The Warehouse

The Warehouse
Theed Street, London, SE1 8ST

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The Fidelio Trio: Second Concert

On 8 November, the Fidelio Trio - Darragh Morgan, Adi Tal and Mary Dullea- perform several premieres, including the world premiere of Annie Gosfield's Cranks and Cactus needles and the UK premiere of Jennifer Higdon's Pale Yellow. Pre-concert talk at 6:45pm with the composers

Tue 8 Nov

£8–£25 / 0207 928 1902

Lontano: Final Concert

Odaline de la Martinez conducts her Lontano ensemble for the final concert of the Festival, in a programme entirely made up of UK and world premieres. The ensemble will be performing works by female composers Jennifer Higdon, Augusta Read Thomas, Julia Howell, Laura Kaminsky and Barbara Jazwinski in addition to work by…

Fri 11 Nov

£8–£25 / 0207 928 1902

Lontano: Third Concert

The ensemble conducted by Odaline De La Martinez, performs works by John Harbison, Hannah Lash, Ruth Crawford, Charles Shadle, Peter Child and Elena Ruehr.

Wed 9 Nov

£8–£25 / 0207 928 1902

New London Chamber Choir: Opening Concert

The New London Chamber Choir, Lontano, and American viola soloist Stephen Upshaw will perform the first concert of the Festival, conducted by Martinez. The programme consists of music by the late American composer Earle Brown, including, Tracking Pierrot and two interpretations of his New Piece. The programme also…

Sun 6 Nov

£8–£25 / 0207 928 1902

Selected Scenes From Imoinda

Selected scenes from Imoinda by Odaline de la Martinez, with a talk from Joan Anim Addo about the opera. The 2016 Festival begins with a film viewing of Selected Scenes from Part I of Martinez's Slavery Opera Trilogy - Imoinda. The film was created following Martinez's success winning Opera America's Opera Grant for…

Sun 6 Nov

£8–£25 / 0207 928 1902

Susanna Stranders/Nadine Benjamin: Fourth Concert

Acclaimed British soprano Nadine Benjamin performs a programme of songs by female composers with pianist Susanna Stranders.

Thu 10 Nov

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