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United Kingdom
 Saturday, May 05, 2018 at Three concerts at 11:30, 3:00 and 7:30 
Late Music: A three-part journey through Twentieth Century piano repertoire
Unitarian Chapel, York
St Saviourgate
United Kingdom
http://www.latemusic.org

Tickets: £18/14 for all-day tickets. Individual concert tickets are also available - www.latemusic.org
Ian Pace - piano

Three concerts in a single day, exploring some of the key works in the piano repertoire of the Twentieth Century.Concert 1: Schoenberg, Ives, Ravel, Bartok, Debussy etc. Concert 2: Janacek, Seeger, Webern, Cage, Messiaen etc. Concert 3: Stockhausen, Boulez, Ligeti, Finnissy, Weir, Takemitsu, etc.


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United Kingdom
 Wednesday, May 09, 2018 at 7.30pm 
English Symphony Orchestra perform a World Premiere of David Matthews' Symphony No 9
St Georges Concert Hall, Bristol

United Kingdom

Tickets: £40, £35, £30, £25, £15, £5
English Symphony Orchestra
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cello
Kenneth Woods, conductor

Describing itself as ‘the international orchestra of Elgar country’, it is fitting that this programme by the English Symphony Orchestra is bookended by two beloved works by Elgar. Alongside the enticing prospect of hearing Sheku Kanneh-Mason as soloist in the Cello Concerto, there is the chance to hear an acclaimed new orchestral rendering of the Piano Quintet. Elgar himself wrote of this work, composed a century ago in 1918, that it ‘runs gigantically and in a large mood’. So it is perhaps unsurprising how well it works in what a recent Gramophone review describes as ‘a richly upholstered orchestration’ – whilst also managing to be ‘astutely appreciative of the simmering passion and sense of loss that permeate this wistful creation.’

Complementing these quintessentially English works is the world premiere of a new symphony by another composer with a distinctively English sensibility, David Matthews.

Limited ticket availability!


David Matthews : Symphony No.9
Edward Elgar : Piano Quintet (version for symphony orchestra)
Edward Elgar : Cello Concerto

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United Kingdom
 Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 6.30pm 

The Whitworth
Oxford Rd, Manchester M15 6ER
United Kingdom
http://www.psappha.com/event/here-and-now/

Tickets: £5.50 to £17.50 (including concessions).
Psappha Ensemble

In a programme inspired by film, photos and animation, Psappha, Manchester’s professional contemporary classical music ensemble, showcases new works from some of the UK’s leading young composers: Will Frampton, Dani Howard, David John Roche and Bethan Morgan-Williams, whose work has been directly inspired by The Whitworth collection. Each piece will receive its world première as audiences take a musical adventure through the gallery.

Judd Greenstein : Plan of the City
MIchael Gandolfi : History of the World in Seven Acts
David Fennessy : 5 Hofer Photographs
Will Frampton : Music Alone
Dani Howard : The Den
David John Roche : No Steel Leaves
Bethan Morgan-Williams : Traces of a disco

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