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Thursday Lunchtimes: Anna Clyne In Focus

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Our celebration of Anna and her works launches with an innovative exploration of electroacoustic chamber music, redefining the relationship between music and technology.  

Described asbracingly modern yet with elements that seem to conjure up the distant musical past’ (Chicago Classical Review), the afternoon opens with Anna Clyne’s Fits + Starts – a piece that uses acoustic recordings of harpsichord, cello, and viola, which have been layered and manipulated to form the backdrop for the solo cellist.  

This cutting-edge programme also sees a new work by RNCM student James Weatherley-Buss exploring the sound world of flute and electronics.  

Discover both events in our In Focus festival and experience the future of music. 

Anna Clyne Fits and Starts for cello and tape

Sabrina Giovanardi cello

Anna Clyne Shorthand for cello + string quintet

Clara Hope Simpson solo cello
Gustav Ranum, Sean Morrison violin
Rebecca Stubbs viola
Andrea Kim cello
Joana Moura double bass

James Weatherley-Buss New work for flute and electronics

Kira Schlosser flute

Anna Clyne Steelworks for flute, bass clarinet, percussion and tape

Naomi Robinson flute
Josh Pyman bass clarinet
Harriet Kwong percussion

Photo credit: Christina Kernohan

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£2.50 (Under 26s and Students)
£5 (Full)


This event will end at approximately 1.55pm.