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Composer: Musgrave, Thea (b. 1928)

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Year of birth1928
NationalityUnited Kingdom
PeriodContemporary
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CheltenhamCBSO & Alison Balsom

© B Ealovega, Jason Joyce
Gipps, Musgrave, Vaughan Williams, Walton
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla; Alison Balsom

LondonProms at…Holy Sepulchre

Walton, Britten, Ireland, Musgrave, Maconchy, Vaughan Williams, Weir, Lee
Sofi Jeannin; BBC Singers

LondonChilingirian Quartet in Kareem Roustom Premiere and Thea Musgrave

Musgrave, Roustom, Tchaikovsky
Chilingirian Quartet; Levon Chilingirian; Ronald Birks; Susie Mészáros

SheffieldSheffield Chamber Music Concert - Meet the musicians

Musgrave, Britten
Adrian Wilson, Oboe
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Nicky Spence and Roger Vignoles: a rapturous seasonal concert

Nicky Spence © David Bebber
The tone was set for a shrewdly programmed hour of contrasts.
*****
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Re-imagining: A showcase for innovation at Kings Place

Litha and Effy Efthymiou © Stanislava Buevich
The unlikely pairing of jazz and Baroque makes complete sense under the baton of Sam Poppleton. 
*****
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A pair of satisfying voyages at Edinburgh International Festival

Martyn Brabbins © Benjamin Ealovega
Thea Musgrave’s pictorial writing sits well next to an exhilarating Vaughan Williams Sea Symphony
*****
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Ashes to ashes, dust to dust: Farnes conducts Brahms and Musgrave

Richard Farnes © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The ubiquitous cycle of life and death was explored in two contrasting works by Musgrave and Brahms in Richard Farnes’ debut with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
****1
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Evocative contemporary string music from the ESO

The English String Orchestra present works inspired by nature, colour and life by four contemporary composers.
***11
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