Tuesday, March 18, 2003


An entirely non-representative and non-comprehensive selection of intriguing musical events happening in NFE's neck of the woods over the next few weeks... the links will no doubt give you other dates, as well as wider information.

18-19 March
Richard Alston Dance Company: settings of Britten, Mozart, Italian and Moorish medieval music; Gardner Arts Centre, University of Sussex, 20.00.

20 March
The Dedication Orchestra (formed 10 years ago to celebrate the music of exiled South African musicians such as Mongezi Feza, Harry Miller, Chris McGregor, Dudu Pukwana, Johnny Dyani and Nick Moyaka). With Keith Tippett, Evan Parker, Lol Coxhill, Elton Dean, Jim Dvorak, Julie Tippetts and Steve Beresford. Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, 19.45.

4 April
'Greek Ikons of Light and Passion'. The Composers' Ensemble, with Mina Polychronou (sop). Works by Theodore Antoniou, Periclis Koukos, George Kouroupos. Purcell Room, London, 19.30.

8 April
Phoenix Dance Theatre: settings of Jocelyn Pook ('DV8', 'Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut'). Gardner Arts Centre, University of Sussex, 20.00.

23 April
Electronica: London Sinfonietta, conducted by Martyn Brabbins. Boulez, 'Anthemes II', Matthias Pintscher, 'Tenebrae', Jonathan Harvey, 'Bird Concerto'. Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, 19.45.

24 April
Arditti String Quarter with Thomas Ades (piano). Music by Ades, Berg, Dutilleux and Lachenmann. Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, 19.45

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