music we'd like to hear

three concerts on three fridays curated by three composers

2017

© PHOTOGRAPHER
mwlth commission***
world premiere**
uk premiere*
'the series has become a central hub of a community that centers in london but overlaps with other near and distant localities, both in programming and in the visitors drawn to it.'

jennie gottschalk
experimental music since 1970

this edition supported by Arts Council England, the Hinrichsen Foundation, and the RVW Trust
© 2005 -
music we'd like to hear

I


30 june

MANY & ONE

 
nomi epstein
for cage99* (2011)
kara feely
i didn't prepare for this
but probably that is best* (2015)
hauke harder
88bb (8 strings - 8 primes - bowl-back)* (2011)
sarah hughes
fires and conifers (2012)
martin iddon
aigeiros* (2016)
jo kondo
calamintha (2000)
christian wolff
banjo player** (2015)

II


7 july

(UN)PREDICTABLE

 
tom johnson
predictables* (1984)
paul newland
things that happen again (again)***
(2016)
makiko nishikaze
trio-stella* (2008/12)
alvin lucier
twonings* (2006)

III


14 july

WAVES

 
walter zimmermann
die sorge geht über den fluss*
(1989-2001)
john mcguire
48 variations for two pianos* (1976-80)
seth josel, guitar, mandolin and banjo

ensemble we'd like to hear

apartment house:
mira benjamin, violin
anton lukoszevieze, cello
philip thomas, piano
aisha orazbayeva, violin
mark knoop, piano
roderick chadwick, piano
7:30 st mary at hill
venue

st mary at hill
lovat lane
london ec3r 8ee



nearest tube

monument (fish street hill exit)
bank (exit 5)
london bridge