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Events Category: Music Theatre

Stravinsky: A Soldier’s Tale – ONLINE EVENT

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Categories: Concerts, Family, Live stream, Music Theatre
Tags: london mozart players, scala radio, soldier's tale

Sunday 8 November, 3.00pm at Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4SR

Classical ClubA theatrical work conceived by Igor Stravinsky and Swiss writer C.F. Ramuz, A Soldier’s Tale is a parable of a soldier who trades his violin to the devil in return for a fortune, later deliberately losing at cards to win it back. But the Devil is not so easily beaten…

Actor Tama Matheson narrates this Faustian story, while rhythms of ragtime, tango, waltz and a march jostle for position in the highly original and positively primal score, performed by an LMP septet of violin, double bass, clarinet, bassoon, cornet/trumpet(?), trombone and percussion. Written at the end of the First World War, The Soldier’s Tale is a lesson for all cultures and times. This Classical Club performance will be broadcast first on Remembrance Sunday from the Royal Hospital Chelsea, and the concert will end with The Last Post. Enjoy the whole 8-concert series online via LMP’s Classical Club, tickets just £12 each or £50 for the full 8-concert series if you book before 31 October (£60 thereafter).

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BEAM – Everybody can stand in their own light

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Categories: Festivals, Music Theatre, New Work, Song, Women musicians
Tags: nadine benjamin, snape

26 and 27 June, 5.00pm, at Snape Maltings

A multi-media music theatre piece based on the life story of opera singer Nadine Benjamin, using performance to highlight the many ways that trauma affects a life.

BEAM follows one woman’s journey from fragmentation to wholeness, exploring sexuality; race; gender; neurodiversity – dyspraxia, trauma-tourettes – domestic violence; bullying; addiction, and the role of music and creativity as healing forces in her life.

Team BEAM develops a new inclusive process of co-construction as a working practice and co-creation as an artistic practice.

Performance length: approx. 70 minutes, with no interval

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