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New Zamora Perez cantata premiered

On Decembre 21st the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Pudahuel and the San Sebastian University Choir (both from Santiago, Chile) premiered the cantata “Cantos por la Paz” (Songs for Peace) by Carlos Zamora Perez,  at Nuestra Señora de la Victoria Church in Santiago.  The work was commissioned by the Choir of San Sebastian University to be performed in the annual Christmas Concert.
and will be performed again as part of the 2017 Concert Season of Universidad San Sebastian.
  • James Cave wins Laurence Sterne prize

    James Cave has been announced as the winner of the  ‘Same Notes – Ten Times Sweeter’ Competition

    This competition was for a piece for unaccompanied descant or treble recorder, three to four minutes long.

  • James Cave’s Ave Maria

    James Cave’s setting of ‘Ave Maria’, commissioned by the Dean and Chapter of York Minster for the Nine Lessons and Carols 2016, has been selected for inclusion on a new CD of pieces written for York Minster, to be released on Regent Records later this year.

  • Martin Suckling shortlisted in Scottish Awards for New Music 2018

    For the second year running, Martin Suckling features in the Scottish Awards for New Music.  His flute concerto, The White Road, premiered last February by Katherine Bryan and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, is shortlisted in the ‘Large Scale Work (11+ performers) sponsored by PRS for Music’ category.  Over 180 nominations were submitted by artists, audience members and the general public, reinforcing the depth and breadth of new music activity in Scotland.  The awards event will be held at the Drygate Brewery, Glasgow on Wednesday 7 March 2017.

  • Patrick John Jones chosen for new PRS Accelerate scheme

    PhD student Patrick John Jones has been selected for PRS for Music’s new scheme for composers, Accelerate.

  • Performances across continents for Martin Suckling

    On Friday 12th January, Martin Suckling’s new string quintet, Emily’s Electrical Absence, a collaboration with poet Frances Leviston and scientists from the PETMEM consortium, receives its premiere in London as part of the ‘Time Unwrapped’ series at King’s Place.  The following day in New York City, Lost Dog New Music Ensemble give the second US performance of Martin’s clarinet trio Visiones (after Goya) as part of their mini-festival of British music, ‘The UK Commotion’.

  • Federico Reuben in Journal of Music, Technology and Education

    The Journal of Music, Technology and Education recently published a special edition on the Online Orchestra, an Arts & Humanities Research Council-funded project that run between October 2014 to March 2016.