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SPNM events for December 2004

1 December – 1pm workshop, 5.30pm concert
St. Botolph’s Church, Aldgate, London EC2M

1pm Workshop
Organist David Goode and spnm artistic director Deirdre Gribbin lead a workshop of new works and discuss ways to utilize the organ.

5.30pm Rush-hour Concert

David Goode, organ

The programme includes five new works composed especially for this event.

Admission is free – no tickets are required. To indicate that you would like to attend, please email


7 December – 6pm spnm AGM, doors from 7.30pm
TAKE/ONE – THE ELYSIAN QUARTET (spnm Members’ Concert)
The Spitz, 109 Commercial St, London E1

The Elysian Quartet

Joanna Lee - String Quartet No. 1 – Sand Dunes (world premiere) Jerry Wigens - Emergency (world premiere) David Breeze - Voices (world premiere) Mark Argent - Floyen in the Rain (world premiere) Brian Wilshere - Dreamtimer (world premiere) John Reeman - Miniature for String Quartet (world premiere) Nick Casswell - Kinesis (world premiere) Roger Goula - Node (world premiere) George Crumb - Black Angels

New music for string quartet and electronics in the relaxed surroundings of the Spitz. spnm’s end of year party features the Elysian Quartet, one of the UK’s most dynamic young quartets. This is the annual spnm members’ event and admission is FREE for members (limited supply).

Tickets: FREE for spnm members, £8/£10 non-members
Box Office for reservations: 020 7392 9032
Non-members can book online at

We also warmly invite all members to attend spnm’s AGM at 6pm, where drinks will be served. Please RSVP to or call Shoël Stadlen on 020 7407 1640.


18 December, 2pm
BBC Studio 7, New Broadcasting House, Oxford Road, Manchester

BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
James MacMillan, conductor

Eneko Vadillo – Mutara (world premiere)
Iain Matheson – Every Moment Alters (world premiere)
Richard Norris – Further Musings (world premiere)
Richard FitzHugh – These are the little things (world premiere)

Tickets: free
Telephone: 0161 244 4001

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