EVERYTHING STARTS ELSEWHERE – LOVEMUSIC

EVERYTHING STARTS ELSEWHERE – LOVEMUSIC

Lovemusic is a musicians’ collective that aims to promote contemporary music. Lovemusic’s work in direct collaboration with today’s composers is an essential part of their adventurous programming, which offers a fresh and original viewpoint on the present. This programme is based on a newly commissioned work for flute, clarinet and voice composed by Jerôme Combier which will be heard alongside pieces by established French and British composers John Craft, Gilbert Army, Pascal Dusapin, Martin Iddon and Betsy Jolas in a series of concerts in the UK. The piece uses three monodic instruments, with the composer exploring the possibilities of this unusual arrangement. Everything starts elsewhere references a text by Roberto Juarroz that is used in one of the pieces but also the creative process of transmission: beginning in the composer’s mind, evolving into written form, interpreted by performers, and reinterpreted by the public.

Composer(s)

Jérôme Combier (FR) - New work

Jesse Broekman (NL) - New work

John Croft (UK) - Deux méditations d’une furie

Naomi Pinnock (UK) - And yet there was (love)

Gilbert Amy (FR) - …d’un désastre obscur

Martin Iddon (UK) - Ptelea

Samuel Andreyev (FR) - Nombres Imaginaires

Besty Jolas (FR/USA) - Lovemusic

French / British

French British
Place(s)
Artist(s)
Composer(s)

Calendar

18.01 2019

Auditorium BNU, Strasbourg, France


09.02 2019

St. Cecilia’s Concert Hall, Edimbourg, United Kingdom


11.02 2019

Festival KLANG19, Durham, United Kingdom


13.02 2019

Westminster Theatre - Keele, United Kingdom


15.02 2019

Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, Leeds, United Kingdom


16.02 2019

Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester, United Kingdom


19.02 2019

City University London, United Kingdom