This Scottish folk-inspired concert features works by Sir James MacMillan and Peter Maxwell Davies, including the first live performance of MacMillan’s Hirta, an arrangement of a folk song from St Kilda. A new work by Robert Singer, the winner of Britten Sinfonia’s OPUS2018 competition for unpublished composers will also receive its world premiere, the composer having been mentored by James MacMillan.
You can support Robert’s new commission through Musically Gifted, our scheme to support contemporary music in a unique way, giving you the chance to receive signed scores, free tickets and meet the composer, amongst other exciting rewards. See Robert’s Musically Gifted page here.
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Organisation: Britten Sinfonia
Cost: 1 note
Date: 22nd March 2019
How to join: Booking required
Location: St Andrews Hall, St Andrews Hall Plain, Norwich