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Composer: Davies, Sir Peter Maxwell (1934-2016)

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Year of birth1934
Year of death2016
NationalityUnited Kingdom
October 2018
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StockholmEnsemble Norbotten NEO

Ensemble Norbotten NEO
Saunders, Grime, Davies
Olle Persson; Norrbotten NEO

LondonNowell Sing We

© Sheila Burnett
Byrt, Tallis, Pott, Dove, Howells, Rutter, Warlock, Davies, McDowall, Jackson, Peacock
Andrew Griffiths; Londinium

OsloChamber Music Concert

Davies, Mozart, Leoson, Viken, Rehnqvist
Rune Halvorsen; Musicians from Norwegian Radio Orchestra

NorwichBritten Sinfonia: At Lunch Three (Norwich)

MacMillan, Davies
Jacqueline Shave; Miranda Dale; Clare Finnimore; Caroline Dearnley

CambridgeBritten Sinfonia: At Lunch Three (Cambridge)

MacMillan, Davies
Britten Sinfonia; Jacqueline Shave; Miranda Dale; Clare Finnimore; Caroline Dearnley
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Obsession, isolation and terror at the Royal College of Music

Richard Pinkstone (Sandy), James Atkinson (Blazes) and Timothy Edlin (Arthur), different cast © Chris Christodoulou
Two contemporary operas give us darkness and death in riveting, inexorable performances. 
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Fantastic evening of “Scottish Fantasy” with the Hong Kong Phil

Long Yu © Askonas Holt
Scotch snap aplenty in evening of “Scottish Fantasy” with Hong Kong Philharmonic. 
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Scottish Fantasies with the Philadelphia Orchestra

Yannick Nézét-Séguin © Marco Borggreve
We were drenched in all sorts of dreams about Scotland as the Philadelphia Orchetra celebrated the country in their British Isles Festival
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Proms at... Wilton’s: Conference of the Birds

Marcus Farnsworth performs Eight Songs for a Mad King © BBC | Mark Allan
The Birmingham Contemporary Music Group present an ambitious mixture of experimental chamber music and disquieting monodrama. 
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A bracing density of musical incident

Helen Grime © Amy Barton
Oliver Knussen and the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group excel in a cunningly linked group of works from the old (mid 1980s) to the brand new.
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