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Ivan Hewett presents a programme from the 2010 Canterbury Sounds New festival. He talks to event director Paul Max Edlin and introduces works by Poppe, Holler and Grisey.

Ivan Hewett presents the first of two programmes from the Canterbury Sounds New Festival and talks to festival director Paul Max Edlin. Including performances from two of Europe's leading contemporary groups, Ensemble Modern and Ensemble Intercontemporain and two world premieres.

Enno Poppe: Gelöschte Lieder 1999
Ensemble Modern

Roderick Watkins: Trace (world premiere)
Ensemble Intercontemporain

Basil Athanasiadis: Dance of the Seven Veils (world premiere)
Julian Warburton, Simon Limbrick, Adrian Spillett (percussion)

York Höller: Klangzeichen
Ensemble Intercontemporain

Gerard Grisey: Talea
Ensemble Modern.

1 hour, 30 minutes

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Sat 19 Jun 2010 22:30

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