Our events for 2018 start with a concert given by The Duruflé Trio, comprising flute, viola and piano and is on Sunday June 17th 5.00pm at St Luke’s Church, Queen’s Park Road, Brighton. NMB composers will have submitted pieces to be included in their programme.
The second event is a memorial concert for Malcolm Lipkin, one of our original members, who died last year. This will take place on Saturday October 6th 3.00pm at St Anne’s Church, Lewes. Musicians within NMB will perform a selection of Malcolm’s works.
Our third event is Ellie Backshaw Violin & Viola & Ric Graebner Piano playing NMB music at the Friends Meeting House
October 30 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Our fourth event is a collaboration with CoMA (Contemporary Music for All) Sussex, an ensemble which includes musicians with a wide variety of abilities and who perform works using flexible instrumental and/or vocal line-ups.
This will take place on Saturday November 17th 3.00pm at Friends Meeting House, Brighton.
We are also in collaboration with the experimental clarinetist Luca Luciano to develop a project combining clarinet ( using extended techniques), dance, lighting and electronics. Dates and times tbc.
Our next concert, The Duruflé Trio play new music from New Music Brighton composers, C P E Bach, Arnold Bax
& William Alwyn
Terence Allbright | Interlude
William Alwyn | Flute and Piano Sonata
CPE Bach | Trio in A minor
Phil Baker | An Epiphany of Silence – Prelude
Arnold Bax | Legend for Viola and Piano
J C Clark | Trio brevissimo
Ric Graebner | Sphygmomania 111-76
Patrick Harrex | Invention – confused canon
John Hawkins | Romantique
John Petley | Pastorale from Sonata for flute and piano
Guy Richardson | Quest
Rosie Bowker flute
Henrietta Hill viola
Clare Simmonds piano
Tickets also available on the door.
Sun 17 June 2018 17:00
St Luke’s Church, Queen’s Park Road. Brighton, BN2 9ZB
Date: Saturday 28th October 2017, 5.00pm
Venue: St. Nicholas Church, Brighton (BN1 3LJ)
New Music Brighton in collaboration with Horsham Folk Club with funding from The Chalk Cliff Fund proudly present two concerts of music for eight part choir 3 folk singers with flute and violin on October 21st in Alfriston and November 11th, 2017 in Uckfield
The concert events include performances from members Horsham Folk Club representing a collaboration of traditional musicians and composers from classical backgrounds.
Eight new compositions and arrangements by NMB composers Phil Baker, Julian Broughton, Ric Graebner, Patrick Harrex, John Hawkins, Barry Mills, Guy Richardson and Clive Whitburn are based on Sussex folk music and literature, and will be performed by an eight voice choir either a cappella or with traditional instruments. The conductor for the performances will be Julian Broughton.
Folksong and you: workshop for all (free) 3.30
Horsham Folk Band in venue from 6:45