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PLAY! Festival 2017: Pocket Concerts

PLAY! Festival 2017: Pocket Concerts
Date
Tuesday 30th May - Thursday 1st June 2017
Location:
Various
Description
Pop along to one our Pocket Concerts, as musicians from the Department of Music and guest artists' takeover spaces to showcase their talent.

PLAY! Festival 2017: International Music Feast

PLAY! Festival 2017: International Music Feast
Date
Tuesday 30th May 2017
Location:
Wettons Annexe (A)
Description
The popular International Music Feast is back at PLAY! Festival and celebrates the College's cultural diversity through sharing a wonderful array of food, music and theatre.

PLAY! Festival 2017: Royal Holloway Symphony Orchestra

PLAY! Festival 2017: Royal Holloway Symphony Orchestra
Date
Wednesday 31st May 2017
Location:
Windsor Auditorium
Description
Prior to their highly-anticipated Belgian Summer Tour, Rebecca Miller and the Royal Holloway Symphony Orchestra treat us to a smorgasbord of orchestral favourites

PLAY! Festival 2017: Royal Holloway Wind Orchestra

PLAY! Festival 2017: Royal Holloway Wind Orchestra
Date
Thursday 1st June 2017
Location:
Boilerhouse Auditorium
Description
Undergraduate conductors Thomas Search and Peter Le Tissier with the Royal Holloway Wind Orchestra take us on a transatlantic trip from the UK to the USA with an afternoon of Britten to Bernstein.

PLAY! Festival 2017: New Music Collective

PLAY! Festival 2017: New Music Collective
Date
Thursday 1st June 2017
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
For our late night PLAY! Event, the New Music Collective along with their conductor and curators Nathan James Dearden and Mary Dullea present a transatlantic mishmash of music by established living composers from the UK and USA.

Tippett Quartet: Revolutionary Sounds

Tippett Quartet: Revolutionary Sounds
Date
Wednesday 7th June 2017
Location:
90 York Way London N1 9AG, King's Place
Description
2017 marks the 100 year anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Tippett Quartet celebrates this with the world premiere of it's not working by Nathan James Dearden. A fantastic work based on Selina Nwulu's (Young Poet Laureate for London) poem entitled Foreign.
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