Composer: Bingham, Judith (b. 1952)

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Year of birth1952
March 2018
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StockholmLied recital with Paulina Pfeiffer and Ailish Tynan

Bingham, Barber, Copland, Weir, Sinding, Grieg
Paulina Pfeiffer; Ailish Tynan; Magnus Svensson

StockholmPeace Symphony

Bingham, af Malmborg Ward, Rautavaara, Jansson
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Ville Matvejeff; Swedish Radio Choir; Unknown
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Leeds Lieder Festival: Benedict Nelson and Graham Johnson, and a new work by Judith Bingham

The first part of the Celebrity Recital which brought the Leeds Lieder Festival to a close was entitled “Schubert Looking North”, which included a section on German versions of British poets.
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Gloucester remembers Ivor Gurney

Gloucestershire is rich in musical heritage; well-known composers connected with the county include Parry, Vaughan Williams and Howells, but one name that is less familiar these days is that of Howells’ friend Ivor Gurney.
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Outstanding Shostokovich 10 from the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland in Glasgow

In a pioneering development, the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland have added a new orchestra to its family which now encompasses eight playing groups. There are now three orchestras providing a full development pathway for talented players aged 8 to 25, starting with the Junior Orchestra, through the new Senior Orchestra and culminating in the flagship National Youth Orchestra of Scotland.
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Pergolesi and Bingham with Red Note and JAM

Many composers would be delighted to be sharing the bill with Pergolesi, particularly if the ratio of programmed pieces were 2:1 in their favour. Judith Bingham combined composing and singing careers for many years, but she now concentrates solely on composing. However, she does – as she confessed in a YouTube interview – compose unconsciously in “breath lengths”.
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Stephen Farr opens Westminster Abbey's Summer Organ Festival 2012

It is often said that the concert hall is the sanctuary of musicians and music lovers alike: frequent concertgoers flock to their favourite venues as regularly as Sunday service, dressed in their finest and observing the sacred rites and rituals of the classical concert.
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