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Some performances promoted by 

UROBOROS ENSEMBLE

 

      

      Some programmes performed in London and in Germany


    

April 10th: concert at The Warehouse - one of London's premier venues for new music

and

May 19th: 9. Weimarer Frühjahrstage für zeitgenössiche Musik, Germany
(the Weimar Spring Contemporary Music Days)

Rowland Sutherland flute   Christopher Redgate oboe   Peter Furniss clarinet

Fiona McNaught violin   Bridget Carey viola   Clare O’Connell 'cello 

David Leiher Jones piano   Paul Archbold electronics  

Gwyn Pritchard conductor

 

‘a kaleidoscope of talent?(Independent)

 

 recent music FROM GERMANY AND BRITAIN

including four world premières

 

London only:

6.00 pm  Pre-concert event with Ivan Hewett

 

The well known writer on new music, and introducer of BBC Radio 3’s Hear and Now,

in conversation with tonight’s composers  

 

 

7.30 pm Concert

 

from Germany

Peter Helmut Lang

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Dominoeffekt **

Karl-Heinz Wahren

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A capricious and romantic meeting **

Johannes K. Hildebrandt

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Bruchstück II *

Lothar Voigtländer

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Salmo Salmonis *

from Britain

Ross Lorraine

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end piece **

James Weeks

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The Catford Harmony **

Gwyn Pritchard

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Ensemble Music for Six

Joe Cutler

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Three Quiet Pieces

 

** = World première * = UK première  

 

Uroboros Ensemble gratefully acknowledges the financial support of these concerts by

The Hinrichsen Foundation, The Holst Foundation, The RVW Trust, 

Prime Minister Dieter Althaus of Thuringia

   

  

  

    

The Warehouse
 13 Theed Street, London SE1

             

Rowland Sutherland flute, Christopher Redgate oboe, Roger Heaton & Peter Furniss clarinet, Andrew McNeil saxophone, 

Darragh Morgan violin, Rose Redgrave viola, Robin Michael 'cello, 

 Mary Dullea piano, Joby Burgess percussion

Gwyn Pritchard conductor

 

 

TWO CONCERTS PRESENTING recent music from six countries

including several world and UK premières, by composers who are seldom heard in the UK

      

May 31st

      

6.00pm - Pre-concert event 
Keith Potter,  musicologist and writer on new music, in conversation with tonight’s composers

 

7.30pm Concert

  

from Germany

Johannes Hidebrandt - Linien 2
the world première of a piece composed especially for this concert by a leading composer from Weimar

     Nicolaus A Huber - La Force du Vertige
the UK première of a major piece by one of Germany’s most significant composers of the ‘avant-garde?era

  

 from Greece

Athanasia Tzanou - Triptique III
this colourful work presents for the first time to British audiences a composer whose music
is widely performed by major artists in many other European countries 

      

from Japan

Dai Fujikura - The Edge of Light

a concentrated and intense quartet by a young composer who is currently 
raising considerable interest around the world

     

from Britain

Gwyn Pritchard - Nebulae & Episodes
the world première of a recent piece with virtuoso saxophone and percussion parts

     Roger Redgate - Pierrot on the Stage of Desires
a sublte and intriguing sextet by one of Britain’s best known composers of his generation

  

  

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June 21st

 

6.00pm - Pre-concert event

Alwynne Pritchard of BBC Radio 3’s Hear and Now talks to  tonight’s composers

      

7.30pm Concert

      

from Italy

Andrea Cavallari - Ordine e Disordine

 the world première of  a work composed especially for Uroboros Ensemble

      

from Germany

Gerhard Staebler - Internetx5/Scrap

a world première from this unfailingly engaging composer; a piece with a difference (and some car alarms too!)

      

Helmut Zapf - Fragmente

A terse, focussed  piece by this Berlin based composers presents his music in Britain for the first time

      

fromSlovenia

Uros Rojko - Atemaj

the UK première of this fluid, agile duo will be a rare opportunity to hear this fine composer’s music performed in Britain

      

from Britain

James Clarke ?Echolalia

the UK première of a complex and arresting work

Philip Cashian - Caprichos

a vibrant piece full of  surging energy and virtuosity

Gwyn Pritchard - Capriccio Inquieto

the second performance of this sparkling piece written especially for tonight’s soloist

 

      

   

 

    

LONDON EAR FESTIVAL 2013

Saturday 23rd March, 18:00

The Warehouse
13 Theed Street, London SE1

Talia Amar   When a Dream Becomes Reality world première * 
Ruben Sverre Gjertsen   Miniatures III  UK première 
Alastair Grieg   Insecure Dances in Unstable Times  world première *
Robert David Rusconi   Continuum  world première 
James Clarke   Echolalia 
Andrea Cavallari   Ordine e Disordine 
Johannes K. Hildebrandt   Dreieck world première 

* = LEF Competition finalist

Rowland Sutherland flute, Janey Miller oboe, Roger Heaton clarinet, 
Darragh Morgan
violin, Reiad Cibah viola, Robin Michael 'cello, 
Mary Dullea piano,
Gwyn Pritchard conducter

 

 

 

    

LONDON EAR FESTIVAL 2014

Sunday 30th March, 18:00

The Warehouse
13 Theed Street, London SE1

Heinz Holliger   Trio (oboe, viola & harp)
Robert H Platz   Leere mitte  UK première 
Isang Yun   Rufe 
Jonathan Harvey   Ricercare una Melodia  
Georg Katzer   Miteinander-Gegeneinander  UK première 
Frank Michael Beyer   Trio (oboe, viola & harp) 


Christopher Redgate oboe, Stephen Upshaw viola,, 
Gabriella dall'Olio harp, Paul Archbold electronics 

 

 

 

    

LONDON EAR FESTIVAL 2016

Sunday 13th March, 18:30

The Warehouse
13 Theed Street, London SE1

Helmut Zapf   Trio 1 UK première 
Elliott Carter   -  Trilogy 
Michael Finnissy   June  world première 
Ulrike Mayer-Spohn   fLEC-UE  world première (LEF Competition finalist)
Susanne Stelzenbach   -  schlaflos  world première 
Heinz Holliger   Mobile 
Harrison Birtwistle  Oboe Quartet London première 


Rowland Sutherland flute, Janey Miller oboe, Roger Heaton clarinet, 
Darragh Morgan
violin, Reiad Cibah viola, Robin Michael 'cello, 
Mary Dullea piano,
Gwyn Pritchard conducter

 

 

 

    

PYRAMIDALE FESTIVAL, BERLIN

Sunday, 11th September 2016; 19:00

Schloss Biesdorf

Richard Emsley   NanoCulture  world première 
Sebastian Stier   abgestecktes Gelände 2  world première 
James Clarke   2016-E  world première 
Susanne Stelzenbach   Metamorphose 1  world première 
Gwyn Pritchard   Evolution  German première 
Johannes K. Hildebrandt   Vier  world première 


Rowland Sutherland flute, Max Welford clarinet, Darragh Morgan violin, Deirdre Cooper 'cello 
Gwyn Pritchard conducter

 

   

 

    

Uroboros Ensemble is also promoter of 

LONDON EAR FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

For full programme details see www.londonearfestival.co.uk

 

 

  

A concert promoted by Uroboros Ensemble, performed by one of South Korea's leading chamber groups specialising in 
contemporary music, an opportunity to hear new works from a country whose music is too little is known in the UK. 

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