juice shall be performing a lovely a capella set with new pieces from Phillip Neil Martin, Lucy Mulgan and Rob Fokkens, plus some Meredith Monk and some juice classics.
The Loft is a salon/New York loft-style night in an amazing penthouse apartment in Crouch End run by composer/performer Jenni Roditi.There’ll also be a short support set from Jenni. Bring your own drinks and nibbley things if you want to, relax on the floor cushions, etc. Because it’s Jenni’s place you have to reserve a place over the phone on 020 8374 2758 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org otherwise you can’t get in! Then she sends you directions and how to get into her place.
The Loft, Crouch End, London
Free/Voluntary £6 door fee - Reservation obligatory
Saturday 19 May at 7.30pm
Harriet Mackenzie (violin) and Oliver Coates (cello) perform a more substantial version of Tracing Lines, along with more standard repertoire.
Iffley Music Society - concert at Iffley Church, a beautiful Norman building in Iffley, near Oxford.
5 May 2007, 7.30pm
Jill Richards, South Africa’s foremost exponent of contemporary piano music, presents a unique recital of South African piano music influenced by South African traditional musics, including Kevin Volans’s 6 Etudes and Robert Fokkens’s 9 Solitudes. This lunchtime concert is presented by Durham University.
Thursday 3 May at 1.10pm
Department of Music, Durham University, Palace Gree, Durham
juice feature in the York Spring Festival, performing new a cappella works - including Words by Robert Fokkens - and works for juice, electronics and visuals.
Thursday 3 May, 2007
Rymer Auditorium, York University, 8pm
Jill Richards, South Africa’s foremost exponent of contemporary piano music, presents a unique recital of South African piano music influenced by South African traditional musics, including Kevin Volans’s 6 Etudes, Michael Blake’s French Suite and Robert Fokkens’s 9 Solitudes.
The Warehouse, Theed Street, London (nearest Tube: Waterloo)
Tuesday 1 May at 8pm
Tickets: £10/£6 concessions