RICHARD MILLER Skylight
ANGELA SLATER Eye o da Hurricane
ELECTRA PERIVOLARIS Chessmen
ARTHUR KEEGAN-BOLE Sextet
JAMES MORIARTY Sounding Space
LILLIE HARRIS Consumption (world premiere)
ROBIN HAIGH Aesop (world premiere)
Darren Bloom conductor
Tabea Debus recorder
Pasha Mansurov flute
Scott Lygate clarinet
Fraser Gordon bassoon
Becky Smith trombone
Pete Smith tuba
Neil Percy percussion
Tom Edwards percussion
Clare Duckworth violin
Julian Gil Rodriguez violin
Malcolm Johnston viola
Anna Bastow viola
Colin Alexander cello
Jani Pensola double bass
Tickets: £7 (£5 concessions)
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On sale dates:
Online: Friday 2 February 2018 10am
By Phone: Wednesday 21 February 2018 10am
In Person: Wednesday 21 February 2018 10am
Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change.
LSO Soundhub offers composers a flexible environment to explore, collaborate and experiment. Join us to hear what our Phase II participants Robin Haigh and Lillie Harris have been working on.
Lillie Harris' Consumption explores our use of natural resources: a busy natural world of flitting fragments opens into moments of unison, as ecosystems breath together, juxtaposed with humankind's industrial economy in its relentless, rhythmic toxicity.
In Robin Haigh's Aesop a sole recorder takes on the role of the Ancient Greek storyteller, while an ensemble of instruments gather around as listeners. Aesop is the third in a series of pieces written for recorder player Tabea Debus following the British-Composer-Award-winning In Feyre Foreste (2016) and Twenty One Minute Pieces (2018).
The remainder of the programme comprises works from associates on the LSO Soundhub Scheme.
LSO Soundhub is generously supported by Susie Thomson