Up Close and Music

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Fidelia Cafe, London, 2.30pm

The Other Side of the Sea and Beyond

Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Something More than Mortal

Héloïse Werner, The Other Side of the Sea (excerpts) – libretto by Octavia Bright

Georges Aperghis, Récitation N.9

Cathy Berberian, Stripsody

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London Sound Gallery

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London Sound Gallery Festival, produced by The Gesualdo Six

Online broadcast, 5pm

The Hermes Experiment connect creative beginnings to nostalgic farewells and inevitable endings: works by Emily Hall, Errollyn Wallen and Alex Mills are performed alongside arrangements of pieces by Anna Meredith and Peter Maxwell Davies. Two new graphic scores by Anna Disley-Simpson and Jacob Fitzgerald, selected from a recent open ‘Call for Scores’, will be premiered by The Hermes Experiment and The Gesualdo Six in a collaborative performance.

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Michael Cuddigan Trust

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The Hermes Experiment

Great Hall, Blackheath Halls, London – 5pm

Three new commissions from:

Eleanor Alberga, Deep Blue Sea
Ayanna Witter-Johnson, Draw The Line
Raymond Yiu, Written at Sunset

Kerry Andrew (arr. Denholm), Fruit Songs
Lily Boulanger (arr. Schofield), Attente & Reflets
Ewan Campbell, London, he felt fairly certain, had always been London
Sergei Prokofiev (arr. Schofield), Visions Fugitives
Clara Schumann (arr. Pashley), Liebst du um Schönheit

This concert is generously supported by The Michael Cuddigan Trust.

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RWCMD Recital

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with The Tippett Quartet, live-streamed from Cardiff – 7.30pm

Ravel, String Quartet, interspersed with Ravel songs (arr. Bozidar Vukotic and Héloïse Werner)
Freya Waley-Cohen, Spell Book (Volume 2)
Kate Whitley, 3 Charlotte Mew Settings

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SJSS Concert

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St John’s Smith Square, London, 8pm

An evening of thoughtful and uplifting new music, spanning a variety of styles and traditions, performed by Héloı̈se Werner (soprano), Kit Downes (organ) and Colin Alexander (cello) who will be spaced at the extremes of the concert hall, surrounding the audience. Each performer will offer around twenty minutes of their own solo works, written over the last six months, and the programme will also feature five short text pieces written especially for the occasion by Errollyn Wallen, Shiva Feshareki, Jasmin Kent Rodgman, Jonathan Cole and Love Ssega.

In this atmospheric setting and glowing acoustic, the concert will bring together some of the most exciting creative voices on the scene. With spatially-distanced trio commissions, dazzling solo soprano works, bright and colourful organ music and peaceful cello compositions, this is a celebration of the importance of music and the arts today.

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Spitalfields Festival: At Home

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(rescheduled from 27 June due to covid-19)

New work for Miller-Porfiris Duo

3pm, online

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Live at ROSL

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The Hermes Experiment

ROSL London Clubhouse, 6pm

We are delighted to be returning to ROSL in December to give a recital. Our programme will feature works by Freya Waley-Cohen, Errollyn Wallen, Graham Ross and Jeremy Thurlow as well as new arrangements of Clara Schumman and Lili Boulanger songs.

If you are unable to join us in person, this concert will be livestreamed, so register for a free place below for the online event.


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