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2014 British Composer Awards

Andrew McGregor and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present highlights from the 2014 British Composer Awards ceremony, held at Goldsmiths' Hall in the City of London.

For over ten years the British Composer Awards have provided a platform for the best in new music from the UK. In this special edition of Hear and Now, Andrew McGregor and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present highlights from the 2014 Awards ceremony held last Tuesday at Goldsmiths' Hall in the City of London. They'll be talking to some of the winning composers, and offering a chance to hear some of their music.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Django Bates

    The Study of Touch

    Performer: Beloved Trio. Performer: Norrbotten Big Band.
  • Bertram Wee

    Sonicalia

    Performer: Amos Miller. Performer: David Gordon Shute.
  • Simon Dobson

    Journey of the Lone Wolf

    Performer: Nicholas Childs. Performer: Black Dyke Band.
  • Martin Iddon

    Danae

    Performer: Distractfold Ensemble.
  • Kerry Andrew

    Dart’s Love

    Performer: Grant Doyle. Performer: Rebecca Askew. Performer: Hazel Holder. Performer: Claire Wild. Performer: Chroma Key. Performer: Rebecca Thorn.
  • Ed Hughes

    Chaconne for Jonathan Harvey

    Performer: Michael Waldron.
  • Kerry Andrew

    Woodwose

    Performer: Westminster community groups.
  • Kaija Saariaho

    Circle Map

    Performer: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Conductor: Susanna Mälkki.
  • Cecilia McDowall

    Night Flight

    Performer: Graham Ross. Performer: Joy Lisney.
  • Mark-Anthony Turnage

    Frieze

    Performer: National Youth Orchestra of GB. Conductor: Vasily Petrenko.
  • Sir Harrison Birtwistle

    Songs from the Same Earth

    Performer: Mark Padmore. Performer: Andrew West.
  • Rebecca Saunders

    Solitude

    Performer: Severine Ballon.
  • Tom White

    Public Address

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