Total Immersion: The Music of Louis Andriessen

13 February 2016 / 20:00
Hall


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The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs the UK premiere of two pieces by Louis Andriessen in an evening concert exploring his rich imaginative world.

Tonight’s concert begins with the third part of Andriessen’s absorbing opera De materie (1984-5) which explores the idea of the straight line, Mondrian and boogie-woogie piano via a geometric dance. Clark Rundell conducts his own suite from the surreal Spaghetti Western opera ROSA, Death of a Composer (1994). The evening culminates in the UK premiere of his major new orchestral piece, Mysterien, inspired by the writings on Thomas à Kemplis, and heralded as ‘flawless, mature Andriessen’.

Programme & Performers


Louis Andriessen De Stijl (De Materie, Part III)
Louis Andriessen arr Clark Rundell Rosa's Horses (UK Premiere)
Louis Andriessen Mysterien (UK Premiere)

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Clark Rundell conductor
Synergy Vocals
Fanny Alofs
speaker



7pm, Fountain Room
A pre-concert talk introducing the music in tonight's concert. (Free to ticket-holders)


Other events in the Total Immersion Day:
1pm Talk & Concert
3pm Concert
6.30pm Free performance



 






This event is part of:
Andriessen: M is for Man, Music & Mystery
BBC Symphony Orchestra 2015 - 16 Multibuy







 

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