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October 2021

World Doctors’ Orchestra Featuring Evelyn Glennie

3 October
Apex, Charter Square
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 3FD United Kingdom
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Program Malcolm Arnold, A Grand, Grand Festival Overture Michael Daugherty, Dreamachine for Solo Percussion and Orchestra Arnold Bax, Tintagel, Tone Poem for Orchestra Edward Elgar, Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 36 "Enigma" World Doctors Orchestra Stefan Willich, conductor Evelyn Glennie, percussion The proceeds of the concert will be donated to Pathway - Healthcare for homeless people. The concert session is generously supported by The Doctors Laboratory (TDL).

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World Doctors’ Orchestra featuring Evelyn Glennie

4 October
Barbican Hall, Silk Street
London, London EC2Y 8DS United Kingdom
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Program Malcolm Arnold, A Grand, Grand Festival Overture Michael Daugherty, Dreamachine for Solo Percussion and Orchestra Arnold Bax, Tintagel, Tone Poem for Orchestra Edward Elgar, Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 36 "Enigma" World Doctors Orchestra Stefan Willich, conductor Evelyn Glennie, percussion The proceeds of the concert will be donated to Pathway - Healthcare for homeless people. The concert session is generously supported by The Doctors Laboratory (TDL).

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November 2021

The Language of Bells

4 November at 19:30 - 21:00
St Peter Mancroft, St Peter Mancroft Market Place,
Norwich, NR2 1QZ United Kingdom
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£10.00 – £30.00

Dame Evelyn Glennie Chelys Consort of Viols – Ibi Aziz, Jenny Bullock, Kate Conway, Alison Kinder & Sam Stadlen Emily Atkinson  soprano David Gould  countertenor Steven Harrold  tenor Robert Rice  baritone Opening bell strikes and chants   Jill Jarman Awakening part 1 and 2  Jill Jarman Prelude C.F.   Abel (1723-1787) Percussion feature (improvised) Magnificat   Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625) Suite of Dances   Anthony Holborne (1545-1602) 1) Pavana ‘Amoretta’; 2) Galliard; 3) Almain ‘The Fruit of Love’ Quick, Quick, Away!   Michael East (1580-1648) Alarm   Jill Jarman A Little…

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Music in Mind at Wimbledon International Music Festival

7 November at 11:00 - 19:00
Kings College School, Southside, Wimbledon Common
London, London SW19 4TT United Kingdom
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£25 – £75

Music in Mind In collaboration with the Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research Curated by Professor Adam Ockelford Session 1: Music & Autism 11:00-12:50pm John Lubbock conductor, founder of the Orchestra of St John’s Caitlin O'Shaughnessy music & autism researcher Derek Paravicini musical savant, performs a short jazz piano recital Session 2: Music & Deafness 2:15-4:00pm Michael Berkeley composer Dr Hannah Marsden music & deafness researcher Ann Rachlin founder of the Beethoven Fund for Deaf Children Dame Evelyn Glennie…

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