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Composer: Harvey, Jonathan (1939-2012)

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Year of birth1939
Year of death2012
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
February 2019
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LondonThe Choir of Clare College, Cambridge

Viadana, Sanders, Croce, Gibbons, Tallis, Wesley, Howells, MacMillan, Byrd, Victoria, Lobo, Williams, Harvey, Finzi
Graham Ross; Choir of Clare College Cambridge; Eleanor Carter; Ashley Chow


Harvey, Rachmaninov
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra; Susanna Mälkki; Musiikkitalon Kuoro

ViennaJean-Guihen Queyras

Fedele, Bach, Harvey, Kurtág, Amy, Mochizuki, Nodaira
Jean-Guihen Queyras, Cello

BerlinJean-Guihen Queyras

Fedele, Bach, Harvey, Kurtág, Amy, Mochizuki, Nodaira
Jean-Guihen Queyras, Cello
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Manchester Collective star in 100 Demons

Manchester Collective © Adam Szabo
Stretching minds and musicians in Manchester Collective’s night of strings and electronics.
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Singing from the same Songbook

John Woolrich's Songbook project provided the vocal material on show at the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group recital at Wigmore Hall, featuring sopranos Gillian Keith and Rebecca von Lipinski.
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Red Note Ensemble's Sounding Brass

Red Note Ensemble's Sounding Brass in a unique afternoon of brass, percussion and electronics in an imaginatively scouted industrial setting.
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Sweet Thunder Festival, Day One: The JACK Quartet

JACK Quartet © Henrik Olund
The magical potential of electroacoustic music was on display Thursday evening in the cavernous, dilapidated pier that is Fort Mason’s Herbst Pavilion in San Francisco.
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A miraculous Wagner Dream from Welsh National Opera

WNO, Wagner Dream: Ananda (Robin Tritschler) and Claire Booth (Pakati)  ©  David Massey
Miraculous as Jonathan Harvey’s music is, it seems reductive to call Wagner Dream an opera. Half the cast, after all, don’t even sing, but act: it’s a sincere meeting of music and theatre in a way that opera usually isn’t.
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