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Open Score: New Music Collective

Open Score: New Music Collective

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  • Date 12 Mar 2020
  • Time 8.00pm - 9.30pm
  • Category Music and performance

Concert Series 2019-20

Since 1993 Contemporary Music for All (CoMA) have brought communities together to create new music with some of the UK’s finest composers. Join the New Music Collective and their director Nathan James Dearden for an evening celebrating a selection of seminal works of the Open Score project, including Philip Cashian’s MechanikDonnacha Dennehy’s A Fatal Optimist and a host of world premieres from our student composers at Royal Holloway’s Department of Music.

This event is presented as part of and supported by the Festival of Contemporary Music for All 2020.


CoMA Festival 2020

Further information

Refreshments will be available to purchase throughout the event in the Windsor Building Foyer.


Ticket prices are £5.00 (General admission); FREE for Royal Holloway students, Royal Holloway staff and children under the age of 16. Season Tickets apply to this event.

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