New music for early instruments at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas 2019

Four works by CNM composers were included in a performance of old and new music for early instruments at Fitzwilliam College Auditorium on 15 Oct 2019 as part of Cambridge University’s Festival of Ideas. Works for recorder quartet with harpsichord by Jenni Pinnock, Peter Thorne and Stephen Watkins were performed by the Maestral Ensemble withContinue reading “New music for early instruments at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas 2019”

Upcoming concert: Music of Starrs and Skies

On Saturday 11th May, several CNM members will have their music premiered by harpischordist Sara Stowe at her Music of Starrs and Skies concert. Premieres of music by Philip Joy, Peter Thorne, Laurence Glazier and Jenni Pinnock will be performed alongside a varied programme of music including other newly commissioned works. The concert will beContinue reading “Upcoming concert: Music of Starrs and Skies”

Piano Project 2018: An afternoon of new music

Piano Project 2018 is the third Piano Project event run by Dylan Christopher and Colchester New Music. For each event, composers have been invited to submit scores for aspirant pianists – between the levels of grade 1 and grade 5, and no longer than 5 minutes in length – to be considered for the project.Continue reading “Piano Project 2018: An afternoon of new music”

Piano Project 2018 – Details announced

Colchester New Music’s Piano Project 2018 concert in association with EPTA Essex will be at 3pm on Saturday 9th June at Christchurch United Reform Church, Chelmsford, CM2 0AW. Teachers and students will be performing new music for aspirant pianists selected from Colchester New Music’s call for scores at the end of 2017. For details ofContinue reading “Piano Project 2018 – Details announced”

Photos from two harpsichords concert

A big thankyou to everyone who contributed to the 28 April 2018 two harpsichords concert: the performers, the composers, our hosts Daniela Bechly and the Pimlott Foundation, Liz Leatherdale for all her help with publicity, and last but not least all the audience members who made it out to Great Horkesley on a rainy day!