NEXT Musicians and Thallein Ensemble with Errollyn Wallen (piano)

NEXT Musicians and Thallein Ensemble with Errollyn Wallen (piano)

Frontiers Series

Date and time
02 May 2019 (2:00pm - 3:00pm)
Location

Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

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Thursday 2 May
Birmingham Record Company Day

Birmingham Record Company Day launches an exciting partnership between BRC and the internationally acclaimed NMC Records with this special one day festival featuring performances and works from many of the artists associated with the label.

£5 individual event, £20 day ticket

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NEXT MUSICIANS AND THALLEIN ENSEMBLE WITH ERROLLYN WALLEN (PIANO)

Errollyn Wallen piano
Thallein Ensemble
NEXT Musicians

Andrew Toovey Music for the painter Jack Smith
Andrew Hamilton Waldo
Genevieve Murphy Your Blue, my Purple
Kirsty Devaney Root
Fumiko Miyachi Hedge
Errollyn Wallen Greenwich Variations
Joe Cutler Slippery Music

As part of this special day of events, the inaugural cohort of NEXT musicians join our Thallein Ensemble for a programme of new and recent works from composers, who are either tutors or graduates of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. This event will be recorded for future broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Hear and Now.

Image credit: Dominic Harris