Past Dates

Upcoming Dates

2nd

Dec 2017

Spitalfields Festival

The House of Monteverdi at Shoreditch Church (St Leonard’s), 5-9.30pm

World premiere by Josephine Stephenson + new devised piece by The Hermes Experiment.

Link

23rd

Nov 2017

Sound Ways – International New Music Festival

Hall of Composers Union (Mountferrain Palais), St Petersburg, Russia

Joel Rust, Pack of orders

Timothy Salter, The blood-dimmed tide

Jethro Cooke & The Hermes Experiment, The First Spring Concert of Universal Futurism

Deborah Pritchard, Kandinsky Studies

+ three new commissions by Elena Igotti, Elina Vagina & Svetlana Lavrova

This project is supported by The Future of Russia Foundation and RVW Trust.

link

18th

Nov 2017

Daylight Music

Daylight Music at Union Chapel, 12pm

as part of EFG London Jazz Festival

Misha Mullov-Abbado, The Linden Tree

Emily Hall, I am happy living simply and The end of the ending

Three arrangements by Oliver Pashley :
Gershwin, I Got Rhythm
Joni Mitchell, Big Yellow Taxi
Rodney Bennett, Slow Foxtrot

link

25th

Oct 2017

Park Lane Group Recital

St James’s Church, Piccadilly, London, 1.10pm

Josephine Stephenson, tanka 
Darren Bloom, Second Fig  
Bach (arr. Pashley), D Major Prelude
Kate Whitley, My Hands  
Prokofiev (arr. Schofield), Visions Fugitives, nos. 1, 7, 8 and 16, op. 22 
Freya Waley-Cohen, We Phoenician Sailors

link

16th

Sep 2017

Colourscape Festival

1-5pm, Clapham Common, London

Eye Music Trust presents its flagship Colourscape Festival on Clapham Common in the world’s largest Colourscape.

Our programme will include music by Stevie Wishart, Misha Mullov-Abbado, Josephine Stephenson, Darren Bloom, Ewan Campbell, Anna Appleby, Ed Scolding and William Marsey, as well as graphic scores created live by audience members.

link

12th

Sep 2017

Rambert Connects

Day at Rambert Dance, Southbank, workshopping new pieces with composers & choreographers.

link

11th

Aug 2017

The Winter’s Tale

The Winter’s Tale at Tête à Tête Opera Festival

RADA Studios Theatre, London, 7.50pm

Director, Nina Brazier

Composer, Kim Ashton

With actors William McGeough, Louisa Hollway, Christopher Adams, Sadie Parsons & Robert Willoughby.

Tickets

29th

Jul 2017

Fishguard International Music Festival

St Mary’s Church, Fishguard, 2pm

Gareth WoodBlake Canticles

Giles Swayne, Chansons dévotes et poissonneuses

Misha Mullov-Abbado, The Linden Tree

Emily Hall, I am living simply and We’ve reached the end of the ending

Richard Rodney Bennett ‘Slow Foxtrot’ from A History of theThé Dansant (arr. Pashley)

Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)

Prokofiev, Visions Fugitives, Nos 1, 3, 7 And 16 (arr. Schofield)

Debussy, Rêverie & Voiles (arr. Pashley & Schofield)

Tickets here

28th

Jul 2017

Fishguard International Music Festival

Performances as part of “Saints and Stones”

Fishguard Town Hall, 10am

Follow in the footsteps of the ancient pilgrims with a guided tour led by local historian Richard Davies to four churches across north Pembrokeshire. At each site, live music will be performed as you explore the interiors and soak up the atmosphere. Limited places – book early.

More details here

12th

Jul 2017

Nonclassical

Freya Waley-Cohen curates a Nonclassical monthly club night at The Victoria, Dalston. The night will feature The Hermes Experiment and Liam Byrne.

Our sets will feature Freya’s song cycle We Phoenician Sailors on poems by Octavia Bright, as well as music by Josephine Stephenson, Meredith Monk, George Aperghis & a world premiere by Darren Bloom.

tickets 

7th

Jul 2017

New Music Biennial Festival

Royal Festival Hall, Central Bar Foyer, 12.30pm

Southbank Centre

Anna Appleby, The Windhover
Misha Mullov-Abbado, The Linden Tree
Emily Hall, I am happy living simply and The end of the ending
Deborah Pritchard, Kandinsky Studies
Kate Whitley, My Hands
Ewan Campbell, London, he felt fairly certain, had always been London
Josephine Stephenson, …after George
Prokofiev (arr. Schofield), Visions Fugitives, nos. 1, 7, 8 and 16, op. 22
Rachmaninov (arr. Denholm), Fragments, op. posth

Details here

9th

Apr 2017

Bachn & Eggs

Performance for a new Sunday brunch concert series curated by harpist Olivia Jageurs.

The Underdog Gallery, London Bridge, 12pm

Programme will feautres works by Emily HallMisha Mullov-Abbado, Josephine Stephenson, Ewan Campbell, Deborah Pritchard and Meredith Monk.

More info here

31st

Mar 2017

Tallinn Music Week

Performance at Tallinn Music Week, Estonia

Stevie Wishart, Eurostar – a journey between cities in sound
Ewan Campbell, London, he felt fairly certain, had always been London
Joni Mitchell, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’ (arr. Pashley)
Metropolis, a semi-improvised piece by Jethro Cooke & The Hermes Experiment

Details and tickets here

16th

Feb 2017

1917–2017 Revolutions – Reactions

Kings Place, Hall 2, 8pm

To mark the centenary of the Russian Revolutions, contemporary quartet The Hermes Experiment have collated a programme of musical responses to these historic turning points featuring works by major Russian composers of the early 20th century alongside three especially commissioned pieces by contemporary composers – Emily Hall, Joel Rust and Timothy Salter.

The group’s debut performance at Kings Place will also include the quartet’s own response to the revolutionary theme with free improvisation, a new piece inspired by the early electronics of the Russian avant-garde devised in collaboration with Jethro Cooke, and new arrangements of works by Mosolov, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff.

New commissioned pieces by Emily Hall, Joel Rust and Timothy Salter

Alexander Mosolov (arr. The Hermes Experiment) Four Newspaper Advertisements, Op. 21

Rachmaninoff (arr. The Hermes Experiment) Fragments, Op. posth

Prokofiev (arr. The Hermes Experiment) Visions Fugitives Nos. 1, 3, 7 and 16, Op. 22

New piece devised by Jethro Cooke & The Hermes Experiment

Deborah Pritchard, Kandinsky Studies

Tickets

Generously supported by the Oleg Prokofiev Trust, RVW Trust and Arts Council England.

14th

Feb 2017

COMPOSERS’ WORKSHOP

Workshop with composition students from Cambridge University

Music Faculty, Cambridge, 2pm

More info here

14th

Feb 2017

Newnham College Recital

Recital at The Old Labs, Newnham College, Cambridge, 7.30pm

We’ll be running our programme “1917-2017 Revolutions – Reactions”

Details HERE

20th

Jan 2017

Rambert Connects

Rambert Connects – a new initiative with the aim of bringing composers and choreographers together to share their work.

Performing works by Anna Appleby and Deborah Pritchard.

Rambert, Southbank

www.rambert.org.uk

13th

Dec 2016

The Winter’s Tale

The Cockpit, London, 7.30pm

In light of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, The Hermes Experiment has developed a new interpretation of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale during an Aldeburgh Music Residency. Reducing the play to an hour’s duration in collaboration with director Nina Brazier and composer Kim Ashton, the quartet of musicians become part of the drama alongside a group of actors.

Nina Brazier, Director
Kim Ashton, Composer
Sophie Mosberger, Designer
Damian Robertson, Lighting designer

William McGeough, Leontes
Sadie Parsons, Hermione
Robert Willoughby, Polixenes/First Gentleman
Louisa Hollway, Paulina
Christopher Adams, Camillo/Antigonus/Second Gentleman
Héloïse Werner, Perdita/Soprano
Anne Denholm, Harp
Marianne Schofield, Double bass
Stephen Williams, Florizel/Clarinet

The project is generously supported by Aldeburgh Music, Arts Council England, the RVW Trust, Hinrichsen Foundation and Britten-Pears Foundation.

1st

Dec 2016

Resonance FM

Live interview on Resonance FM “The Opera Hour”, 5pm

Oliver Pashley, Héloïse Werner and actress Louis Hollway will be discussing their upcoming project The Winter’s Tale

16th

Nov 2016

new dots

Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell, 7.30pm

Concert in collaboration with new dots

World premieres by Andrew Thomas, Jia Chai & Freya Waley-Cohen

New piece devised by The Hermes Experiment & poet Ali Lewis

Josephine Stephenson, tanka

Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta

Tickets

30th

Oct 2016

Cambridge Young Composer of the Year Competition

Competition Final, West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, 2.30pm

The Hermes Experiment will be playing the entries at the competition finals.

More info about the competition can be found here.

30th

Oct 2016

Young Composers’ Concert

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, 7pm


The Hermes Experiment will perform the winning entries in the competition. The programme will also include a piece by last year’s winner of the competition Dominic Wills, and 3 pieces from The Hermes Experiment’s existing repertoire:

Misha Mullov-Abbado, The Linden Tree
Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)
Josephine Stephenson, tanka

23rd

Oct 2016

Cambridge Film Festival

Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge, 4.20pm

Live improvised music for the screening of 1922 silent film Salome

Cambridge Film Festival

Tickets available here.

10th

Sep 2016

Aldeburgh Music – Open Session

On an Aldeburgh Residency The Hermes Experiment develop their new interpretation of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. Reducing the play to an hour’s duration in collaboration with director Nina Brazier and composer Kim Ashton, the quartet of musicians become part of the drama alongside a group of actors. This Open Session will explore the progress they have made during their residency.

Jerwood Kiln Studio, Snape, 6pm

Tickets

 

5th

Sep 2016

Aldeburgh Music Residency

5-11 September, Aldeburgh Music

In light of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, The Hermes Experiment (harp, clarinet, soprano and double bass) will develop their new interpretation of Shakepeare’s The Winter’s Tale during their residency at Aldeburgh Music in September 2016, to be premiered at the Cockpit Theatre in December 2016.

They will work in close collaboration with director Nina Brazier and composer Kim Ashton, with the aim of highlighting key themes of the play through a condensed version of Shakespeare’s work. Each of the themes will become a ‘movement’ and will involve a different approach to the relationship between text and music.

They will be exploring a new mode of theatre that uses music and musicians as a vital part of the drama. Kim Ashton will lead the development of the music, which will include both improvised and semi-improvised elements and will be a central part of the work, not merely an accompaniment to the play. A group of actors will also be involved in the project, bringing life to Shakespeare’s colourful cast of characters.

www.aldeburgh.co.uk/residencies/current-future-projects

9th

Jul 2016

Daylight Music

Daylight Music at the Union Chapel, 12pm

Giles Swayne, Chansons dévotes et poissonneuses

More info here

8th

Jun 2016

Nonclassical Monthly Night

The Victoria, Dalston, 8pm

METROPOLIS – The Hermes Experiment explores the sights and sounds of the city.

Stevie WishartEurostar – a journey between cities in sound
Ewan CampbellLondon, he felt fairly certain, had always been London
Joni Mitchell, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’ (arr. Pashley)
Metropolis, a semi-improvised piece by Jethro Cooke & The Hermes Experiment

Tickets available here

www.nonclassical.co.uk

Our METROPOLIS project is generously supported by the RVW Trust.

 

6th

Jun 2016

Park Lane Group Lunchtime Recital

St Margaret’s Church Westminster, 12.45pm (as part of the Park Lane Group Lunchtime series)

Kate Whitley, My hands

Soosan LolavarMâh Didam

Ewan CampbellLondon, he felt fairly certain, had always been London

Gareth WoodBlake Canticles

Richard Rodney Bennett ‘Slow Foxtrot’ from A History of theThé Dansant (arr. Pashley)

Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)

Free improvisation

westminster-abbey.org/events/events/lunchtime-concerts-at-st-margarets-church

6th

May 2016

National Portrait Gallery – Late shift

National Portrait Gallery, London, 6.30pm

SONIC VISIONS

Kate WhitleyMy hands

Soosan LolavarMâh Didam

Debussy, Mandoline and Fantoches
Richard Rodney Bennett, “Slow Foxtrot” from A History of the Thé Dansant
Don McLean, “Vincent”

Graphic scores by Andy IngamellsDeborah Pritchard & Eloise Gynn.

More info here.

SONIC VISIONS is generously supported by the Hinrichsen Foundation, Britten-Pears Foundation and The Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust.

19th

Apr 2016

PLG Young Artists Spring Series

St John’s Smith Square, 7.30pm

Giles Swayne, Chansons dévotes et poissonneuses
Freya Waley-Cohen, Oyster
Kate Honey, Predator Fish
Josephine Stephenson, tanka
Stevie WishartEurostar, velaro (world premiere)

More details and tickets.

9th

Apr 2016

Instructions/Event

Performances at Soho Revue Gallery (14 Greek St, London W1D 4DP), 6pm & 8pm

Josephine Stephenson, tanka

Ed Scolding, Black Sea

The pieces will be performed as part John Cage’s Theatre Piece No. 1 from 1952

More info here.

7th

Apr 2016

Instructions/Event

Performance at Soho Revue Gallery (14 Greek St, London W1D 4DP), 7pm

Josephine Stephenson, tanka

Ed Scolding, Black Sea

The pieces will be performed as part John Cage’s Theatre Piece No. 1 from 1952

More info here.

22nd

Mar 2016

22 Mansfield Street

22 Mansfield Street, London, 7.30pm

SONIC VISIONS

Kate WhitleyMy hands

Soosan LolavarMâh Didam

Debussy, Mandoline and Fantoches
Richard Rodney Bennett, “Slow Foxtrot” from A History of the Thé Dansant
Don McLean, “Vincent”

Graphic scores by Andy Ingamells, Deborah Pritchard & Eloise Gynn.

More details here.

 

SONIC VISIONS is generously supported by the Hinrichsen Foundation, Britten-Pears Foundation and The Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust.

24th

Feb 2016

Eton College Composers’ workshop

The Hermes Experiment work with young composers at Eton College to inspire and develop their musical ideas.

16th

Feb 2016

SONIC VISIONS

The Forge, Camden, 8pm

New commissions by Kate Whitley & Soosan Lolavar

Ed ScoldingBlack Sea with new animation by Izabela Barszcz

Debussy, Mandoline and Fantoches
Richard Rodney Bennett, “Slow Foxtrot” from A History of the Thé Dansant
Don McLean, “Vincent”

New graphic scores by Andy Ingamells, Deborah Pritchard & Eloise Gynn.

Tickets – £12/£10

SONIC VISIONS is generously supported by the Hinrichsen Foundation, Britten-Pears Foundation and The Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust.

30th

Jan 2016

Bloomsbury Organ Day

Bloomsbury Church, 4pm

 

J.S. Bach, ‘Prelude in C # minor’ from The Well-Tempered Clavier, book 1 (arr. Pashley)

Stephen WilliamsPostlude Canon, a reflection on J.S Bach’s ‘Prelude in C # minor’

Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)

Ed Scolding, Black Sea

Debussy, Fantoche (arr. Schofield)

Free improvisation

 

More info here.

19th

Jan 2016

Zero Wave

Fiddler’s Elbow, WN5

Joni Mitchell, Big Yellow Taxi (arr. Pashley)
Ewan Campbell London, he felt fairly certain, had always been London.
Stevie Wishart Eurostar, Velaro (work in progress)
Free improvisation

Tickets

22nd

Nov 2015

CiR Series

Handel House Museum, 2pm

J.S Bach (arr. Pashley), “Prelude in C# minor” from The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1
Stephen WilliamsPostlude Canon, a reflection on ‘Prelude in C# minor’
Edwin HillierPentiment
John Cage, Variation IV
Handel, “Endless Pleasure” from Semele (arr. Werner)
Giles Swayne, “Les Poissons mélomanes” from Chansons dévotes et poissonneuses
Elis Czerniak, New work

& Free improvisation

More info & tickets here.

28th

Oct 2015

TOI TOI

Helios Collective’s TOI TOI, CLF Art Cafe

Metropolis, a new semi-improvised piece by Jethro Cooke & The Hermes Experiment

www.helioscollective.co.uk

27th

Oct 2015

METROPOLIS

The Cockpit, 7.30pm

The Hermes Experiment are joined by collaborators Stevie Wishart, Ewan Campbell and Jethro Cooke, to explore the sights and sounds of the city.Through new commissions, arrangements and free improvisation, the uncompromising metropolis will be seen by night and day, as a symbol of progress, destruction, light and dark.

New commissions by Ewan Campbell and Stevie Wishart
Joni Mitchell, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’ (arr. Pashley)
Eric Maschwitz / Manning Serwin, ‘A Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square’ (arr. Denholm)
Kurt Weill, ‘Berlin im Licht’ (arr. Schofield)
Semi-improvised piece by Jethro Cooke & The Hermes Experiment

Asterism, written & performed by Jethro Cooke


Tickets available here.

Supported by the Britten-Pears Foundation

14th

Oct 2015

Chamber Tots – Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall, 10.15 & 11.45 am

More info about the project here.

23rd

Sep 2015

“For Crying Out Loud!” Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall, 11am & 12.30pm

J.S Bach, ‘Prelude in C # minor’ from The Well-Tempered Clavier, book 1 (arr. Pashley)

Stephen WilliamsPostlude Canon, a reflection on J.S Bach’s ‘Prelude in C # minor’

Claude Debussy, Rêverie (arr. Schofield)

Giles SwayneChansons dévotes et poissonneuses

Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)

More info here.

1st

Jul 2015

BODY

Wilton’s Music Hall, 7.30pm

More info and tickets here

20th

Jun 2015

Lovescapes: A Musical Exhibition

Crypt on the Green, 8pm

In collaboration with photographer Thurstan Redding

New commissions by Ed Scolding, Freya Waley-Cohen, Kate Honey, Josephine Stephenson and William Cole

New pieces devised by The Hermes Experiment

15th

Jun 2015

rough for opera

The Cockpit Theatre, 7.30pm

Works by Ed Scolding, Lloyd Coleman & Jonathan Woolgar.

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16th

May 2015

London Festival of Contemporary Church Music

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 4pm

Ben Morris, organ

J.S. Bach, ‘Prelude in C # minor’ from The Well-Tempered Clavier, book 1 (arr. Pashley)
Stephen Williams, Postlude Canon, a reflection on J.S Bach’s ‘Prelude in C # minor’
J.S. Bach, ‘Seufzer, Tränen, Kummer, Not’ from Cantata BWV 21 (arr. Cole)
Jonathan Woolgar, Scenes from the Garden of Love (Part 1)
Improvised piece by the Hermes Experiment

www.lfccm.com

12th

May 2015

Listenpony: Tamsin Waley-Cohen & The Hermes Experiment

Listenpony presents the launch of Tamsin Waley-Cohen‘s new album Soli, and a host of works in response with their resident ensemble The Hermes Experiment.

With solos from The Hermes Ensemble members, 3 brand new works by the Listenpony composers, and a final folk set.

Crypt on the Green

More info here.

7th

May 2015

Chamber Tots, Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall, 12.30 & 2pm

More info about the project here.

19th

Apr 2015

Bastard Assignments

The Hermes Experiment at Bastard Assignments

Asylum, Peckham

bastardassignments.com

7th

Apr 2015

Hackney Classical: DREAMS

The Russet, Hackney Downs

DREAMS

New commissions by Edward Henderson, James Joslin and Tim Cape
Misha Mullov-Abbado, The Linden Tree
Meredith Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)
Free improvisation on tweets

www.nonclassical.co.uk/hackney-classical

 

18th

Mar 2015

Workshop at Purcell School

Purcell School

Workshop with young composers

3rd

Mar 2015

Kammer Klang

Cafe OTO

Fresh Klang

Doors 8pm / Music 8.30pm. Tickets available here.

18th

Feb 2015

Rhythm

The Forge, Camden, 8pm

New commissions by Gareth Wood, James Brady and Misha Mullov-Abbado

Bernstein, I Hate Music! (arr. Millwood)

Gershwin, I Got Rhythm (arr. Pashley)

Monk, Double Fiesta (arr. Denholm)

New piece devised by Lloyd Coleman and The Hermes Experiment

£8 / 10 – Tickets available here.

8th

Feb 2015

Later with Karl Lutchmeyer

20th Century Theatre, Notting Hill

Lloyd Coleman, new piece based on the Inferno from the Divine Comedy

4th

Feb 2015

Wednesdays at the Forge

Double Bill with Oliver Coates.

The Forge, Camden, 7.30pm

Jonathan WoolgarScenes from the Garden of Love

Lloyd Colemannew piece based on the Inferno from the Divine Comedy

Kim Ashton, Os, Oris 

30th

Jan 2015

Chamber Tots, Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall, 2pm

More info about the project here.

16th

Dec 2014

A Christmas Experiment

St John’s Church, Notting Hill, 8pm

Featuring Ben Comeau on organ

New commission by Graham Ross

Britten, Ceremony of Carols (arr. Millwood)

Christmas Carols (arr. The Hermes Experiment)

New piece for solo organ by Jonathan Woolgar

Free entry – mince pies and mulled wine 

15th

Nov 2014

SOUNDSCAPES

Limewharf, 8pm

Debussy, Rêverie & Voiles (arr. Pashley & Schofield)
Purcell, ‘When I am laid in earth’ from Dido and Aeneas (arr. Denholm)
Rameau, ’La Pantomime’ from Pièces de clavecin en concerts (arr. Williams)
£8/10 – Tickets available here

11th

Nov 2014

Chamber Tots, Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall, 10.15am

More info about the project here.

11th

Nov 2014

SONIC IMPERFECTIONS

The Montague Arms, Peckham, 7.30pm

9th

Nov 2014

UKYA FESTIVAL, LEICESTER

Upstairs at the Western, 2pm

‘Psychological tales’, including works by ScoldingWoolgar and Coleman. More details here.

8th

Nov 2014

UKYA FESTIVAL, LEICESTER

New Walk Museum and Gallery Performance Space, 4pm

‘Psychological tales’, including works by ScoldingWoolgar and Coleman. More details here.

30th

Oct 2014

Bastard Assignments: At Your Place

Bastard Assignments: At Your Place arrives at Fred’s place for an intimate event of brand new, experimental music featuring The Hermes Experiment.

From 8pm
13 Burrard Road, E16 3QL

Pieces by:

Timovich Capov
Louis D’Heudieres
Fred Feeney
Andy Ingamells
Edward Henderson

+ installation by Caitlin Rowley and a comedy set.

please RSVP to bastardassignments@gmail.com

20th

Sep 2014

Aubazine Abbey, France

L’Aura des Arts Festival – Les Journées du Patrimoine, including a world premiere by Giles Swayne

More info here.

9th

Sep 2014

Inspired by Bach

St John’s Notting Hill, 8pm

Ben Morris, organ

Bach, ‘Seufzer, Tränen, Kummer, Not’ (arr. Cole)
Preludes from The Well-Tempered Clavier : C# minor and F minor (Book 1), D Major (Book 2) (arr. Pashley & Schofield) paired with new works by Sasha Millwood and Stephen Williams
New piece devised by The Hermes Experiment

5th

Jun 2014

Nonclassical Monthly Event

Nonclassical presents : The Hermes Experiment at The Shacklewell Arms, 8pm

John Cage – Variations IV
Ed ScoldingBlack Sea (world premiere)
Jonathan WoolgarScenes from the Garden of Love
Leonard Bernstein – I Hate Music! (arr. Millwood)
George Gershwin – I Got Rhythm (arr. Pashley)

More info here.

18th

May 2014

Fitzwilliam Museum

Promenade lunchtime concert at the Fizwilliam Museum, Cambrigde – 1pm.

Programme including works by Jonathan Woolgar & Lloyd Coleman.

14th

May 2014

Notting Hill MayFest

St Peter’s Church, Notting Hill, as part of Notting Hill Mayfest – 9pm

Programme including a world premiere by Jonathan Woolgar.

14th

Feb 2014

Kettle’s Yard

Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge – lunchtime concert, 12.30pm

Programme including a world premiere by Lloyd Coleman.