Friday 5 March 2021 7:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Please note that this performance has been cancelled.
Please note that current government guidance in Liverpool means that you can only attend concerts with other members of your household or social bubble.Brittany Collie Fallen for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano (world premiere)
Daniel Thorne The Fall of the Leaf for cello & electronics (world premiere)
Meredith Monk Backlight UK premiere for ensemble and electronics
Steve Reich Double Sextet
Robert Ames conductor
Hilary Browning cello
Open Circuit offers contemporary music events in Liverpool that provide academic context on the future of music making and technology, including panel discussions, artist talks and public demonstrations. Post-graduate composers Brittany Collie and Daniel Thorne present their compositions alongside two of today’s most well-known American composers: Meredith Monk, and Steve Reich, whose Double Sextet was co-commissioned by the Liverpool Culture Company for the European Capital of Culture 2008 and also who won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Music.
This concert is made possible through the University of Liverpool’s HE partnership with Liverpool Philharmonic.
Please note the capacity is very limited (c. 330 seats total) and seating will be done on a socially distanced (2 metre) basis. To book single tickets please call the Box Office on 0151 709 3789.
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Fri 17 - Sun 19 , Tue 21 - Thu 23 December 2021 7:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Festive music and classic carols, conducted by Ian Tracey, with presenter John Suchet, baritone Thomas Weinhappel, members from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir, and Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir