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Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Robert Worby present live coverage of the 2014 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, including world premieres from Christian Wolff and Larry Goves.

Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Robert Worby present live coverage of the 2014 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, a key event on the European new music calendar. Featured tonight is a concert by the Norwegian BIT20 Ensemble including a world premiere from Larry Goves and recent works by two young Nordic composers, Yan Erik Mikalsen and Anna Thorvaldsdottir. Philip Thomas performs a brand new piano piece by American experimentalist Christian Wolff, now in his 80th year. And we drop in on Bates Mill Photographic Studio where David Toop and Evan Parker share some rarities from their personal vinyl collections.

Jan Erik Mikalsen: Too much of a good thing is wonderful (UK premiere)
Larry Goves: The Devotions (commissioned by BIT20 Ensemble and hcmf//, world premiere)
Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Aequilibria (UK premiere)

BIT20 Ensemble
Baldur Bronnimann (conductor)

Christian Wolff: Sailing By (world premiere)
Philip Thomas (piano).

2 hours

Last on

Sat 22 Nov 2014 22:00

Music Played

  • Anna Thorvaldsdottir

    Aequilibria

    Performer: BIT20 Ensemble. Performer: Baldur Brönnimann.
  • Jan Erik Mikalsen

    Too much of a good thing is wonderful

    Performer: BIT20 Ensemble. Conductor: Baldur Brönnimann.
  • Larry Goves

    The Devotions

    Performer: BIT20 Ensemble. Conductor: Baldur Brönnimann.
  • Christian Wolff & Philip Thomas

    Sailing By

  • Manuel Rodriguez Valenzuela

    T(t) BLOCKS; A+B+C+D

    Performer: Crossing Lines.

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