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March 2017

Edwin ROXBURGH: Concerto for Piano & Wind Orchestra (World Premiere)

March 30
Blackheath Halls,
23 Lee Road
London, SE3 9RX United Kingdom
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Trinity Laban Wind Orchestra, Karl Lutchmeyer, piano, Tim Reynish, conductor. Performance starts 7.30pm. Find out more »
April 2017

Basil ATHANASIADIS: Interrupted Dreams

April 2
Miller Theatre, Columbia University School of the Arts,
2960 Broadway (at 116th St)
New York, NY 10027 United States
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Mayumi Miyato, sho, and Yumi Kurosawa, 21-string koto. Performance starts 4.00pm. Find out more »

Diana BURRELL: Chaconne (World Premiere)

April 7
Bradford Cathedral,
1 Stott Hill
Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 4EH United Kingdom
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European Union Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Goldscheider, horn. Performance starts 7.30pm. Find out more »
May 2017

Naji HAKIM: Concerto No.1 for Organ & String Orchestra

May 20
Deutschherrenkapelle,
Pfahlerstrasse 2
Saarbrucken, 66117 Germany
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Collegium Instrumentale Saarbrücken, Helmut Haag, conductor, Christian von Blohn, organ. Find out more »

Naji HAKIM: Concerto No.1 for Organ & String Orchestra

May 21
Christuskirche,
Wolfshohlstrasse 30
St Ingbert, 66386 Germany
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Collegium Instrumentale Saarbrücken, Helmut Haag, conductor, Christian von Blohn, organ. Find out more »

Havergal BRIAN: It was a Lover and his Lass; The Dream; Sweet Solitude

May 27
Dorchester Abbey,
High Street
Dorchester, Oxfordshire OX10 7HH United Kingdom
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Godwine Choir, Hilary Davan Wetton, conductor. Performance starts 7.00pm. Find out more »
June 2017

Stephen MONTAGUE: Wild Nights

June 3
St Nicholas’s Church,
Brighton, BN1 3LJ United Kingdom
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Joel Sachs (Juilliard School, New York) directs the American Contemporary Ensemble, an ensemble of young, highly talented UK-based musicians in a programme drawn from the celebrated American avant-gardists including John Cage, Morton Feldman and Earle Brown; plus ‘Wild Nights’, an Emily Dickinson setting, by American-born Stephen Montague, a Sussex resident. Part of the ‘Listen America!’ series. Performance starts 7.30pm. Find out more »

Diana BURRELL: Missa Brevis (World Premiere)

June 18
Brentwood Cathedral,
Ingrave Road
Brentwood, Essex CM15 8AT United Kingdom
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Brentwood Cathedral Choir, Andrew Wright, director. Brentwood Cathedral Celebration of the Diocesan Centenary. Find out more »

Edwin ROXBURGH: Prelude & Toccata

June 28
St Mary Magdalene Church,
Munster Square
London, NW1 United Kingdom
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Matthew Schellhorn, piano. Markson Pianos Concert Series. Find out more »
July 2017

Diana BURRELL: Chaconne

July 8
Oundle School Chapel,
Oundle
Peterborough, PE8 4GH United Kingdom
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European Union Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Goldscheider, horn. Find out more »
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