Borough New Music Series 12 – January 2019

Borough New Music Series 12 – January 2019

Every Tuesday in January 2019. Guest Artistic Directors: Ailie Robertson & Will Handysides. Entry is free.

Borough-New-Music-January-2019-programme

The Eluvium Ensemble

Tuesday 8 January 2019, 1pm

Aleksander Szram (piano), Georgia Mae Bishop (mezzo-soprano), Caleb Sibley (viola), Fiona Kelly (flute), Gosia Kepa (percussion)
Frederic Rzewski (b. 1938)
: Spots (1986)
Frederic Rzewski:Chains (1986)
Will Handysides (b. 1993): New Work (2018) World Premiere



Trinity Laban Harp Department with Ailie Robertson & Gabriella Dall’Olio

Tuesday 15 January 2019, 1pm

Hannah Lash (b. 1980):Stalk (2008) UK Premiere
Mared Emlyn
: Perlau yn y Glaw (2011)
Ailie Robertson (b. 1983): Grey (2017) World Premiere
Anne Marie O’Farrell (b. 1966)
: Chromatétude (2015) UK Premiere
Ada Gentile (b. 1947)
: Scaglie di Mare UK Premiere
Kirsty Devaney (b. 1990)
:The Craft of Fastening (2016)



Camac Electroharp Featured Recital
Ailie Robertson (harp)

Tuesday 22 January 2019, 1pm

Kaija Saariaho (b. 1952): Fall for Harp and Live Electronics (1991)
Ailie Robertson (b. 1983): Seven Sorrows (2017)
Josef Tal(1910-2008): Concerto for Harp and Electronics (1971)
Will Handysides (b. 1993): New Work World Premiere



Featured Composer: Gregory Emfietzis
Metapraxis Ensemble: Loukia Loulaki (cello), Ilze Ikse (flute), Angela Wai-Nok Hui (percussion)

Tuesday 22 January 2019, 1pm

Gregory Emfietzis (b. 1980):New Work (2018) UK Premiere
Gregory Emfietzis
: Gluttony for Flutes, Percussion and Bottlephone (2016-17)

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