22, 2015 at 03:00pm 
Odyssey Opera: The British Invasion Festival
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $20 and Up
Odyssey Opera

Odyssey Opera's month-long (May-Jun) THE BRITISH INVASION opera festival continues with a two nights of a double-bill of William Walton’s The Bear and Arthur Sullivan’s The Zoo (May 22 + 24). Based on a short play by Chekhov, The Bear is a humorous tale about an ostentatiously virtuous widow, Yelena Ivanovna Popova, and her late husband’s boorish but well-­‐‑intentioned creditor, Grigory Stepanovitch Smirnov. With a libretto written by B.C. Stephenson and music by Arthur Sullivan, The Zoo remained unpublished and unperformed for many years. This one-­‐‑act “musical folly” is sprightly and charming, unfolding through cleverly set arias, choruses, and patter.

William Walton : The Bear
Arthur Sullivan : The Zoo

23 May



United States
 Saturday, May 23, 2015 at 7:30pm 
Odyssey Opera : The British Invasion Festival
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $20 and Up
Odyssey Opera

Odyssey Opera's month-long (May-Jun) THE BRITISH INVASION opera festival kick-starts with a three-night performance of Vaughan Williams's Sir John in Love (May 17, 20 + 23). A Shakespearean opera in English, Sir John in Love perfectly depicts the colorful characters and jumbled relationships of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Vaughan Williams : Sir John in Love

24 May



United States
 Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 07:30pm-09:00pm 
Odyssey Opera: The British Invasion Festival
Boston University Theatre
264 Huntington Avenue
United States

Tickets: $20 and Up
Odyssey Opera

Odyssey Opera's month-long (May-Jun) THE BRITISH INVASION opera festival continues with a two nights of a double-bill of William Walton’s The Bear and Arthur Sullivan’s The Zoo (May 22 + 24). Based on a short play by Chekhov, The Bear is a humorous tale about an ostentatiously virtuous widow, Yelena Ivanovna Popova, and her late husband’s boorish but well-­‐‑intentioned creditor, Grigory Stepanovitch Smirnov. With a libretto written by B.C. Stephenson and music by Arthur Sullivan, The Zoo remained unpublished and unperformed for many years. This one-­‐‑act “musical folly” is sprightly and charming, unfolding through cleverly set arias, choruses, and patter.

William Walton : The Bear
Arthur Sullivan : The Zoo

25 May 
 

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