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August 2017

World Premiere at Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music

4 August at 20:00
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, 307 Church Street
Santa Cruz, CA CA 95060 United States
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Evelyn joins Cabrillo Festival Orchestra to perform the World Premiere of Clarice Assad's Percussion Concerto at Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music 2017.       Ticket information to follow.

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‘Piece for Dance’ at King’s Cross Cubitt Sessions

13 August at 12:00
Lewis Cubitt Square, Handyside Street, Kings Cross
London, N1C 4UZ United Kingdom
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Evelyn Glennie, doing what she does best, performing James Keane’s ‘Piece for Dance’. Evelyn will bring her own percussive sound world to the public with her stimulating, highly energized, rhythmic, athletic performance of this brilliant technical piece. Throughout the residency Evelyn is asking the public to share their favourite sounds but now it is her turn to give something back. Using her very own inimitable style the date is a must for those who like to experience percussion at its best.

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‘Dreamachine’ with Aurora Symphony Orchestra – Swedish Premiere

20 August at 14:00
Kungliga Musikhögskolan (KMH), Valhallavägen 105
Stockholm, Sweden
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Evelyn joins Aurora Symphony Orchestra to give the Swedish premiere of Michael Daugherty's dynamic, thrilling experience, Dreamachine.   Michael Daugherty: Dreamachine Nazanin Aghakani: Conductor

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October 2017

Sounds of Science in Cambridge

8 October at 16:30
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 2 Wheeler St, Cambridge CB2 3QB United Kingdom + Google Map

Sounds of Science brings together history, knowledge, science, technology and the arts in one mesmerising single piece of music. In this unique collaboration, world history author Christopher Lloyd introduces 10 key moments in the history of science and the sounds used to represent them, before an extraordinary 21-minute soundscape written by composer Jill Jarman is performed by sound artist and musician Evelyn Glennie. This event is part of Cambridge Science Festival 2017.

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