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February 2020

Trio HLK and Evelyn Glennie

11 February
Fasching Stockholm, Sweden + Google Map

Pioneering solo percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie plays with Trio HLK. The Scottish improvising ensemble comprises Richard Harrold (piano and composer), Ant Law (guitar) and Richard Kass (drums). Their music pulls apart jazz standards into fragments that are at times shimmering and cerebral, at others thunderous and visceral. Intricate and harmonious rhythms meet with a veritable battery of percussion instruments played by Glennie to deliver a performance that is an interactive tour de force. For ticket information, please visit here

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Trio HLK and Evelyn Glennie

12 February
Pärnu Concert Hall, Aida 4
Pärnu, Pärnu maakond 80011 Estonia
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€20

Pioneering solo percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie plays with Trio HLK. The Scottish improvising ensemble comprises Richard Harrold (piano and composer), Ant Law (guitar) and Richard Kass (drums). Their music pulls apart jazz standards into fragments that are at times shimmering and cerebral, at others thunderous and visceral. Intricate and harmonious rhythms meet with a veritable battery of percussion instruments played by Glennie to deliver a performance that is an interactive tour de force.

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Trio HLK and Evelyn Glennie

13 February
Estonia Kontserdisaal, Estonia puiestee 4
Tallinn, 10143 Estonia
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€20

Pioneering solo percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie plays with Trio HLK. The Scottish improvising ensemble comprises Richard Harrold (piano and composer), Ant Law (guitar) and Richard Kass (drums). Their music pulls apart jazz standards into fragments that are at times shimmering and cerebral, at others thunderous and visceral. Intricate and harmonious rhythms meet with a veritable battery of percussion instruments played by Glennie to deliver a performance that is an interactive tour de force.

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Trio HLK and Evelyn Glennie

14 February
Vanemuine Theater, Vanemuise 6
Tartu, Estonia
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€20

Pioneering solo percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie plays with Trio HLK. The Scottish improvising ensemble comprises Richard Harrold (piano and composer), Ant Law (guitar) and Richard Kass (drums). Their music pulls apart jazz standards into fragments that are at times shimmering and cerebral, at others thunderous and visceral. Intricate and harmonious rhythms meet with a veritable battery of percussion instruments played by Glennie to deliver a performance that is an interactive tour de force.

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Concerts in Austria

24 February - 25 February
Austria, Sparkassenplatz 1
Graz, 8010 Austria
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Join Evelyn on the 24th and 25th of February 2020 for concerts in Austria. Performing Tan Dun’s Water Concerto. Fire is provided by Richard Wagner (among others) with the finale from his Walküre. Keeping the elements in balance, Mei-Ann Chen on the podium. Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 59 in A major, “Fire” Richard Wagner: Wotans farewell and fire music, from “The Valkyrie” Johannes Brahms: Hungarioan Danve No. 5 in C major (arr. Parlow) Tan Dun: Water Concerto for water percussion…

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March 2020

Trio HLK and Dame Evelyn Glennie: Chiltern Arts Festival

4 March
St. Mary’s Church, St Mary's Church
Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 2AU United Kingdom
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£20

This unique collaboration concert sees pioneering Scottish ensemble Trio HLK team up with the world’s premier solo percussionist, Dame Evelyn Glennie. HLK’s music heavily deconstructs and reconstructs jazz standards, creating intricate new pieces with complex frameworks for improvisation. Their pieces are strewn with rhythmic and harmonic tricks, and their performances deliver an explosive interactive tour de force that distorts the meeting point of the composed and the improvised. Ticket information available here: https://chilternarts.com/event/evelyn-glennie-trio-hlk-henley/

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Dame Evelyn Glennie In Conversation with Katy Hamilton

4 March
St Mary’s Church Henley-on-Thames, RG9 2AU United Kingdom + Google Map
£5

At 6:30pm on the 4th of March 2020, join Evelyn for an in-conversation event with meditator Katy Hamilton. For ticket information, please visit here. Dame Evelyn Glennie is the first person in history to successfully create and sustain a full-time career as a solo percussionist, performing worldwide with the greatest conductors, orchestras, and artists. The Grammy award-winning percussionist, profoundly deaf from the age of 12 and who has honed her awareness of sound to such a degree that she describes…

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Candlelit Lute: Matthew Wadsworth & Dame Evelyn Glennie

5 March
Church of St. Peter and St. Paul Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire HP16 0BA United Kingdom + Google Map
£20

Including music from Dowland, Philip Rosseter and Robert Johnson, Matthew Wadsworth offers a haven from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with an intimate solo programme. He is joined by Dame Evelyn Glennie as the two musicians present the world premiere of a new Chiltern Arts commission for theorbo and marimba by Stephen Goss – the same composer who worked with Matthew to write the first-ever Theorbo Concerto.   The concert will be preceded by a pre-concert talk. Tickets available separately.

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April 2020

Surround Sound Music Festival – A Conversation with Evelyn Glennie

4 April
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts, 1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931 United States
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Surround Sound Music Festival - A festival celebrating cultural diversity and encouraging listening in new ways, featuring Audiopharmacy, a Native American hip hop/reggae fusion band from the Bay Area; Vieux Farka Touré, a traditional guitarist and singer from Mali; and keynote speaker Evelyn Glennie, a virtuoso percussionist and TED speaker.   Ticket information is available here

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Evelyn Glennie’s Percussion

8 April - 9 April
1 Elgin Street Ottawa Canada, 1 Elgin Street
Ottawa, Canada
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£31

Conductor | Alexander Shelley Percussion | Evelyn Glennie From its exhilarating opening notes, Johannes Brahms’s Symphony No. 3 cemented his reputation as one of the three great Bs of music, alongside J.S. Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven. Deeply romantic and lyrical, Brahms’s third symphony illustrates his mastery of both tradition and innovation. Listen for the subtle nod to Canada’s national anthem in Launch!, a brief, sparkling fanfare from JUNO Award-winning composer Vivian Fung. Swirling woodwinds, strings, and brass make way for a fantastic…

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