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Bangor New Music Festival 2010

The Bangor New Music Festival celebrated its tenth anniversary this March.

Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces new works performed at a concert in this year's Festival by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, and talks to two of the composers involved - Guto Puw (the Festival's Artistic Director) and Andrew Lewis.

Andrew Lewis: Danses acousmatiques - Torquetum (pas de cinq) (extract)
From the album 'Miroirs obscurs' (empreintes DIGITALes IMED 0789)

Guto Pryderi Puw: Hologram (R3 commission: world premiere)
Andrew Lewis: Number Nine Dream (world premiere)
Adrian Williams: Cello Concerto (R3 commission: world premiere)

BBC National Orchestra of Wales
conducted by Grant Llewellyn

Continung the Welsh theme, Sara also joins composer and harpist Rhodri Davies for a tour of his installation 'Room Harp', part of the exhibition 'all art is, is rhythm' at the Hatton Gallery in Newcastle's Great Northern Museum.

John Butcher/Rhodri Davies: Scrogg (extract)
From the album 'CARLIOL' (ftarri-220)

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1 hour, 30 minutes

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Sat 15 May 2010 22:30

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