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Upcoming Performances

Opera Scenes: Mary Queen of Scots
Aug
21
7:30 PM19:30

Opera Scenes: Mary Queen of Scots

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Scenes from the Tower

August 21, 24m at Summer Shares at La MaMa
Lauren Hlubny & Emily Bishai, Stage Directors
Beau Dream & Whitney George, Conductors and Music Directors
Dante Olivia Smith, Lighting Designer
Claire Townsend, Costume Designer

Featuring

Musgrave: Mary, Queen of Scots

Cast

Mary, Queen of Scots Lisa Faieta
James Stewart, Earl of Moray Connor Lidell
James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell Gabriel Hernandez
Lord Gordon Jonathan Harris
Mary Seaton Andrea Howland Myers

http://dellarteopera.org/project/scenes-from-the-tower-2019/

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Night Windows with Strings UK Premiere
Sep
12
7:30 PM19:30

Night Windows with Strings UK Premiere

Govan’s own orchestra The Glagow Barons give the UK premiere of the string version of Thea Musgrave’s oboe work Night Windows. Premiered in Stockholm late last year at the Stockholm International Composer Festival by Nicholas Daniel, he gave the US premiere just this July. But now it is Amy Turner, Principle oboe player at Scottish Opera, who takes up the mantle for the first performance on home turf.

More information to follow… http://www.glasgowbarons.com/coming-up

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Alison Balsom plays Musgrave
Oct
2
7:30 PM19:30

Alison Balsom plays Musgrave

Alison Balsom gives the new Musgrave Concerto its second outing in Birmingham with Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, who celebrate their centenary this year. Walton’s Troilus and Cressida is British music at its most sensuous – and sensational. Mirga loves it, and as part of the CBSO’s centenary celebrations she’s giving it a long-overdue revival. It closes the concert.

Alison Balsom, Trumpet
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla , Conductor
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Gipps: Symphony No. 2, 21′
Thea Musgrave:  Trumpet Concerto (CBSO Centenary Commission), 20′
Walton: Troilus and Cressida: Suite, 35′

CBSO+ 6.15pm: Discover more about Thea Musgrave’s new CBSO Centenary Commission in this special preconcert talk with Alison Balsom and Jeremy Bushell – Principal Fourth Horn.

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Loch Ness Premiere: Iceland Symphony Orchestra
Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Loch Ness Premiere: Iceland Symphony Orchestra

At the season's first family concert, the Iceland Symphony invites concert guests to travel through time, stopping to appreciate some milestones in the history of Western music. Among an afternoon of classics is the Icelandic premiere of Thea Musgrave’s light-hearted Loch Ness.

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Musical Time Travel | Iceland Symphony Orchestra

featuring music by Monteverdi, Lully, Bach, Jón Leifs, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson, Mélanie Bonis, John Williams, Thea Musgrave and Lára Rún Eggertsdóttir

The tour guides for this remarkable journey through the magical world of music are Þuríður Blær Jóhannsdóttir and Guðmundur Felixson, who lead listeners of all ages through a captivating landscape of fields and valleys, climbing the highest peaks and exploring mystical narratives of monsters in the sea and myths on land.

The programme includes rambunctious dances, music from The Magic Flute, the Ode to Joy, and Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson's Lofsöngur, as well as monster music from Scotland, with tuba player Nimrod Ron in the spotlight together with students from Fljótsdalshérað district, who illustrated the work. The programme is rounded out by high-spirited tunes from Indiana Jones and a brand-new work by the winner of the Upptakturinn prize. 

At the podium is American conductor Michelle Merrill, who is well known for her work with young audiences and has directed a host of educational projects with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and others in North America.

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Trumpet Concerto German Premiere at Elbphilhamonie
Oct
8
7:30 PM19:30

Trumpet Concerto German Premiere at Elbphilhamonie

Alison Balsom gives the new Musgrave Concerto its third outing and its German Premiere with Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, who are on tour to Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie concert hall. Alongside it is Walton’s Troilus and Cressida: British music at its most sensuous – and sensational. Mirga loves it, and as part of the CBSO’s centenary celebrations she’s giving it a long-overdue revival. It closes the concert.

Alison Balsom, Trumpet
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla , Conductor
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Gipps: Symphony No. 2, 21′
Thea Musgrave: Trumpet Concerto (CBSO Centenary Commission), 20′
Walton: Troilus and Cressida: Suite, 35′

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Phoenix Rising in Germany (1/2)
Nov
14
7:30 PM19:30

Phoenix Rising in Germany (1/2)

Join the Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra for their programme of contemporary international music and its actors, including a performance of Thea Musgrave’s tone poem for orchestra Phoenix Rising.


Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Unsuk Chin:
Prelude to the 5th scene from the opera "Alice in Wonderland"
Bernd Franke: "Open Doors". Concert for bandoneon and orchestra
Marko Nikodijevic: »GHB / Tanzaggregat
Jeffrey Ching's :"Fenghuang Singing" (world premiere)
Thea Musgrave: Phoenix Rising

Andión Fernández mezzo-soprano
Lothar Hensel Bandoneon
Armando Merino, Wilson Ng conductor

The Firebird as a mythological "phoenix from the ashes" not only pervades Thea Musgrave's popular orchestral piece, but also inspired Jeffrey Ching as a Chinese lucky man to create his new composition, which was commissioned by the IMPULS festival. One may be particularly curious, because only last season Ching thrilled the Magdeburg audience with his chamber opera "The true story of King Kong", a multimedia fusion of chamber opera, puppet theater and video art.

With Armando Merino and Wilson Ng there are two promising young talents at the conductor's podium, who will certainly give new impulses with their fresh handwriting.

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Phoenix Rising in Germany (2/2)
Nov
15
7:30 PM19:30

Phoenix Rising in Germany (2/2)

Join the Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra for their programme of contemporary international music and its actors, including a performance of Thea Musgrave’s tone poem for orchestra Phoenix Rising.


Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Unsuk Chin:
Prelude to the 5th scene from the opera "Alice in Wonderland"
Bernd Franke: Open Doors - Concert for bandoneon and orchestra
Marko Nikodijevic: »GHB / Tanzaggregat
Jeffrey Ching's : Fenghuang Singing (world premiere)
Thea Musgrave: Phoenix Rising

Andión Fernández mezzo-soprano
Lothar Hensel Bandoneon
Armando Merino, Wilson Ng conductor

The Firebird as a mythological "phoenix from the ashes" not only pervades Thea Musgrave's popular orchestral piece, but also inspired Jeffrey Ching as a Chinese lucky man to create his new composition, which was commissioned by the IMPULS festival. One may be particularly curious, because only last season Ching thrilled the Magdeburg audience with his chamber opera "The true story of King Kong", a multimedia fusion of chamber opera, puppet theater and video art.

With Armando Merino and Wilson Ng there are two promising young talents at the conductor's podium, who will certainly give new impulses with their fresh handwriting.

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Largo in Homage to B.A.C.H. at Christmas
Dec
15
6:00 PM18:00

Largo in Homage to B.A.C.H. at Christmas

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In the Christmas concert by the Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss, Baroque, classical and contemporary music enter into an imaginative dialogue and will close with Musgrave’s Largo in Homage to B.A.C.H. Also found on the programme are Mozart's airy A major Symphony KV 201 and Bach's first "Brandenburg Concerto". Performed and directed by Nicholas Daniel, the program relies entirely on the oboe as a solo instrument.

Georg Friedrich Händel: "The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba" 
Georg Friedrich Händel: Oboe Concerto in C Minor
Alec Roth: "Departure of the Queen of Sheba" for oboe, cor anglais and strings
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 29 in A major KV 201
Johann Sebastian Bach: Symphony for the cantata BWV 174 
Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 BWV 1046
Johan Helmich Roman: Concerto for Oboe d'amore
Thea Musgrave: Largo in Homage to BACH

Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss
Nicholas Daniel  | Lead and oboe

Concert introduction: 17:15 with Dr. Ing. Matthias Corvin

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BBC Proms... at Holy Sepulchre London
Aug
17
3:00 PM15:00

BBC Proms... at Holy Sepulchre London

The BBC Singers and Chief Conductor Sofi Jeannin take the Proms to the ‘Musicians’ Church’, Holy Sepulchre London (aka St Sepulchure-without-Newgate), where Proms founder-conductor Henry Wood first learnt the organ and was later laid to rest.

This varied conspectus of 20th-century English choral music opens with the setting of lines by the then Poet Laureate, John Masefield, that Walton composed for the unveiling of the church’s Henry Wood memorial window in 1946. Thea Musgrave’s Rorate Coeli joins the programme alongside works by Elizabeth Maconchy and Judith Weir.

BBC Singers | Sofi Jeanin, conductor

William Walton: Where does the uttered music go?
Benjamin Britten: Sacred and Profane
John Ireland: The Holy Boy(3 mins)
Thea Musgrave: Rorate coeli(11 mins)
Elizabeth Maconchy: Three Donne Songs – No. 1: A Hymn to God the Father
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Valiant-for-truth
Judith Weir: Missa del Cid
Joanna Lee: At this man’s hand (BBC commission: world premiere)

There will be no interval

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Space Play at Tanglewood
Aug
11
10:00 AM10:00

Space Play at Tanglewood

TMC Fellows perform a program of works for larger ensembles, including the American premiere of Andrew Hamilton’s music for people who like art, Steve Reich’s Radio Rewrite, and Thea Musgrave’s Space Play. The program also includes the American premiere of a new work by Nathan Shields (a TMC co-commission with the Mendelssohn Academy Orchestra of the Leipzig Gewandhaus).

Andrew Hamilton: music for people who like art (American premiere)
Nathan Shields: New work (American premiere; TMC commission)
Steve Reich: Radio Rewrite
Thea Musgrave: Space Play

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