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Composer: Davies, Tansy

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June 2019
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LondonLondon Sinfonietta: Jolts and Pulses – The music of Tansy Davies

London Sinfonietta: Jolts and Pulses – The music of Tansy Davies
Davies, Pinnock, Iannotta
London Sinfonietta; Elaine Mitchener

LondonCarols from St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge

Carols from St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge
Beamish, Fox, LeFanu, Wishart, Davies, Kendall
Edward Wickham; The Choir of St Catharine's College Cambridge; St Catharine's Girls' Choir; Unknown

SnapeSecret Theatre

Knussen, Britten, Di Cecca, Matthews C., Davies, Birtwistle
Ulysses Ensemble; Geoffrey Paterson
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Gernon, Lewis and the BBC Phil keep things on the move

Paul Lewis © Kaupo Kikkas
A world première commemorating 9/11 and two works from the core German repertory performed by Paul Lewis and the BBC Philharmonic under Ben Gernon.
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A foggy evening at the New York Philharmonic

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Benjamin Suomela
Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts the US première of Tansy Davies' Forest, a work intended to evoke a Romantic sensation of mystery and nature.
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Emperors and prophets from Salonen

Nigel Back, Richard Watkins, Katy Woolley and Michael Thompson © Camilla Greenwell
Clear playing from Pierre-Laurent Aimard in the Emperor Concerto and a sense of the dramatic in Also sprach Zarathustra brought life to old warhorses, while a new concerto from Tansy Davies made waves.
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Youth rises to the challenge Mahler's Ninth

Sir Mark Elder conducting the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The National Youth Orchestra with Sir Mark Elder at the helm ruminate over nothingness in this mature and moving performance of Mahler's Ninth.
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The power of love: Between Worlds at the Barbican

A new co-commissioned production from English National Opera and the Barbican sees Tansy Davies tackle the most harrrowing of modern subjects: 9/11.
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