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Composer: Weir, Judith (b. 1954)

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Year of birth1954
NationalityUnited Kingdom
April 2019
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LondonColour Series: Green

Colour Series: Green
Wagner, Weir, Rossini, Sibelius, Torke, Korngold
BBC Concert Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey; Jess Gillam

CheltenhamNash Ensemble

© Hanya Chlala
Haydn, Weir, Knussen, Dvořák
Nash Ensemble

CheltenhamElizabeth, Our Queen

Gibbons, Allain, Mundy, Chilcott, East, Rutter, Weelkes, Larson, McDowall, Bennet, Weir, Johnson, Dove, Byrd
Suzi Digby; ORA Singers

LondonProms at…Holy Sepulchre

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

LondonProm 67: Sakari Oramo conducts Sibelius

Mussorgsky, orch. Rimsky-Korsakov, Andriessen, Weir, Sibelius
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Nora Fischer
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Chorus of Royal Northern Sinfonia explore Bach and beyond

Hugh Brunt © Trent McMinn
A patchy performance by The Chorus of Royal Northern Sinfonia in a concert following the influence of J.S. Bach on later choral composers.
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Strikingly dramatic Weir in a convincing première

David Hill conducts the BBC Singers © BBC | Mark Allan
Judith Weir's dramatic new choral work receives a convincing world première from David Hill and the BBC Singers at Southwark Cathedral. 
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Masters of the Queens Music at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Judith Weir's music didn't have the pride of place it deserved at this miscellaneous collection of music from past and present Masters of the Queen's Music, presented by the Park Lane Group at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. 
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The BBCSO and BBC Singers at the Barbican

Andrew Litton and the BBCSO and the BBC Singers create order out of chaos at the Barbican Hall in a challenging programme including Charles Ives monumental 4th Symphony.
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Day Break and Dances: Benjamin Grosvenor

In his Chamber Proms debut, Benjamin Grosvenor explored the waltz from the contrasting perspectives of Ravel and Liszt, with atmospheric interjections from Mompou, and opening with Chopin, together with the world premiere of a new commission by Judith Weir.
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