Divine Rites

Divine Rites

Divine Rites evokes mysterious worlds and celebrates four world premieres: Sprung and Suspended by Andrew Poppy; From A Night Passage by American composer Robert Moran; In love not given lightly by Barnaby Oliver and Charlie Barber‘s Re: Formation of Chaos

Other works featured include Orlando Gough‘s tribute to Tunisian music and Michael Nyman‘s Prospero’s Books.


Music direction: Charlie Barber

Musicians: Jeffery Wilson (clarinet, saxophones), James Scannell (clarinet, saxophones), Alan MacDonald (trumpet), John Randall (trombone), Ruth Wall (piano), Jonathan Helm (percussion), Tim Wright (percussion), Claire Nelson (violin), Michael Rafferty (violin), Madeleine Zagni (viola), Sharon McKinley (cello), Paula Gardiner (double bass, bass guitar)

Technical coordinator: Neil Marcus

Technical support: Alistair Viles

Photography: Paul Jeff

Administration: David Sheppard

Calendar

04.10.95CARDIFFFestival of Music, Bute Theatre, WCMD
10.10.95MANCHESTERRoyal Northern College of Music
20.10.95BATHUniversity

With the financial support of: Arts Council of Wales, Holst Foundation, Musicians’ Union, North West Arts, Michael Tippett Musical Foundation, Performing Right Society, Cardiff City Council, South Glamorgan County Council

Review

The Independent (Phil Johnson)

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