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Errollyn Wallen

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – PLUG Festival with Errollyn Wallen

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland , 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB

Hebrides Ensemble returns to PLUG – the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s annual jamboree of new works by student composers. Always a joy to discover emerging voices, this programme features the winners of the prestigious Walter & Dinah Wolfe Prize.

All the composers featured were mentored on their pieces by the one and only Errollyn Wallen, whose ‘Music for Tigers’ rounds out the programme.

We are delighted to be joined once again by the remarkable soprano Stephanie Lamprea for this concert of fresh discoveries and new adventures!

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Programme:

Errollyn WallenMusic for Tigers (for piano quintet)

 

David Ford – That Nothing Sees (for soprano + piano quartet)  first performance

Walter & Dinah Wolfe Winner

 

Seyoung Oh – Eva Speaks (for soprano + piano quartet)  first performance

Walter & Dinah Wolfe runner-up

 

Tyler Zwink – Honeymoon (for piano quintet)  first performance

 

Junqi Wan – 33 (for viola + piano)  first performance

 

Kassia Bailey – New Work (for violin + piano)    first performance

 


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