Posts for July 2013

Kuniko Kato

Blog: Kuniko Plays Part And Reich

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Kuniko Kato has been described as ‘soloist who is recognized the world as one of the most gifted and significant per…


Blog: Staff Pick: Festival Finale

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I’ve been very fortunate to join the staff of Cheltenham Festivals during Festival season and to be given the opport…

Javanese Dancers

Blog: Gamelan

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On the 8th of July the Pittville Pump rooms ran a Gamelan ensemble concert. In contrast to the events that ran before …

Blog: Composer Academy

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As a composition student I was excited to be placed with the Composer academy 2013. As this was a piloted event I was …

Sarah Gabriel

Blog: La Voix Humaine

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of Francis Poulenc’s death, and the performance of “La Voix Humaine,” is on…

Phare de la Vieille

Blog: The Lighthouse Keepers

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The Lighthouse Keepers is a visual radio composition which uses the play Gardiens de phare written by Paul Autier and …


Blog: The Rite of Spring on Two Pianos

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The third day of volunteering kicked off to a lively start. Arriving at the Pitville Pump rooms at 8:00, we had little…

Belcea Quartet

Blog: The Belcea Quartet

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Our first day of hard work touched off from a lively performance from the Belcea Quartet, featuring Corina Belcea on f…

Noye's Fludde

Blog: Noye's Fludde

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On day one of our arrival at the festival, we were fortunate enough to be taken to the dress rehearsal of Noye’s Flu…

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