still point at Wigmore Hall

Orfea Duo: The Mobile ProjectOn Wednesday, 4 September, the Orfea Duo — Mea Wade (oboe) & Olivia Jageurs (harp) — will present a curious pro­gramme at London’s Wigmore Hall built around Heinz Holliger’s 1962 open-form work Mobile. This mod­ular and re­con­fig­ur­able work comes in 12 bits and it will be presented in­ter­mingled with 12 new matching mini­atures, in­cluding my (tiny) still point.

The con­cert is private, but I have two in­vit­a­tions to give away. Leave me a tweet @swithinbank or a com­ment below, and on Monday evening I’ll pick someone at random to go along.

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  1. Yu Su
    Posted Saturday, 31 August 2013 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

    Chris!! If I don’t get picked I still must see you! I will meet you after the con­cert or some­thing! But ser­i­ously I had no idea this was hap­pening, I am so happy for you and also for Olivia as it was only sev­eral months ago when we were talking and she said she wanted to pi­oneer new music for harp and oboe. And now you are here and have written this and I am so ex­cited and happy at the same time!!xxx

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