numbers 81–85; numbers 96–100

October 8, 2021

This is the catalogue page for numbers 81–85 and numbers 96–100 (published together). numbers 81–85 and numbers 96–100  were commissioned by the Festival d’Automne à Paris, Musica, festival international des musiques d’aujourd’hui de Strasbourg and Collectif Lovemusic. The first performance…

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A Photograph released on Hermes Experiment Album

September 2, 2021

A Photograph — a little piece I wrote last year for the Hermes Experiment with playwright Cordelia Lynn — will be appear on the group’s forthcoming album, SONG. The album is on Delphian Records, and will be released on 22nd…

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Portrait concerts at Musica Festival and Festival d’Automne announced

June 30, 2021

Musica Festival in Strasbourg has just announced its 2021 programme, and I’m delighted to say there will be a portrait concert of my work in the festival on 1st October. The concert will be performed by Lovemusic, with guest artists…

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‘A Photograph’ premieres at Oxford Lieder Festival

October 18, 2020

The outstanding contemporary music specialists, The Hermes Experiment, recently gave the world premiere of A Photograph, a new song that I wrote for them over the summer in collaboration with playwright Cordelia Lynn. The song was commissioned by Oxford Lieder…

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Video of numbers 76-80: tristan und isolde, from LSO St Luke’s

February 25, 2016

Text: Simon Howard Ligeti String Quartet Voices: Natalie Raybould, Lewis Bretherton, George Chambers, Ashley Mercer Recorded at LSO St Luke’s, 29th June 2013. Recording produced by Andrew Morgan Video by Mark Hermida With thanks to LSO St Luke’s, the Esmee…

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Video of Numbers 76–80 : tristan und isolde from Southbank Centre

November 13, 2012

Score and more info here Endymion and EXAUDI perform “numbers 76-80 : tristan und isolde” at the Southbank Centre on Monday 19th September 2011, conducted by James Weeks. The text is by Simon Howard. The piece was commissioned by Endymion…

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Fuck Forever, video from Tete-a-Tete festival

August 26, 2011

Fuck forever from Philip Venables on Vimeo. I’m delighted that my 3-minute Six Word Opera was premiered last week (11th and 12th August) at Riverside Studios in London, as part of the Tête-à-Tête Opera Festival.  It was performed by the…

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