Performed by a chamber orchestra of 12 musicians this concert includes both live music and film, combining both new and old technologies to present an evening of chamber music which received audience acclaim during its’ 2006 tour.
Inspired by Beethoven’s Symphony No7, the programme features music created by some of the most exciting composers working today; Graham Fitkin, Robert Moran, Patrick Nunn and Orlando Gough.
The programme includes Beethoven’s little known work for Glass Harmonic (tuned glass bowls), written in 1815, which has been rarely performed due to the demands of the piece on the solo performer. Specialist percussionist Alasdair Malloy (via film) accompanies the live chamber orchestra and also performed are a new set of variations composed by Charlie Barber.
|20.10.07||LLANTWIT||St Donats Arts Centre|
|14.10.07||SWANSEA||Taliesin Arts Centre|
|10.10.07||BRADFORD-ON-AVON||Wiltshire Music Centre|
|02.10.07||LONDON||Southbank Centre, Purcell Room|
|30.09.07||CARDIFF||Chapter Arts Centre|
|29.09.07||MOLD||Clwyd Theatr Cymru|
|27.09.07||TENBY||De Valence Pavilion|