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Wed 3 May - Wed 5 July

Concerts and Cakes

Live Music Now
The Riverfront
Newport

A series of matinee concerts, which combine delightful live music and entertainments whilst you enjoy a hot beverage and a little treat from The Riverfront Café.

Tue 27 June - Wed 28 June

A Certain Kind of Light

Juliet Fraser presents an intimate programme of new music for voice and fixed audio
Oxford House in Bethnal Green
London

Soprano Juliet Fraser presents an intimate programme of new music for voice and fixed media that voyages through meditation, memorialising, murmuring and mimicry to cast new light on what it means to sing and to be a singer. Programme to include works by Linda Buckley, Eleanor Cully, Lawrence Dunn and Cassandra Miller.

This project has been generously supported by the PRS for Music Foundation.

Fri 30 June

Jo Kondo: Calamintha

Seth Josel (guitar) / Ensemble We'd Like To Hear
St Mary-at-Hill
London
7:30 pm

Japanese composer Jo Kondo’s solo guitar work set alongside a mix of solo and interactive pieces by Kara Feely, Nomi Epstein, Sarah Hughes, Martin Iddon, Hauke Harder and Christian Wolff.

Sat 1 July

Late Music Lunchtime: PercusSing

Ana Beard Fernández (soprano) & Zoë Scheuregger (marimba)
St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel
York
1:00 pm

Pieces on conflict and resolution, setting poems by Emily Dickinson. Featuring premieres by William Brooks, Rose Hall, Joe Steele and Ben Rowarth, plus music by Emma-Ruth Richards and Martin Scheuregger.

Sat 1 July

John Cage and Christian Wolff

Music for piano and large ensemble
Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, School of Music
Leeds
8:00 pm

John Cage‘s Concert for Piano and Orchestra (1957–8) and the world première of Christian Wolff’RESISTANCE performed by members of Apartment House. The concert is programmed as part of the Performing Indeterminacy International Conference. Conference delegates receive one ticket included in their registration.

Sun 2 July

Wild, Weird and Wonderful

More Wild, Weird and Wonderful music on 2nd July 2017
East Sussex Music Academy
Lewes
6:00 pm

Radical and entertaining works by Dave Smith, Sheena Phillips, Patrick Harrex, John Hawkins, Toby Roundell and Zoe Martlew. Adam Swayne’s final concert as CoMA Sussex MD after nine wonderful years.

Mon 17 July

Music Theatre Wales presents ‘Y Twr’ (The Tower)

New opera by Guto Puw
Buxton Opera House
Buxton
7:15 pm

Based on Gwenlyn Parry’s classic play, this touching and lyrical new opera is the intimate story of a pair of lovers over the course of a lifetime, set within the tower of its title. In Welsh, with English surtitles.

Wed 26 July

Three Choirs Festival: Echoes of a Distant Land – The Marsyas Trio with Jessica Summers

Helen Vidovich (flute), Val Welbanks (cello), Zubin Kanga (piano) & Jessica Summers (soprano)
Worcester Baptist Church
Worcester
11:00 am

This programme features works for chamber trio and voice spanning three centuries to the present day, alongside a newly commissioned work by the Welsh composer Hilary Tann.

Sat 29 July

Arvo Pärt

Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten
Wells Cathedral
Wells
7:00 pm

Arvo Pärt‘s Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten alongside a programme of pieces by Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Vaughan Williams, Britten, Harris, and Sir James MacMillan. Featuring Sophie Bevan (soprano), Kate Bray (Mezzo), Andrew Tortise (Tenor), George Humphreys (Bass), Southern Sinfonia and Christopher Stokes (Organ), conducted by Graham Caldbeck.

Mon 31 July - Mon 7 August

rarescale Summer School

A week of creative music making for composers and flute players
Harlaxton Manor

Join rarescale for a week of composition, collaboration and flute playing. Taught courses and retreats for composers and flute players. Concerts during the week. Tutors are Carla Rees (flute) and Michael Oliva (composition).

Price includes accommodation.

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