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New Music Biennial 2019

Kate Molleson presents highlights from the New Music Biennial 2019 at London's South Bank Centre, featuring Jessica Curry, Numb Mob, Sam Eastmond, Rolf Hind and David Fennessy.

Kate Molleson presents highlights from the New Music Biennial 2019, which took place at the South Bank Centre in London last weekend. World premiere performances of newly commissioned music for a diverse range of performing artists and groups.

Sam Eastmond: Brit-Ish Suite; 1. The Pink Shagpile Carpet Song (AKA The King Of Spank)
Spike Orchestra

Dan Jones – Music for 7 Ice Cream Vans [excerpt]

Jessica Curry: She Who
National Youth Choirs of Great Britain

Numb Mob: Where to Build in Stone

Rolf Hind: Tiger's Nest for gamelan, 2 prepared pianos & percussion
Colin Currie (percussion)
Rolf Hind (piano)
Zubin Kanga (piano)
Isabelle Carré (gamelan soloist)
Robert Campion (gamelan soloist)
Southbank Gamelan Players

David Fennessy: Panopticon
Psappha

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1 hour, 59 minutes

Music Played

  • Sam Eastmond

    Brit-Ish

    Orchestra: Spike Orchestra. Director: Sam Eastmond.
  • Dan Jones

    Music for 7 Ice Cream Vans (excerpt)

    Performer: Dan Jones.
  • Jessica Curry

    She Who

    Choir: National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.
  • Numb Mob

    Where to Build in Stone

    Ensemble: Numb Mob.
  • Rolf Hind

    Tiger's Nest for gamelan, 2 prepared pianos & percussion

    Performer: Rolf Hind. Performer: Colin Currie. Performer: Zubin Kanga. Performer: Isabelle Carré. Performer: Robert Campion. Ensemble: Southbank Gamelan Players.
  • David Fennessy

    Panopticon

    Ensemble: Psappha.

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