Since 2009, SHADWELL has always been about bringing hugely talented young musicians together to perform: in theatres and concert halls; in churches, gardens and warehouses; live, on the TV, and now, online.
From the Octagon, Queen Mary University, SHADWELL Ensemble’s inaugural concert features a programme devised by its fantastic players, with pieces that celebrate space, distance, togetherness and joy in music making.
Introduced by Love Ssega, the event will feature conversations with some of the evening’s performers and composers.
Charles Ives The Unanswered Question — Barbara Monk Feldman Verses for Vibraphone — György Kurtág Ligatura-Message to Frances-Marie
Richard Baker Learning to Fly (soloist: Oliver Pashley) — Cassandra Miller Perfect Offering
Julius Eastman Stay On It (arr. Joe Qiu)
George Barton — Rosie Bergonzi — Hannah Black — Phil Collingham — Finnegan Downie Dear — Francisco Gomez — Anna Hashimoto— Jessamy Holder — Elena Marigomez — Imogen Morrall — Gwyn Owen — Oliver Pashley —Amy Roberts — Fra Rustumji — Jordan Sian — Kay Stephen
SHADWELL is a music theatre company based in East London.
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Photo Credit: Julius Eastman Playing the Violin © 1975, 2017 Chris Rusiniak
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