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Best seats in the house for just £5 at London Chamber Orchestra's concert on Wednesday 7 November

Thursday 25 October 2012

Ian Pressland, Managing Director of the London Chamber Orchestra (LCO), extends a warm invitation for QM students to join them for just £5 for the best seats at their concert on Wednesday evening, 7 November at Cadogan Hall. Conducted by Christopher Warren-Green, the London Chamber Orchestra and celloist Pavel Gomziakov will play Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3, Shostakovich Cello Concerto No 1, Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 and Stravinsky Pulcinella Suite..

If you would like to attend, please contact Mercedes Malcomson by email mercedes@lco.co.ukor by calling 020 3397 1298. This generous invitation is limited, so please register early. Tickets usually cost between £15 and £28. LCO is a not-for-profit organisation.

More information about the LCO and the 2012/13 programme is on the website:www.lco.co.uk.

Inspired by Digital: LCO and QM’s joint project

QM is working closely with LCO on a project called 'LCO New: Explore project ‘Inspired by Digital', which is a study day, workshop and concert sequence that aims to forge new connections between composers, state-of-the-art technologies, performers, and listeners. The project, based at the People's Palace, celebrates the distinguished orchestra’s new residency at Queen Mary and is jointly led by QM’s world-leading Centre for Digital Music. A pump-priming grant from QM’s Centre for Public Engagement provides the seed funding for the events.

Young emerging composers will be introduced to the technologies and exposed to established composers’ responses to ‘inspired by’, stimulating their creative approach to composing music, and instigating new forms of musical expression, ways to conceptualise music, and listening experiences. These young composers will be invited to write short works using and integrating these technologies; selected compositions will be performed, recorded, and published by the LCO and C4DM. The study day, workshop, and concert are open to the public. 

Find out more

More about the projects funded by the Centre for Public Engagement is on Connect: connect.qmul.ac.uk/qmandyou/staff/items/item79142

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