Ensemble 10 10 Manoj Kamp

Ensemble 10:10

Genre
Classical

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Student/Under 25's/Benefits Recipient: £9.00

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Phoenix Rousiamanis New work (world premiere commissioned by Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society)
Elliott Carter Instances
Knussen Ophelia Dances, Book 1
Berio Rendering
Manoj Kamps conductor
Liverpool Philharmonic

Inspired by unfinished symphonic sketches by Schubert, Luciano Berio decided to “cement the gaps” with his own musical reflections and restorations and created a 20th century classic. Oliver Knussen, inspired by Shakespeare’s Ophelia chanting “snatches of old tunes”, snatched snippets of Schumannand Debussy for his highly compressed set of dances. In the 21st century Elliott Carter’s last orchestral piece, a “series of short interrelated episodes”, is an often lyrical and moving farewell to life, whilst a similar dark beauty occupies the genre defying music of North West based Phoenix Rousiamanis.

Manoj Kamps makes their debut with Ensemble 10:10.

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Ensemble 10:10 is Liverpool Philharmonic’s contemporary music ensemble. It celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2022, at the same time it became resident here at The Tung Auditorium.

The ensemble is central to Liverpool Philharmonic’s commitment to new writing, and, in particular, supporting composers from and associated with Liverpool and the North West region. The group is integrated into the regular Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert series and the flexibility of its ensemble allows it to bring the widest range of new music and great modern classics to its audiences here in Liverpool and around the UK.

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Concessions for Liverpool Philharmonic concerts at The Tung Auditorium: under-25s, students and those in receipt of Universal Credit or Jobseekers’ Allowance can purchase tickets for the concessionary price of £9, subject to availability.

A booking fee of 8% will apply to purchases made by telephone or online.

This performance is not likely to be suitable for children under 5 due to the acoustics in the auditorium. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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