Kenneth Woods- A View From the Podium
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4th June 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: [email protected] What: ESO Digital Concert – Composer Portrait: Adrian Williams When: 7:30pm GMT Friday 11th June 2021 Where: www.eso.co.uk/composerportrait-adrianwilliams English Symphony Orchestra Continue “COMPOSER PORTRAIT” SERIES WITH PROGRAMME CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF ADRIAN WILLIAMS New virtual concert to premiere on 11 June with three major works The […]
Ken speaks to the legendary David Matthews, ESO “John McCabe Composer-in-Association” 2017-9 about his orchestration of the Elgar String Quartet, the art of arranging and orchestration, Mahler and his own music. The performance of the Elgar premieres on the 14th of May, 2021, and is available on ESO Digital here: Check out David’s Ninth Symphony […]
5th May 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: [email protected] What: ESO Digital Concert – Elgar String Quartet When: 7:30pm GMT Friday 14th May 2021 Where: www.eso.co.uk/elgar-reimagined-2 English Symphony Orchestra Continue “Elgar Reimagined” Project on 14 May Long hailed as the International Orchestra of Elgar Country, the English Symphony Orchestra, based in Elgar’s home […]
I once conducted a concert which started with Dvorak’s great orchestral triptych- Nature, Life and Love. It reminded me of what is wrong with classical music. Dvorak wrote the 3 parts of this work as a carefully interconnected whole- together, they form a sort of manifesto of his philosophical outlook. Readers may recognize the 3 […]
James Levine was not a great man with a single tragic flaw. He was an almost completely horrible person, with a single, tragic talent. Ever since I heard the news, I’ve had a voice on one shoulder screaming “don’t write about James Levine.” And on the other shoulder, another voice is saying “write about James […]
If you love Elgar, you’ll want to catch the English Symphony Orchestra’s Virtual Concert with Raphael Wallfisch, Elgar Re-Imagined. Available from the 19th of March here. This essay was commissioned by Erato for the recently released recording of these works by Renaud Capuçon, Simon Rattle, the London Symphony Orchestra and Stephen Hough. Only eight years […]