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BBC Radio 3 Broadcast on iplayer
Today’s concert live on BBC Radio 3 is available for a week on iplayer here. Highlight for me was definitely the septet version of Strauss’Metamorphosen,which begins 48 minutes into the show… We play the full version tomorrow night at the Roundhouse, and it’ll be broadcast live on the Guardian website here and then available for a week.
WATCH THIS SPACE!
… a new film of me and Sura (see under Projects) cut from our live concert at Chats Palace is in its final stages, look and will be up next week.
I’m off with my violin to Ethiopia to the Timket Festival… !
Happy Holiday Season! Some recent recordings just went online: new pieces written specially for my duo with West African kora player Sura Susso (see ‘Projects’ on this website for more info) which were the result of workshops with Guildhall composers, and some other recordings from a live concert last month in Trinity Chapel, Cambridge with pianist Nigel Yandel. They can be found on SoundCloud here. In the meantime here’s a haunting gem, the Spanish folk songAsturiana by De Falla:De Falla Spanish Folk Song 4: Asturiana by eMBe
AURORA LIVE WEBSTREAM Monday 19th December 8:30pm:
Aurora’s double performances of the Mozart Requiem with the King’s College Choir and distinguished soloists tomorrow night at Kings Place have been sold out for weeks… but the second performance will
be streamed live on the Guardian website in a new and exciting media partnership. You can watch it live here or catch it anytime for a week following the performance.
AURORA SEASON BROCHURE PUBLISHED:
We’re thrilled about the coming season of concerts, which include shows at the Roundhouse, Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, LSO St Luke’s and more. The whole brochure with details for each concert is here
CONCERT THIS SUNDAY
‘Looking forward to playing an evening of German chamber music at the magical Dalston Old Boy’s Club with my Pa, cellist Alexander Baillie, and pianist Holly Cullen-Davies. There’s a German feast laid on in between pieces, which include the Haydn Gypsy Rondo, Mendelssohn C minor, and other gems by Handel Brahms and Bach. Details are under ‘In Concert’.’
SHPONGLE in ISRAEL
A picture from last weekend’s Shpongle gig in the desert, taken by sound engineer Ian Hunter:
5* TIMES REVIEW for AURORA'S THRILLER
‘Aurora’s recentThriller tour played its final concert at a sold-out LSO St Luke’s at the start of this month. The Times review that followed gave us 5 stars, describing the program as ‘played with exquisite perfection’ ..! You can read the whole review and others here on the Aurora website.’
MALINOWSKI ZRi ANIMATION!
Amazing music animator Malinowski has just put up his video of our live ZRi recording. For a 5-part visual journey through the second movement of Brahms’ Clarinet Quintet (and an old gypsy folk tune) watch here: