Tabea Debus and Laefer Quartet - RESCHEDULED
Tuesday 9 February 2021, 8.00pm
|Phil Cashian (born 1963)||The Language of Birds (Commissioned by St John’s Smith Square for Tabea Debus, 2016)||5'||Tabea Debus|
|Anonymous (16th century)||La Monica or Une jeune fillette||5'||Tabea Debus|
|Charlotte Harding||Sub to Street, to Scraping the Sky||5'20||Laefer Quartet|
|William Marsey||Doctor||5'||Laefer Quartet|
|Anonymous (14th century||Lamento di Tristano & Rotta||4'||Tabea Debus|
|Gareth Moorcraft (born 1990)||New piece written for Tabea Debus in 2019||5'||Tabea Debus|
|Joel Love||In Memoriam (UK Premiere)||12'30||Laefer Quartet|
|Giles Swayne||Leapfrog||11'||Laefer Quartet|
|Anonymous||When Daphne did from Phoebus fly – with diminutions by Jacob van Eyck (c. 1590-1657)||5'||Tabea Debus|
|Freya Waley-Cohen (born 1989)||Caffeine for solo recorder (commissioned by Listenpony for Tabea Debus, 2019)||5'||Tabea Debus|
Top picture: Tabea Debus
Bottom picture: Laefer Quartet
Charismatic and virtuosic, Tabea Debus has given recorder music a major reboot, mixing baroque staples with athletic workouts from contemporary innovators. She’s joined by the feisty saxophones of the Laefer Quartet, whose eclectic mix includes several new commissions alongside lively reworkings of timeless classics.
All nightmusic performances take place in the intimate setting of St David’s Level 3 Lounge, with atmospheric lighting and spoken introductions from the performers to open up their musical worlds. Every event will be as informal as it is immersive, with plenty of opportunities to talk to the artists between sets. To get you going, we even include your first drink in the ticket price.
In association with:
| Standard Ticket
To include either a *draught beer, wine, soft drink or gin and tonic from the Level 3 Bar. (*Draught beer includes Carling, Brains Smooth and Stowford Press Cider)
|Friends of St David's Hall | Under 16s | Over 60s | Claimants | Disabled people plus one companion (to include a drink - please see above for list of drinks available)||£2 off|
|Students (excluding drink)||£3|
Plus an optional £1.50 postage fee.
For Hynt tickets, please contact Box Office on 07391 791934. Limited availability – please book early to avoid disappointment.