Date: Mon 17th Sept, 2018
Venue: Kings Place, Hall Two
Built around two of Philip Venables most exciting chamber pieces (Illusions and numbers 91-95) this concert also features our first performance of Sarah Nemstov (Central Park / Manhattan), Lee Hyla’s raucous We Speak Etruscan (a piece that imagines a new (fake) language, spoken by a heavily amplified bass clarinet and baritone saxophone) and Helga Arias Parra’s meditative Incipit. Dwelling on memory and our shared histories, Helga’s piece expands from a quote of Pergolesi that is only heard properly in the dying moments of the work.
Date: Wed 11th April, 2018
Venue: Pakkahuone, Finland
Live BBC Radio 3 broadcast of Lee Hyla’s We Speak Etruscan from Kings Place, London. 17.09.18
In conjunction with Sonic Imperfections as part of the Telegraph Hill Festival
Date: Friday 18th March
Venue: St. Catherine’s Church
After giving the UK Premiere at the 2015 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, we’re bringing Lee Hyla’s masterwork My Life on the Plains to London on a fantastic evening of music shared with Gold Vox, Matthew Shaw, and Charles Hayward with Laura Cannell.
Date: Friday 20th November
Venue: Blending Shed at Bates Mill, Huddersfield
We are absolutely thrilled to make our HCMF debut with the wild and bizarre worlds of Jagoda Szmytka, Samantha Fernando & Lee Hyla. The concert includes UK premieres of Szmytka’s Game Boy and Empty Music, along with Hyla’s 30-minute retrospective My Life on the Plains. Samantha has created a new version of her piece Positive/Negative Space especially for this concert. All of the music is deeply personal & characterful, and the concert will be ‘guided’ by an audio tour created by Szmytka especially for the night.