Events

Our Future In Your Hands

Bold Tendencies 7th-10th Floors Multi-Storey Car Park, 95a Rye Lane, London

Anna joins the Multi-Story Orchestra and Choir for two concerts. Wityh music by the orchestra's composer, Kate Whitley, and poet Laura Attridge, Our Future In Your Hands was inspired by the seismic global youth movement against climate change, championed by Greta Thunberg. It is an epic piece imagining the world recovering from climate change and […]

£5 – £10

Our Future in Your Hands

Bold Tendencies 7th-10th Floors Multi-Storey Car Park, 95a Rye Lane, London

Anna joins the Multi-Story Orchestra and Choir for two concerts. Wityh music by the orchestra's composer, Kate Whitley, and poet Laura Attridge, Our Future In Your Hands was inspired by the seismic global youth movement against climate change, championed by Greta Thunberg. It is an epic piece imagining the world recovering from climate change and […]

£5 – £10

London Contemporary Orchestra: musikprotokoll, Graz

MUMUTH – György-Ligeti-Saal Lichtenfelsgasse 14, Graz

Anna joins the London Contemporary Orchestra in Graz, Austria. Functioning as a kind of laboratory, musikprotokoll invites the audience to embark on an exploratory journey to discover the latest developments and trends in music. Dedicated to contemporary and experimental music and intermedia activities, the programme features outstanding protagonists of current artistic trends and has throughout […]

€14 – €18

The Dante Project – ROH (guest principal clarinet)

Royal Opera House Bow Street, London

Anna joins the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House as guest principal clarinet for the Dante Project, 14th to 30th October 2021 Presented as part of the 700th anniversary celebrations of the poet’s death, Dante’s epic journey through the afterlife, The Divine Comedy, is realised in a major artistic collaboration between trailblazing forces of the […]

£7 – £90

Music x Museums: Science Museum Concert

Science Museum Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London

Anna joins conductor Oliver Zeffman and others for a concert at the Science Museum. Stephen Hawking’s scientific explorations delved into the nature of time itself and our perceptions of it. For composers, time is the medium through which their works are experienced by performers and audience alike. Bach’s fugues create coherence out of interlocking musical […]

£12 – £20