Music We'd Like to Hear
Robert Worby presents a concert curated by Music We'd Like to Hear, with new works by Joanna Bailie, Stephen Chase, Sarah Hughes, Dominic Lash, Amber Priestley and Paul Whitty.
Robert Worby presents a concert recorded recently at St Mary-at-Hill church in the City of London, part of an annual series of events curated by Music We'd Like to Hear, led by the composers John Lely and Tim Parkinson. The concert features new chamber works written and performed by some of today's leading voices in experimental music: Joanna Bailie, Stephen Chase, Sarah Hughes, Dominic Lash, Amber Priestley and Paul Whitty.
Plus the latest edition of Modern Muses, Hear and Now's series in which composers and performers reflect on their collaborations, featuring the Dutch composer Louis Andriessen and the Italian experimental singer Cristina Zavalloni.
Joanna Bailie: On and Off 2 (2008) for 3 radios, 3 boomboxes, laptop
Dominic Lash: A Wilderness of Harmony (2015) for 5 players
Stephen Chase: harmoniphon vexed (2009) for 6 melodicas
Sarah Hughes: Collapsed Points For Living In (2015) for solo double bass
Paul Whitty: This is what happens when nothing happens (2015) for 5 players
Amber Priestly: Did not feel very well at skool (31/1/1977) (2015) for 5 players
Ensemble We'd Like To Hear.