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Events Category: Workshop

Come and Sing

Categories: British Composers, Choral, Concerts, Family, Workshop

Sunday 21 January 2024, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

If you love singing and can read a bit of music, this inspiring workshop is for you. Led for a fourth great year by the celebrated composer and conductor John Rutter and accompanist Neil Taylor, Come and Sing is an afternoon of choral singing to lift the spirits. Music will be a mixture of old and new, including some of John Rutter’s own well-loved choral works. If you’re not a singer yourself, come along as a supporter instead.


Total Immersion: Missy Mazzoli – Barbican, London

Categories: British Composers, Festivals, New Work, Women musicians, Workshop
Tags: barbican centre, missy mazzoli

Sunday, 25 February 2024, 11:00 am 9:00 pm at Barbican Centre Silk Street London, England


Pianist, visionary, musical dramatist and Grammy-nominated composer, Missy Mazzoli has been called “the 21st century’s gatecrasher of new classical music”. She’s an artist for whom the personal is political, and in whose hands the intimate stories of modern America take on an epic scale and a global significance. “With each work, I endeavour to provide a new language for thoughts and feelings we suppress in everyday life” she says – “to provide space in which we can process the overwhelming nature of the world”. With participation from the composer herself, this Total Immersion day explores the whole range of her work: a close encounter with one of the most singular – and potent – voices of the new millennium.

The Nature of Why – Plymouth

Categories: British Composers, Concerts, Experimental, Family, Festivals, New Work, Workshop
Tags: paraorchestra, richard feynman, will gregory

Friday, 1 March 2024, 7:30 pm at Theatre Royal Plymouth Royal Parade Plymouth, England, PL1
Saturday, 2 March 2024, 4:00 pm at Theatre Royal Plymouth Royal Parade Plymouth, England, PL1


Playfully fusing live orchestral music with contemporary dance, The Nature of Why blurs the divide between performer and audience for an experience bursting with passion and joyous intensity.

“This isn’t a performance you simply see or hear. It’s one you feel” Bristol 24/7

Created by ParaOrchestra, with a cinematic score by Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory, The Nature of Why takes inspiration from the unconventional curiosity of theoretical physicist Richard Feynman and his search for meaning in the world around us.

Audiences join performers on the Lyric stage and are invited to explore the constantly shifting action, seeking out their own unique encounters, resulting in an epic and immersive theatrical experience like no other.

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