Red Note: Noisy Nights Hybrid

Repertoire Specula Seculorum, by Fionn Power; Raindrops, by Thomas Sewell; Cerulean, by Alika Arnott; Autumn Bazaar, by Archie Wallace; The Brakes Are Off, by Peter Hughes; LP 816-60, by Viktor Seifert

As we move slowly but hopefully towards the return of live events, at Red Note we are excited to play together again with these outstanding musicians:

  • Ruth Morley – Flute,
  • Tony Moffat – Violin,
  • Robert Irvine – Cello.

Noisy Nights provide an outlet to hear emerging new musical ideas and voices. This first Noisy Nights Hybrid edition puts the focus on the talent of young school-age composers. Following call for scores, opening a challenge for composers still in high-school full time to write a short piece for flute, violin and cello, we are looking forward to presenting these 6 brand new compositions.

Tune in to the concert on our YouTube channel on Friday 9th October at 6PM and join us supporting this young generation in contemporary classical music.

Share and engage on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #NoisyNights

If you enjoy this and are in a position to do so, we hope you will consider making a donation to Help Musicians’ Coronavirus Financial Hardship Fund: Thank you!

Red Note is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner.

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