Hard Rain Soloists Ensemble: Across the Pond

Hard Rain Soloists Ensemble: Across the Pond

Orchestras, Ensembles and Chamber Music

Date and time
29 Mar 2019 (7:30pm)
Location

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£12 (£10)

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Conductor Sinead Hayes
Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble

Aisling Agnew flutes
Sarah Watts clarinets
Joanne Quigley McParland violin
Dave McCann cello
Daniel Browell piano
Alex Petcu percussion

Perry Goldstein Twittering Machines
Elizabeth Kelly Into the Depths
John Zorn Hexentarrot
Greg Caffrey Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold
Piers Hellawell Ground Truthing
Joe Cutler Archie
Elliott Carter Triple Duo

To celebrate Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble’s fifth anniversary they revisit the monumental and challenging Triple Duo from Elliott Carter as well as work from his compatriots, resulting in a programme with a strong USA thread, albeit a broad stylistic variety.

There are also two brand new pieces; firstly Ground Truthing by Piers Hellawell,and then the latest work from Greg Caffrey completing his Yeats trilogy, Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold. Finally, we have a work from our very own Joe Cutler; his piano trio, Archie.