Hot Scone Studios proudly presents the debut laucnh from Matthew Green, an EP entitled “Roses” with Alice Dryden!
The exciting five track Ep is a mix of pop, funk and jazz; and is sure to get your foot tapping and your booty moving.
We are delighted to have ‘The Forest Feeling’ also performing on the night.
Additional support acts are to be announced soon.
Bass clarinetist Hannah Shilvock, and pianist Dan Keen present a recital of their favourite works for bass clarinet and piano. They began playing together 4 years ago at the start of their undergraduate music degree at the University Of Southampton.
Join us for a three-day piano festival that explores issues surrounding the climate crisis. Featuring extraordinary new works that stretch the boundaries of piano music, improvisatory reactions and compositions, and sessions and talks led by ecologists and activists, this festival is sure to inspire and elate
WED 19 JUNE
18.00–19.00 VENUS BLAZING – PIONEERS AND TRAILBLAZERS
Aleksander Szram and Trinity Laban pianists come together for a celebration of piano music by Amy Beach, Jean Coulthard, Janet Graham, Sofia Gubaidulina, Mahsa Salali, Errollyn Wallen and Julia Wolfe.
Also presenting a newly commissioned piece for keyboards and dance on the theme of equality, curated by Mahsa Salali, choreographed by Trinity Laban Alumni Eva Escrich González & Lauren Stewart
Hannah Shilvock has her year 1 postgraduate major recital.
She will be playing a varied programme of British and American music.
. Phantasy Quintet, for bass clarinet and string quartet - York Bowen (with the Malkonia string quartet)
. Moment, duet for bass flute and bass clarinet - David Bennett-Thomas (with Daniel Ephgrave)
. Press Release - David Lang
. Drift - Michael Lowenstern (with Ben Quilter)
. God Bless The Child - Eric Dolphy
James Hurst - “on the 7th June 2019, my new piece ‘12 Athenian Vases’ shall be performed in the Recital Room at Blackheath Halls. I’ve been working on this piece for a while and am really looking forward to sharing it with you all.
The piece is 35* minutes long, and is split into three sections. Each section forms a different response to a collection of Ancient Greek vases that I found at the British Museum.
The ensemble I shall use will include piano, marimba, bass clarinet, flute, violins and a cello.”
Hannah Shilvock will perform a solo lunchtime recital of clarinet music, accompanied by Karen Kingsley.
. Sonatina for clarinet and piano - Malcolm Arnold
. Concerto no.3 in Bb major, movement 1 - C. Stamitz
. Sonata no.1 in F minor, movements 1 and 3 - Brahms
. Introduction et air suédois varie - B.H.Crussell
. Solo de Concours - A. Messager
Saxophonist Hannah Brierley and clarinetist Hannah Shilvock share a free recital at the Age Exchange in Blackheath. They will be accompanied by Marcus Andrews.
Hannah Shilvock -
. Clarinet Sonata no.1 in F Minor (movements 1 and 3) - Brahms
. Introduction and Variations on Swedish Air - Crusell
Hannah Brierley -
. Cries of the Stentor - Nigel Wood
. Sonatine - Claude Pascal
New Woods Collective will be performing their second recital together at St. Allege Church Greenwich.
Flute/Pic - Christina Alishaw
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet - Hannah Shilvock
Piano - Maya Rosenwasser
Programme will include ensemble repertoire plus contemporary solo repertoire by Maya Rosenwasser!
Oboist Catherine Underhill and bass clarinetist Hannah Shilvock are sharing a lunchtime recital at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel.
. Moment by David Bennett-Thomas - duet for bass clarinet and bass flute (Hannah Shilvock and Daniel Ephgrave)
. Sonata in C Major for oboe and piano op. 100 by Rubbra (Catherine Underhill)
World Premiere ** Assemblage by Peter Nagle - duo for bass clarinet and cor anglais
. 6 Metamorphosis after Ovid - Benjamin Britten for solo oboe. iii. Niobe (Catherine Underhill)
. Press Release by David Lang for solo bass clarinet (Hannah Shilvock)
A glorious programme of music for wind orchestra conducted by Gillian MacKay is sure to raise the roof at Blackheath Halls!
Cindy McTee Timepiece
Ailie Robertson (Trinity Laban PhD student) new work for symphonic winds and solo harp
Colin McPhee Concerto for Wind Orchestra
Cait Nishimura Lake Superior Suite
Matthew Emery When the Sun Comes After Rain
Jodie Blackshaw Soulström
New Woods Collective are a bass clarinet, flute and piano trio.
This is their first recital together, and they will be performing two UK Premieres, and one solo WORLD premiere.
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet - Hannah Shilvock
Flute/Piccolo - Christina Alishaw
Piano - Maya-Leigh Rosenwasser
Saturday 5th January 2019
St John of Jerusalem Church E9 7EY
Schumann - Overture, Scherzo and Finale
Weber - Bassoon Concerto
Susanna Lee - The Highwayman (World Premiere)
Mussorgsky (orch. Ravel) - Pictures at an Exhibition
Conductor Zoë Kundu
Bassoon Ashby Mayes
LIO will be performing:
Saint-Saens ‘Danse Macabre’
Grieg ‘In the hall of the mountain king’
Tchaikovsky ‘Nutcracker Suite’
The University of Southampton Music Department bring together professional and students musicians to celebrate composer Michael Finnissy’s contribution to the musical life of the University. Michael will retire at the end of the academic year following twenty years as Chair in Composition.
Susanna Eastburn (Sound and Music) leads a symposium, discussing and reflecting on Michael’s work as a composer and educator. Singer Lucy Goddard and cellist Nicola Heinrich perform excerpts and world premieres of works with the composer himself at the piano, including ‘Mozart Requiem K626 – A New Completion’, war-time text setting Remembrance Day, and works inspired by department connections with Taiwan and China. Pianists Mark Knoop and Roderick Chadwick, with whom Michael frequently worked on new compositions, perform Wild Flowers and ‘Five Uncharacteristic Marches with Three Trios’. The concert will conclude with a performance of ‘Notre-Dame Polyphony’ by students and staff colleagues as a reminder of the enormous impact Michael has had on composition and contemporary music teaching in the Music Department at the University of Southampton.
EUCO’s return to Turner Sims opens with the last of the three orchestral suites by Italian composer Ottorino Respighi, transcribed from original pieces for lute. For Mozart’s lyrical concerto the orchestra is joined by renowned Russian pianist Nikolai Demidenko. More guests – this time local woodwind players – join the orchestra for a new work by the remarkable 21 year old Anna Disley-Simpson, who was BBC Proms Young Composers’ Competition winner whilst still a teenager. Schubert’s ever-popular symphony concludes the programme.
Presented by Southampton University Symphony Orchestra
Following four back-to-back sets of record-breaking ticket sales, SUSO launched its first December concert of the 2017/18 season in exactly the way it hopes to continue. On its upward trajectory towards the 100th anniversary celebrations, we now announce our partnership with Russian-British soloist Dunja Lavrova, who has astonished audiences in Russia and Europe performing Dvorak’s Violin Concerto. Known as one of the most difficult violin concertos in the repertoire, the beautiful sweeping melodies coupled with her ingenious musicality make this a performance not to be missed.
In the spirit of SUSO’s annual Gala concert, A London Symphony by Vaughan Williams provides a perfect showcase opportunity for the best classical musicians at the University. You will be swept through the bustling streets of London before taking a stroll down the River Thames as the bells of Westminster ring in your ears. The programme is rounded out with one of Johannes Brahms’ greatest works, his Tragic Overture. This concert is likely to sell out so book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Hannah Shilvock is performing an hour long lunchtime recital at Romsey Abbey, she is joined by her accompanist Daniel Keen.
Hannah will be performing a programme of bass clarinet and clarinet music:
Edifice for bass clarinet and piano by David Bennett Thomas.
Cello Sonata in E minor, movement 1 by Johannes Brahms, arranged for bass clarinet and piano by Helen Paskins.
Bela Kovac, Hommage to Kodaly for solo clarinet.
Jump! by Robert Davidson for bass clarinet solo.
Ballade by Eugene Bozza.
The concert showcases the music of U.S composer Lucius Craig Cervantes sensitively blended with film of 101 Diana portrait paintings by U.K artist Melanie Anne Sanderson. Two personal tributes becoming one after a chance internet meeting – music and art woven together in a transatlantic tapestry.
The music will be performed by Southampton University Symphony Orchestra, regarded as one of the finest university orchestras in the UK. Performances will be conducted by Sergiu Rusu. This is a not-for-profit performance in aid of youth charities & enterprises.