Soundings 2014: Friday Evening Concert

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Soundings 2014: Friday Evening Concert

  • Fri 31 Oct 2014
  • 7:30PM
Simon Vosecek
Simon Vosecek

Royal College of Music

Prince Consort RoadLondon SW7 2BS


The second and final concert in our Soundings 2014 platform takes place at the Royal College of Music. Again we present six pieces by young composers, based in the UK and Austria, who come together for a week of workshops, rehearsals, and performances. Each composer, in conversation with Piers Hellawell, will introduce their works. The concert will be preceded by a panel discussion from 6.30-7.15pm.

Tom Coult Sparking and Slipping (solo violin, piano, harp, percussion)

Šimon Voseček Schatten (bass clarinet, viola, guitar, piano) UK premiere

Julia Purgina Fatrasien (clarinet, violin, cello) UK premiere

Arturo Fuentes Mimik (violin, cello, piano) UK premiere

Joanna Lee  Pierrot! (flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, female voice, piano, violin, cello)

Rúaidhrí Mannion Scáil Cruach (string quartet, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, trumpet, tenor trombone and live electronics) World premiere

Performed by:

Deirdre Cooper (cello)
Mary Dullea (piano)
Pete Furniss (clarinet)
Darragh Morgan (violin, conductor)
Rose Redgrave (viola)
Rowland Sutherland (flute)
James Woodrow (guitar)

RCM performers:

Pippa Bint (viola)
Christine Cheng (piano)
Lucinda Dunne (soprano saxophone)
Becky Hardwick (soprano)
Ryan Hume (trombone)
Camellia Johnson (clarinet/bass clarinet)
Javier Leoncollado (flute/piccolo)
Andrew McLean (trumpet)
Johannes Marmen (violin)
Anna Quiroga (harp)
Vanesa Santanach (piano)
Deni Teo (cello)
Angela Wai Hui (percussion)
Ruben Zilberstein (violin)

Panel Discussion: 'Communicating - with audiences' - chaired by Mary Dullea
Friday 31 October, 6.30pm-7.15pm, Royal College of Music, East Parry Room
Svend Brown - Director of Music, Glasgow Life, Artistic Director, East Neuk Festival

William Mivall - Head of Composition Royal College of Music

Piers Hellawell - Professor of Composition at Queen's University Belfast

Dr. Jonathan Gross - Research Associate, Sheffield Performer and Audience Research Centre (SPARC), University of Sheffield

All Soundings events are free, however please do book a seat via the RCM website for the concert and panel discussion.

Check out interviews with all Soundings participants on the ACF SALON blog.