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Thallein Ensemble

Thallein Ensemble

Orchestras, Ensembles and Chamber Music

Date and time
16 Nov 2018 (7:00pm)

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR


£10 (£8)
Ticket entitles you to drinks offer at Boult's Bar

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Conductor Daniele Rosina
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Thallein Ensemble

Dobrinka Tabakova Fantasy homage to Schubert
oe Cutler Akhmatova Fragments
Emily Abdy new piece
Maarten Benschop new piece

Tonight’s concert has an Eastern European focus, featuring music by the GRAMMY nominated Dobrinka Tabakova who is Composer-in-Association with the BBC Concert Orchestra. Alongside this is a substantial song-cycle by Joe Cutler which sets the Russian poetry of Anna Akhmatova. This piece is included on Cutler’s new CD, Elsewhereness, which is released on 16 October by NMC Recordings. Completing the programme are brand new works by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire composition students, Emily Abdy and Maarten Benschop.

Forthcoming events in Orchestras, Ensembles and Chamber Music

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