A Scream and an Outrage: Session Five

with Calder Quartet, So Percussion and Joby Talbot

12 May 2013 / 14:00
LSO St Luke’s


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Groundbreaking ensembles So Percussion and Calder Quartet have been defying boundaries in string and percussion music for the last decade.

Some of the twenty Etudes for Piano by Philip Glass will also be performed in this session. If you'd like to see the whole series of Etudes, you can book for all three Sunday sessions taking advantage of our 20% multibuy discount.

Programme
Philip Glass Etudes for Piano (how many tbc)
Daníel Bjarnason
Qui Tollis
Joby Talbot New String Quartet
Steve Reich
Mallet Quartet
Michael Nyman String Quartet No. 3
Tristan Perich Octet
Jason Treuting Oblique Music (Octet)

Programme subject to change

We are sorry to inform that due to illness Maki Namekawa is unable to travel and will no longer be performing in Session Five, LSO St Luke’s and Session Six, Hall as previously advertised.

However we are delighted to announce that  the Glass Etudes will now be played by:

Session Four, LSO St Lukes 11am
Etudes 1, 2, 3, 4 Nico Muhly

Session Five, LSO St Lukes 2pm
Etudes 5,6 Philip Glass
Etudes 7, 14,15,19 Huw Watkins

Session Six, Hall 7.30pm
Etudes 8,9,10 Philip Glass
Etudes 11, 12 Nico Muhly
Etudes 13, 16, 17, 18, 20 Timo Andres




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