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London Sinfonietta’s new season mixes established trendy classics with dynamic new works


New Futures: London Sinfonietta's 2022/23 season

The London Sinfonietta’s 2022/23 season mixes trendy masterpieces with revolutionary new work from modern classical composers. The ensemble can be on the centre of Saturday’s Xenakis at 100 occasion on the Southbank Centre (8/10/2022) with their live performance Xenakis: Architect of Sound. Different trendy masters being explored within the season embrace Toru Takemitsu with Takemitsu: Turning Factors at Kings Place (27/11/2022) exploring the Japanese composer’s influences and legacy. The live performance can be preceded by the Sofa To Live performance podcast, hosted by Cerys Matthews and Paul Morley, a three-part sequence to coach new audiences to attend their first modern classical live performance.

On 5 March 2023 on the Queen Elizabeth Corridor, the ensemble pays tribute to one in all its longest-standing collaborators with Sir Harrison Birtwistle: a tribute, then on 6 April 2023 on the Royal Competition Corridor they have fun New York minimalism with Steve Reich‘s Reich/Richter alongside music by Julia Wolfe, Julius Eastmann (1940-1990) and Mira Calix.

Different occasions embrace the premiere of a brand new work by Lithuanian composer Juste Janulyte which echoes a sleeping human physique and all of the common however not synchronised sounds inside, alongside music by composers from Sweden, USA, UK and Italy, Lisa Streich, Tyshawn Sorey, Jack Sheen, and Salvatore Sciarrino (Sleeping Patterns, 2/12/2022), and there’s a collaboration with the EFG London Jazz Competition on the Purcell Room (18/11/2022). Extra composite programmes embrace Fireworks (25/5/2023 at Queen Elizabeth Corridor), a showcase of virtuosity from totally different musical cultures together with Dai Fujikura‘s Shamisen Concerto and music by Tania Leon, Augusta Learn Thomas and Gyorgy Ligeti, and Turning Factors: Sound Unwrapped (24/6/2023 at Kings Place) which explores electro-acoustic music.

Full particulars from the London Sinfonietta’s web site

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