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CONCERTS

26 Oct 2019

Kings Place

London Guitar Festival - Venus and the guitar

The concert ‘Venus, Women and the Guitar’ will take place at 3:15pm on Sunday 27th October at Kings Place and will feature music by Errollyn Wallen and Laura Snowden Guitar, two of the most prominent composers in modern guitar music.

The music will be performed by Tom Kerstens G Plus Ensemble, VIDA Guitar Quartet (with Amy Green), Eden Stell Guitar DuoMēla guitar quartet, Housden-Tarlton Duo, Kevin Daniel Cahill Flauguissimo Duo and Laura Snowden herself.

26 Oct 2019

Kings Place

London Guitar Festival - Panel discussion ‘Women and the guitar’

Led by Therese Wassily Saba as Panel chair.

29 Jun 2019

Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church

Echoes - Sabino De Bari's guitar works showcase

Sabino de Bari’s compositions explore the wide musical and technical possibility of the instruments within an intimate and communicative musical language. His music unleashes sounds, colours and timbres, evoking imaginative and attractive musical worlds. Shannon L Simon will perform 5 Enigmas - A suite that was written for her in 2017.

16 Jun 2019

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Masters Recital

El Polifemo de Oro - Reginald Smith Brindle

40 Chromogenic Colour Prints - Sean Clancy 

Canto for Guitar - John McCabe 

Serenade for Guitar and Percussion - Lou Harrison 

01 May 2019

Wigmore Hall

Wigmore Hall

Simon- Kyriakidis Guitar Duo 

Shannon-Latoyah Simon 

Stelios Kyriakidis 

Agua e Vinho - Egberto Gismonti 

Sevilla (Suite Espagnol op.47) - Isaac Albeniz

12 Jun 2018

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Masters Recital

Six Songs for Guitar - Howard Skempton

Fantasia X - Luis Milan

Ricercar II - Francesco da Milano

Ricercar LVII - Francesco Da Milano

Cello Suite no 1 BWV 1007 - Johann Sebastian Bach

23 May 2018

St Pancras Church

Lunchtime Recital – Natasha Agarwal, Georgia Morse & Shannon Latoyah Simon

Natasha Agarwal – soprano 
Georgia Morse – cello 
& Shannon Latoyah Simon – classical guitar

performing song cycles for voice and cello by Walker and Roe, and Bach’s Cello Suite no.1 BWV transcribed for guitar by Marcos Diaz

09 Mar 2018

St John's Smith Square

Stephen Montague's 75th Birthday

Anglo-American composer Stephen Montague celebrates his 75th birthday with concerts throughout the day on 9 March 2018. The day features Stephen’s piano concerto, London and world premieres, and a sound installation around St John’s Smith Square’s historic crypt.

The celebrations begin with a performance of Stephen’s joyously unique Horn Concerto for klaxon horn soloist and an orchestra of automobiles, taking place around Smith Square.

15 Feb 2018

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange - The Front Has A Back

The Front Has a Back is a dance/music project by dancer/choreographer Ellen van Schuylenburch, and composer Stephen Montague which explores John Cage’s chance procedures. The project is inspired by Gerhard Richter, who listened to Cage’s music while painting Cage (1)-(6).

Trinity Laban music and dance students will explore ideas of chance and control for three days leading up to The Front Has a Back. Experience the chaos and cacophony that ensues when these artists meet for the first time.

Observe the dancers rehearsing and going through their paces whilst the musicians set up their instruments. Films, books and drawings will be displayed around the space exploring the process of creating the event. The first and final performance works will be shared at 16.00, followed by a Q&A session.

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