All Time Is Eternally Present
Fri 26 February 2021, 8pm,Virtual Circle - Digital Stream
Conducted by the internationally renowned Pekka Kuusisto, this brand new concert by Manchester Camerata – All Time Is Eternally Present – packs a real punch with an eclectic and exciting programme – it’s first of many planned for 2021. The full programme features rising star Saxophonist and BBC Radio 3 broadcaster, Jess Gillam performing Michael Nyman’s Where the Bee Dances; and the new and very powerful style of composition from BBC Last night of the Proms composer – Daniel Kidane – whose brand new piece Be Still creates a sense of inner stillness and calm – something that is arguably much needed right now. Completing the programme are the gentle tones of Dobrinka Tabakova’s Dawn and the never ending expanse of Copland’s Appalachian Spring.
- Dobrinka Tabakova – Dawn
- Aaron Copland – Appalachian Spring Suite
- Daniel Kidane – Be Still (World Premiere)
- Michael Nyman – Where the Bee Dances performed by Jess Gillam
- Pekka Kuusisto – Conductor
- Jess Gillam – Saxophone
- Caroline Pether – Violin
- Hannah Roberts – Cello
- Manchester Camerata
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