Louis Andriessen: La Passione

9 February 2016 / 19:30
Hall


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Colourful textures, vivid sonorities and propulsive energy ignite in a concert that focuses on three ‘minimalist’ composers:  Steve Reich; the influential Dutch composer Louis Andriessen, and his former pupil, Steve Martland.

Expect pulsating, playful rhythms and melodic sequences, grand sensuous sound and impassioned expressiveness in a programme that includes Andriessen’s song cycle, La Passione, written in 2002 for featured soloists and close collaborators mezzo-soprano Cristina Zavalloni and violinist Monica Germino.

Programme & Performers


Martland Tiger Dancing
Steve Reich The Desert Music
Louis Andriessen La Passione

Britten Sinfonia
Clark Rundell conductor
Cristina Zavalloni mezzo soprano
Frederieke Saeijs violin
Britten Sinfonia Voices
Eamonn Dougan Britten Sinfonia Voices director


Post-concert talk, Hall

Join composer Louis Andriessen and conductor Clark Rundell in a discussion about tonight’s programme and performance.

Free to ticket holders



Please note, due to unforeseen circumstances Monica Germino is unable to perform in this concert. Violinist Frederieke Saeijs will perform in her place.






This event is part of:
Andriessen: M is for Man, Music & Mystery


Promoted by Britten Sinfonia




 

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