OOTS: A Celebration of New Talent

OOTS: A Celebration of New Talent

Orchestra of the Swan - Orchestra in Residence

Date and time
19 Jun 2019 (2:30pm - 4:30pm)
Location

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£25, £20, £18 *plus £1.50 transaction fee
£5 - Birmingham City University students and staff

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OOTS packages are only available in person at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire box office or via 0121 331 5908 / 0121 331 5909.

Booking Information
Tickets on general sale 18th July at 9am.

Wheelchair users are entitled to a complimentary seat for a companion. Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring a Guide Dog or wheelchair, please let the Events Office know by calling 0121 331 5909.

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Andrew Griffiths conductor
Luke Jones piano

Beethoven Piano Concerto No.3, Op.37 in C minor
New short work by a Conservatoire Composition student
Conservatoire Concerto prize winner concert
Thea Musgrave Green

We welcome Luke Jones, winner of the Bromsgrove International Musicians’ Competition 2018. Luke performs Beethoven Piano Concerto No.1, premiered in 1803 with the composer himself as the soloist. One of the Royal Conservatoire of Birmingham’s rising stars, winner of the Conservatoire Concerto Prize, will also join OOTS and Andrew Griffiths, a dynamic and versatile young conductor with a particular flair for opera and choral music.

The concert ends with a short work by Thea Musgrave, who feels it represents either the freshness of youth or the plant life in our world on which we all depend.

1.30pm

Pre-concert talk: Chris Morley (Music Critic, Birmingham Post), Thea Musgrave, our competition winner and a student from the composition department discuss the challenges and demands faced by young classical composers and soloists today