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Fri 8 September

Percussion at the Edge

Making sound come alive
Compton Marbling Barns
Salisbury
7:30 pm

Sam Wilson and George Barton open a new window on the world of percussion – with a computer light show by Sam Steer. The music they make will intrigue and elate you. From funky improvisation to the most delicate filigrees of sound, the duo take you on a journey from the roots of rhythm to the very latest beats.

Sun 10 September

Voice Transpiring Music

Make Music with Four Dedicated Musicians ready to entangle their ideas with yours
The Loft
London
2:00 pm

Jenni’s is creating a new musical space with adventurous musicians, all experienced improvisers. Instead of creating a straight-forward band Jenni will bring her considerable experience as a facilitator of others to entangle with her and her musicians, inviting a number of participants, probably one at a time, from the audience, to join them on stage. The idea behind this is to break with the audience/performer duality and seek new riches and contexts provided by each participant.

Fri 15 September

Tenebrae: Footsteps and Path of Miracles

UK premiere tour of Owain Park's Footsteps
Exeter Cathedral
Exeter
7:30 pm

Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles was the first major work commissioned by the award-winning professional vocal ensemble, Tenebrae, in 2005 and having received high acclaim (“an evocative odyssey” – The Times) returns this year for an extensive UK tour.  To accompany its revival, Tenebrae has commissioned a unique new choral work by Owain Park, Footsteps, which allows Tenebrae to perform alongside the Choristers of Truro Cathedral and marks Tenebrae’s fifteenth-anniversary season.

Sat 16 September

Tenebrae: Footsteps and Path of Miracles

UK premiere tour of Owain Park's Footsteps
Truro Cathedral
Truro
7:30 pm

Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles was the first major work commissioned by the award-winning professional vocal ensemble, Tenebrae, in 2005 and having received high acclaim (“an evocative odyssey” – The Times) returns this year for an extensive UK tour.  To accompany its revival, Tenebrae has commissioned a unique new choral work by Owain Park, Footsteps, which allows Tenebrae to perform alongside the Choristers of Truro Cathedral and marks Tenebrae’s fifteenth-anniversary season.

Fri 22 September

The Golden Dragon

Opening night of Music Theatre Wales' autumn tour
Sherman Theatre
Cardiff
7:30 pm

The UK’s leading contemporary opera company, Music Theatre Wales, returns this autumn with a shockingly relevant tale of migration and exploitation, Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös’s The Golden Dragon. Set in a Pan-Asian restaurant found in any city anywhere, and based on Roland Schimmelpfennig’s wildly successful play, The Golden Dragon is funny, shocking and touching in equal measure. The tour runs from Friday 22 September to Tuesday 31 October, 2017.

Sat 23 September

Contemporary Flute Day

With Carla Rees
Sharrow Performing Arts Space
Sheffield
10:00 am

This workshop aims to answer your questions about extended techniques, notation, new repertoire and more – come with a curious mind and discover the wide world of the contemporary flute.

Sun 24 September

Zoë Keating: One Cello x 16

Cello Unwrapped
Kings Place
London
7:30 pm

Groundbreaking composer and performer Zoë Keating creates a universe of music with a cello, a laptop computer and her own boundless imagination. Canadian-born Keating worked extensively in the tech industry while performing at night with various rock bands, eventually combining her formidable musical and technological skills into a visionary hybrid in which layers of cello are combined to form deeply evocative webs of melody and harmony.

Mon 25 September

Zoë Keating: One Cello x 16

Cello Unwrapped
Kings Place
London
8:00 pm

Groundbreaking composer and performer Zoë Keating creates a universe of music with a cello, a laptop computer and her own boundless imagination. Canadian-born Keating worked extensively in the tech industry while performing at night with various rock bands, eventually combining her formidable musical and technological skills into a visionary hybrid in which layers of cello are combined to form deeply evocative webs of melody and harmony.

Wed 27 September

London Philharmonic Orchestra: To the Limits

Part of Classical Season
Royal Festival Hall
London
7:30 pm

Jan Vogler and the London Philharmonic Orchestra perform Britten’s Symphony for cello & orchestra, Silvestrov’s Symphony No.3 (Eschatophony) and Janácek’s Taras Bulba, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.

Wed 27 September

Fata Morgana

Oxford Chamber Music Festival 2017
Sheldonian Theatre
Oxford
7:30 pm

The dramatic opening concert of the 2017 Oxford Chamber Music Festival, featuring renowned percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, as well as a world premiere of a new work by Latvian composer Peteris Vasks performed by violinists Priya Mitchell and Hugo Ticciati.

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