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Tate Modern, Judith Weir, Juice, Riot Ensemble, Trish Clowes, Guildhall School Percussion Ensemble

Suzy Klein presents a special edition live from Tate Modern gallery in London, as part of Radio 3's New Year New Music week. Plus Sara Mohr-Pietsch on How to Listen to New Music.

Suzy Klein presents a special edition live from Tate Modern gallery in London, as part of Radio 3's New Year New Music week. There's live new music from Juice, the Riot Ensemble, saxophonist and composer Trish Clowes and percussionists from London's Guildhall School of Music & Drama, with a special focus on music connected with the sculptor Alexander Calder. Suzy talks to Master of the Queen's Music, composer Judith Weir and to Tate Modern's Director of Exhibitions, Achim Borchardt-Hume, about their current exhibition of Calder's colourful mobiles. Plus Sara Mohr-Pietsch with more tips on How To Listen To New Music.

2 hours

Music Played

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  • Kerry Andrew

    Ojo

    Ensemble: Juice.
  • Earle Brown

    November 1952

  • Earle Brown

    Calder Piece (excerpt)

  • Earle Brown

    Folio II

    Ensemble: Beat and Track Ensemble.
  • Benjamin Tassie

    Sun

    Ensemble: Juice Newton.
  • Trish Clowes

    Pfeiffer & the Whales

  • Trish Clowes

    Pack up all your cares & woes

  • Emily Hall

    "4.05"

    Ensemble: Juice.
  • Augusta Read Thomas

    Capricci (Hummingbird Romance)

    Ensemble: Riot Ensemble.
  • Benjamin Graves

    Noctur(Ne)

    Ensemble: Riot Ensemble.
  • Edgard Varèse

    Density 21.5

    Ensemble: Riot Ensemble.
  • Trad. Arr. Sarah Dacey

    Cruel Mother

    Ensemble: Juice.
  • Judith Weir

    Michael's Strathspey

  • Tammas Slater

    Mechanical Passion

  • Patrick Harrex

    "…dreams, shadows, smoke…"

    Ensemble: Riot Ensemble.
  • Anna Snow

    Seven Star Girls

    Ensemble: Juice=Juice.

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