from Music of Today - Composers Academy

from The Hermes Experiment - Tour to Scotland - Skye


  1. Listenpony: Laura Snowden, Duo Bayanello & Nina Harries

    30 Jan 2018, Crypt on The Green

    Listenpony presents classical guitarist Laura Snowden, accordion and cello Duo Bayanello and Nina Harries on voice and double bass at the Crypt on The Green, featuring commissions from William Marsey, Phi Bui, Lise Harrison, Josephine Stephenson and Freya, who's new work Water for Duo Bayanello will be premiered.

    More info and tickets here.

  2. The Hermes Experiment at Trinity School Croyden

    01 Feb 2018, Trinity School, Croydon

    The Hermes Experiment perform their Tunnell Trust tour programme at the Trinity School in Croyden ahead of the tour. This includes Freya's We Phoenician Sailors - a song cycle written with poet Octavia Bright.

    More info here.

  3. The Hermes Experiment - Tour to Scotland - Skye

    06 Feb 2018, Skye Chamber Music

    Funded by the Tunnell Trust, The Hermes Experiment Tour to Scotland. Their concerts will include music by Maxwell Davies, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Giles Swayne, Bernstein, Lolavar and Freya's song cycle We Phoenician Sailors - written with poet Octavia Bright.

    6th February 2018 - Skye Chamber Music

    8:00 at St. Columba’s Church, Portree

    7th February 2018 - Stathearn Music Society

    7:30 at Crieff Parish Church, Strathearn Terrace

    9th February 2018 - Classic Music Live! Falkirk

    7.30pm the Falkirk Town Hall

    10th February 2018 - Dumfries Music Club

    7:30pm in St John's Church, Lovers Walk, Dumfries

    11th February 2018 - Music in Peebles

    2:30pm in the Eastgate Theatre

  4. Music of Today - Composers Academy

    07 Jun 2018, Royal Festival Hall

    As one of the winners of the Royal Philharmonic Society Composition Prize, a new commission for chamber orchestra will be performed by players from the Philharmonic Orchestra alongside pieces by other competition winners Eugine Birman and Austin Leung.

    More information here.

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