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Feldman's for Samuel Beckett

Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall, London


Written shortly before the composer's death, Morton Feldman's expansive For Samuel Beckett is a meditatively shifting work, in which tiny differences between endless rhythmic and harmonic permutations suspend space and time.

A giant of American minimalism, Feldman's experiments with scale and entropy led him to an obsession with quietly powerful music: this evocative piece seems to appear from nowhere and float on elsewhere after is end. 

The Royal Academy of Music's talented Mason Ensemble will join our players side-by-side on stage to perform this mysterious and beautiful work.  

Programme includes: 
Morton Feldman  For Samuel Beckett 

Jack Sheen  Conductor
Royal Academy of Music Mason Ensemble
London Sinfonietta

This event is produced by the London Sinfonietta. The work of the London Sinfonietta is supported by Arts Council England. 

Refracted Sound is kindly supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation. 


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