Many thanks to everyone who came to see The Pale Enchanted Gold on June 17, and especially to Tim, Charles and Alan for their engaging performance. The pdf of the concert programme can be downloaded here. We will make some recordings available in due course.
This article by Alexander Blustin first appeared in the Newsletter of the National Early Music Association (NEMA), Volume i/1 (January 2017) – reproduced by kind permission of the Editor. Do you ever have the feeling that you always play the same eight pieces? Have you explored the entire extant historical repertoire of your instrument …Continue reading “Beaks and Quills re-invented: a new repertoire for recorder quartet with harpsichord”
Many thanks to everyone who contributed to making CNM’s organ trail a success, especially the organists, churches and the many people who turned up to listen over the course of the day. We hope to make some recordings available on-line in due course.
On Saturday 13th July, Cutting Edge Brass – the culmination of Colchester New Music’s Spring 2013 call for scores and member submissions – was held in the Headgate Theatre, Colchester. The concert was a great success. Please visit the Cutting Edge Brass page to listen to pieces from the concert, and to find out moreContinue reading “Cutting Edge Brass – 13th July 2013”
Colchester New Music Presents Travelling Light, Blazing new trails SCAW with Chrissie Caulfield, 5 string acoustic and electric violin Following on from last years performances at the Headgate Theatre and Swinburne hall at the Colchester Institute, this year Scaw (Sarah WattsBass Clarinet and Antony Clare piano) are augmented with Chrissie Caulfield, an exponent of theContinue reading “Travelling Light, Blazing new trails: CNM creative music day 10th May 2012”