News: May, 2008

sheepdip in Hoxton

Marvellous vocal trio juice will be performing sheepdip as part of their set for Nonclassical at the Macbeth pub in Hoxton on Wednesday 4 June. It should be a great night, with other acts including Laura Moody (amazing singer/cellist), Three and Easy Trio, and Richard Lannoy.

Tracing Lines to Australia

The excellent chamber ensemble The Fibonacci Sequence will perform Robert’s Tracing Lines for alto flute and cello at the Australian Chamber Music Festival in Townsville, Australia in July. The ACMF, an international chamber music festival held annually in July, features distinguished artists from around the world invited by the artistic director, Piers Lane. See for further details.

sheepdip at Nonclassical

juice perform sheepdip  from Robert Fokkens’s Words as part of their set for Nonclassical, a great night of new music at The Macbeth pub in Hoxton. See below for full details of the evening.

Nonclassical @ the MacBeth - Vocal Special
Wedneday 4th June from 8pm - 1am
Tickets £5 on the door or £4 booked in advance by emailing

The MacBeth
70 Hoxton St.
London N1 6LP
[nearest tube Old St]

Featuring The Juice Vocal Ensemble

Laura Moody (The Elysian Quartet) - Solo Voice & Cello
Theatrical & Experimental Song

The ’Three & Easy’ Trio - Soprano Voice, Guitar &, Keyboard
Classical and Contemporary songs

Richard Lannoy
World Premier of New Work for Tenor & Guitar

Guest DJ - Richard Lannoy, Bar-tok
Hosted by Resident DJ/Composer Gabriel Prokofiev

Be part of a new approach to classical music.
nonclassical: music that is classical & not classical; taking
inspiration from baroque, techno, grime, classical, avante garde;
presenting it informal & relevant situations.

The Fibonacci Sequence in Oxford

The ’dazzlingly good chamber ensemble’ (The Times) The Fibonacci Sequence performs a fascinating recital of music old and new at the Holywell Music Rooms in Oxford, including Tracing Lines for alto flute and cello.
Full Programme:

Haydn Trio in G major
for flute, cello and piano

Saint-Saëns Tarantella
for flute, clarinet and piano

Rebecca Clarke Prelude, Allegro and Pastorale
for clarinet and viola

Mozart Flute Quartet
for flute, violin, viola and cello


Robert Fokkens Tracing Lines for alto flute and cello

Ravel Duo for violin and cello

Karl Vine Café Concertino (1984)
for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello and piano

The Fibonacci Sequence

Jack Liebeck violin
Yuko Inoue viola
Kathron Sturrock piano
Ileana Ruhemann flute
Julian Farrell clarinet
Benjamin Hughes cello


Holywell Music Rooms, Holywell Street, Oxford

Thursday 01 May 2008 at 7:30 PM