The LPO Young Composers Programme is generously supported by The Leverhulme Trust, Adam Mickiewicz Institute as part of the Polska Music Programme, The Stanley Picker Trust and Help Musicians UK. The 2016/17 Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme is generously funded by The Foyle Foundation with additional support from The Mercers’ Company, Help Musicians UK and The Barbara Whatmore Charitable Trust.

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Debut Sounds: New Musick

A bold programme celebrating British composers from past and present

7:30 PM, ​ St John's Smith Square, London

Purcell Come, ye sons of art (excerpt)
Yvonne Eccles Jubilate
Nathan Dearden anti-fanfare
Purcell Remember not, Lord, our offences
Purcell Hear my prayer
Sir James MacMillan Data est mihi omnis potestas from The Strathclyde Motets
Alex Paxton Now We Are Duh-Dur
Stef Conner Calling the Night Gods

Magnus Lindberg conductor
LPO Foyle Future Firsts
Members of London Philharmonic Orchestra
echo
Suzy Klein presenter

Please note this event is off sale from this website. Tickets are available on the door at St John's Smith Square and online.

Hear four world premieres from up and coming composers in the magnificent surroundings of St John’s Smith Square.

Presented alongside choral music from Henry Purcell and Sir James MacMillan, these brand new works from the LPO’s Leverhulme Arts Scholars have been informed and inspired by Purcell’s own Come, ye sons of art (1694). It’ll be fascinating to hear how four talented composers of tomorrow have responded to the creative springboard of this much earlier work.

Musicians from the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme join forces with LPO players and echo, a young professional vocal ensemble formed by recent alumni of the Genesis Sixteen young artists’ scheme, to present a bold programme that mixes music from past and present.

Full price tickets: £9
Student tickets: £4

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