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Live at the Huddersfield Festival. Bunita Marcus: Music for Japan. Naomi Pinnock: Music for Europe. Christian Mason: In a World of Invisible Waves. Olga Neuwirth: incidendo/fluido.

Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Robert Worby present the second of two live Hear and Now concerts from Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. You can hear the German/Icelandic Ensemble Adapter playing music by Bunita Marcus and a Naomi Pinnock world premiere in tribute to the cult Japanese ensemble Sound Space Ark, and British pianist Richard Uttley in pieces by Christian Mason and Olga Neuwirth. Plus Taiwan-born soprano Peyee Chen in two solo works by Michael Finnissy and free improvisation from British trumpeter Percy Pursglove and Norwegian drummer Thomas Stronen.

Programme includes:

Bunita Marcus: Music For Japan (UK premiere)
Naomi Pinnock: Music for Europe (world premiere)
Ensemble Adapter

Christian Mason: In a world of invisible waves: a butterfly (UK premiere)
Richard Uttley (piano)

Olga Neuwirth: Incidendo/fluido
Richard Uttley (prepared piano & electronics)

Michael Finnissy: Song 1; Song 16
Peyee Chen (soprano)

Free improvisation by Percy Pursglove (trumpet) and Thomas Stronen (drums).

2 hours


  • Sat 26 Nov 2016 22:00

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