Britten-Pears Alumni I

Friday 19 June 11am (ends approx. 1.15pm)

From £5.00 to £16.00

Britten Studio

Part of Aldeburgh Festival

Friday 19 June 2020 - 11.00am

Last year Mark-Anthony Turnage and conductor Jessica Cottis joined Colin Matthews as teachers on the internationally renowned Britten-Pears Contemporary Composition and Performance course. This year all course participants return to present the world premieres by exciting young composers developed on the course.

The programme also Turnage’s own opener and music he selected, by Birtwistle, Saariaho and Takemitsu.

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Britten-Pears Ensemble
Jessica Cottis conductor

Mark-Anthony Turnage A Furious Fanfare 1’
Takemitsu Rain Coming 10’
Kaija Saariaho Lichtbogen 17’
Harrison Birtwistle Carmen Arcadiae Mechanicae Perpetuum 12’
and world premieres of new works by Blair Boyd, Laura Shipsey, Theo Chandler, Alex Woolf, Alex Paxton and Euchar Gravina

Venue Address:

Britten Studio
Snape Maltings, Snape, Suffolk, IP17 1SP