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New Voices Consort: Earth Seen from Above

New Voices Consort: Earth Seen from Above

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  • Date 14 Mar 2019
  • Time 8.00pm - 9.15pm
  • Category Music and performance

New Voices Consort: Earth Seen from Above

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The Royal Holloway New Voices Consort continue their exploration of exciting, contemporary vocal music with composer and conductor Nathan James Dearden in an evening of glorious music inspired by the space or place in which they were written or written for. Join us for an evening that will transport you to Meredith Monk’s Earth Seen from Above, bask in a moving lament for the San bush-men of South Africa with Peter Louis van Dijk and experience the street songs and riffs in Benjamin Tassie’s London Festival of Architecture 2017 collaboration, Silvertown.  This event will also feature a new work by a selected Royal Holloway composer as part of the Picture Gallery Composer-in-Residence programme.  

There will be no interval during this event. You will be able to purchase refreshments thoughout.

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General Admission costs £5.00. Current Royal Holloway students and staff tickets are FREE. Children 16 and under are FREE.

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