Leeds Lieder Festival – Young Artists

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19-22 April

Héloïse and duo partner pianist Imma Setiadi have been selected as Leeds Lieder Young Artists for the Leeds Lieder Festival 2018.

They will perform in masterclasses with both John Mark Ainsley and Sir Thomas Allen, and at the Young Artists concerts throughout the festival.

Their programme includes works by Debussy, Poulenc, Britten and Mendelssohn

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Debussy Festival

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“Debussy and Spain” – curated by Eugene Asti

Peacock Room, Trinity Laban, 7.30pm

Performing songs by Debussy from Fête Galantes with pianist Imma Setiadi

Multi-Story Orchestra

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Soprano with The Multi-Story Orchestra

Terry Riley, In C

4 Pancras Square, 8pm

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Barbara Hannigan Masterclass

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Héloïse has been selected to participate in Barbara Hannigan’s Masterclass at Trinity Laban, 2.30pm

(performing arias by Adams & Debussy)

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Voices of Revolution

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Philharmonia Voices

Royal Festival Hall, 7.30pm

Prokofiev, Cantata for the 20th Anniversary of the October Revolution

Vladimir Ashkenazy,  conductor

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Cafe OTO

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The Hermes Experiment

Cafe OTO, London, 7.30pm

New commissions by Alex Mills and Mira Calix
Graphic score by Eloise Gynn
Christian Wolff, Six Nocturnes
John Cage, In a Landscape
John Cage, Composition for 3 Voices
John Cage, Four6

This concert is generously supported by the RVW Trust and PRS for Music Foundation.

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Lunchtime Recital

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performing works by Debussy, Britten and Bernstein with pianist Imma Setiadi

Old Royal Naval Chapel, Greenwich, 1pm

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BBC Radio 3 Open Ear

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The Hermes Experiment

Lso St Luke’s, 7pm

Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta
Joel Rust, Pack of Orders
Josephine Stephenson, tanka

presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch and recorded for future broadcast

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The Other Side Of The Sea

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The Cockpit Theatre, London, 8pm

The Other Side Of The Sea is a new one-woman opera about language, memory and identity. Inspired by Héloïse’s experience of adopting English as a second language, it uses the central metaphor of the sea to explore the tension of an identity split linguistically, in this case between French and English. This unconventional piece layers poetry, music, and moving images to articulate the way the mind retains fragments of text, image, and sound at different levels of consciousness.
The project is generously supported by the Michael Cuddigan Trust and was developed during a Snape Maltings residency under the mentorship of cellist and composer Zoë Martlew.

Héloïse Werner, performer / composer
Octavia Bright, writer
Emily Burns, director
Jessie Rodger, filmmaker

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The Other Side Of The Sea

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Aldeburgh Parish Church, 7pm

The Other Side Of The Sea is a new one-woman opera about language, memory and identity. Inspired by Héloïse’s experience of adopting English as a second language, it uses the central metaphor of the sea to explore the tension of an identity split linguistically, in this case between French and English. This unconventional piece layers poetry, music, and moving images to articulate the way the mind retains fragments of text, image, and sound at different levels of consciousness.
The project is generously supported by the Michael Cuddigan Trust and was developed during a Snape Maltings residency under the mentorship of cellist and composer Zoë Martlew.

Héloïse Werner, performer / composer
Octavia Bright, writer
Emily Burns, director
Jessie Rodger, filmmaker

The first half of the concert will also feature my contemporary quartet The Hermes Experiment performing music by Dominic Wills, Kate Whitley, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov and Maxwell Davies.

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Cheltenham Festival

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8-15 July

Héloïse joins award-winning vocal trio Juice for the Cheltenham Composer Academy

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Sound and Music Summer School

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5-11 August

Héloïse will be working on the Sound and Music Summer School at The Purcell School of Music, workshopping & performing new works by young composers as a member of the “vocal group” led by Kerry Andrew.

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The Hermes Experiment – residency

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17-21 August

The Hermes Experiment undertake a residency in France under the mentorship of composer and cellist Zoë Martlew, with generous support from Help Musicians UK.

Swansea Festival

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Soprano with Polyphony Choir

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

Nawr Yr Awr / Now The Hero – An Immersive Requiem

A musical element forms the core of this site-responsive theatre project. This will be an immersive requiem, scored by twice Oscar-nominated Icelandic composer Johann Jóhannsson (‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘Sicario’ and ‘Arrival’) in collaboration with budding Welsh composer Owen Morgan Roberts. The libretto will be written by BAFTA Cymru winning writer Owen Sheers (‘Mametz’ and ‘The Passion’) and sung by Polyphony – Stephen Layton’s world famous Grammy winning choir.

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Swansea Festival

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Soprano with Polyphony Choir

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

Nawr Yr Awr / Now The Hero – An Immersive Requiem

A musical element forms the core of this site-responsive theatre project. This will be an immersive requiem, scored by twice Oscar-nominated Icelandic composer Johann Jóhannsson (‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘Sicario’ and ‘Arrival’) in collaboration with budding Welsh composer Owen Morgan Roberts. The libretto will be written by BAFTA Cymru winning writer Owen Sheers (‘Mametz’ and ‘The Passion’) and sung by Polyphony – Stephen Layton’s world famous Grammy winning choir.

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Swansea Festival

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Soprano with Polyphony Choir

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

Nawr Yr Awr / Now The Hero – An Immersive Requiem

A musical element forms the core of this site-responsive theatre project. This will be an immersive requiem, scored by twice Oscar-nominated Icelandic composer Johann Jóhannsson (‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘Sicario’ and ‘Arrival’) in collaboration with budding Welsh composer Owen Morgan Roberts. The libretto will be written by BAFTA Cymru winning writer Owen Sheers (‘Mametz’ and ‘The Passion’) and sung by Polyphony – Stephen Layton’s world famous Grammy winning choir.

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Swansea Festival

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Soprano with Polyphony Choir

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

Nawr Yr Awr / Now The Hero – An Immersive Requiem

A musical element forms the core of this site-responsive theatre project. This will be an immersive requiem, scored by twice Oscar-nominated Icelandic composer Johann Jóhannsson (‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘Sicario’ and ‘Arrival’) in collaboration with budding Welsh composer Owen Morgan Roberts. The libretto will be written by BAFTA Cymru winning writer Owen Sheers (‘Mametz’ and ‘The Passion’) and sung by Polyphony – Stephen Layton’s world famous Grammy winning choir.

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Swansea Festival

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Soprano with Polyphony Choir

Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

Nawr Yr Awr / Now The Hero – An Immersive Requiem

A musical element forms the core of this site-responsive theatre project. This will be an immersive requiem, scored by twice Oscar-nominated Icelandic composer Johann Jóhannsson (‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘Sicario’ and ‘Arrival’) in collaboration with budding Welsh composer Owen Morgan Roberts. The libretto will be written by BAFTA Cymru winning writer Owen Sheers (‘Mametz’ and ‘The Passion’) and sung by Polyphony – Stephen Layton’s world famous Grammy winning choir.

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