Tuesday 24 March 2020 5:00PM

Royal Academy of Music students Side by Side with members of the Nash Ensemble

Introduced by Gillian Moore CBE Director of Music, Southbank Centre

Duration

This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval

£5

Ticket bookings are subject to a £3 booking fee. This fee covers the whole booking and is not per ticket.

  • Royal Academy of Music students
  • Members of the Nash Ensemble

As a preface to the evening’s ‘Nash Inventions’ concert for Mark-Anthony Turnage’s 60th birthday year, members of the Nash Ensemble are joined by Royal Academy of Music students in a ‘Side by Side’ event. The programme includes Turnage’s incisive 2008 Five Processionals and the eloquent 1977 Cantata for oboe quartet by Turnage’s teacher and mentor Oliver Knussen, together with two specially written new works by RAM students.

    • Programme to include:
  • Oliver Knussen (1952-2018)
        • Cantata for oboe and string trio Op. 15
  • Mark-Anthony Turnage (b.1960)
        • 5 Processionals for piano, clarinet, violin and cello
    • Two newly-commissioned works by RAM Student Composers

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