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Archived Ensemble 10/10: Clark Rundell

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Ensemble 10/10: Clark Rundell

Thomas Adès Living Toys
Dobrinka Tabakova Bell Tower in the Clouds
Carmel Smickersgill Charcoal (world premiere - 2018 Christopher Brooks Prizewinner)
Steve Martland Tiger Dancing for strings
Tansy Davies Iris for solo saxophone and ensemble

Clark Rundell conductor
Robert Buckland saxophone

Winner of the 2018 Christopher Brooks Composition Prize, Carmel Smickersgill provides her first piece for Ensemble 10/10. Then Clark Rundell with the aid of the ABO/ PRS Resonate fund brings some of the most outstanding pieces of the past 25 years, including Tansy Davies’ jazz-tinged concerto, Iris for saxophone, and Thomas Adès’ breakthrough piece Living Toys.

The performance of Tiger Dancing for strings and Iris for solo saxophone and ensemble is supported by Resonate, a PRS Foundation initiative in partnership with Association of British Orchestras, BBC Radio 3 and Boltini Trust.


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