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Nouvelle Vague

Tom McKinney introduces a programme which introduces some of the next generation of British composers, some of whom featured in a recent concert given in Manchester by Psappha.

Tom McKinney introduces a programme which introduces some of the next generation of British composers, several of whom featured in a recent concert given in St Michael's Ancoats, Manchester, given by Psappha as part of their young composer mentoring scheme ".... Composing For". As well as new works by new composers, Psappha's programme also included a performance of music by Charlotte Bray.

Emma Wilde: "El Hilo del Tiempo"
Luke Carver Goss (amplified accordion and effects)
Royal Northern Sinfonia conducted by Jack Sheen

Will Frampton: "The Greening Variations"
Psappha -
Benedict Holland (violin)
Jennifer Langridge (cello)
Benjamin Powell (piano)

James Williamson: Fault-Klang
Psappha -
Dov Goldberg (bass clarinet)

Lucy Armstrong - "Space Adventure"
Psappha

Robert Reid Allan: "The Palace of Light"
Psappha -
Benjamin Powell (piano)

Bethan Morgan-Williams: "In Kenopsia"
Psappha -
Tony Boorer (trombone)
Bethan Morgan-Williams (live electronics)

Michael Cryne: "In Cloud Light"
Psappha -
Conrad Marshall (alto flute)

Jack Sheen: "Found"
Lore Lixenberg (mezzo soprano)
Members of the Royal Northern Sinfonia

Joanna Ward: "to think at the sun"
Quinta (violin)
Members of Royal Northern Sinfonia

Charlotte Bray: "Caught In Treetops" (2010)
Psappha -
Benedict Holland (solo violin)
Conrad Marshall (flute)
Mana Shibata (oboe)
Dov Goldberg (clarinet)
Andrew Budden (horn)
David Hooper (trumpet)
Tony Boorer (trombone)
Benjamin Powell (piano)
Lauren Scott (harp)
Tim Williams (percussion)
Susi Meszaros (viola)
Jennifer Langridge (cello).

2 hours

Music Played

  • Tan Dun

    Eight Memories in Watercolour, Op.1: No.1 Missing Moon

    Performer: Lang Lang.
    • DG.

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