TURNING POINTS: THE EMERGENCE OF MINIMALISM
Foyle Foundation New Music Network
Warwick | Cardiff | Wiltshire | Southampton | London
From experimental beginnings in California and New York loft and gallery spaces to its role as a mainstay of contemporary music, the London Sinfonietta’s latest Turning Points concert focuses on works by three of Minimalism’s greatest early exponents: Steve Reich, Philip Glass and Terry Riley.
Part of the Foyle Foundation New Music Network.
13 October–5 November 2019
Touring dates include
Warwick Arts Centre Sunday 13 October 2019
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Friday 1 November 2019
Wiltshire Music Centre Sunday 3 November 2019 (family concert only)
Turner Sims Southampton Tuesday 5 November 2019
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre Dates to be announced
Steve Reich Pendulum Music
Steve Reich My Name Is
Steve Reich Violin Phase
Philip Glass Knee Play No.2 from Einstein on the Beach
Philip Glass 1+1
Philip Glass Music in Similar Motion
Jonathan Morton violin
Sound Intermedia sound projection
Sophie Motley stage designer
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