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STEP 5: HOW TO GET BACKSTAGE (11 NOV 2016)

Last Friday night we were delighted to welcome Beat Furrer to conduct the UK premiere of his aural theatre masterpiece FAMA at St John’s Smith Square, where he was joined by actress Isabelle Menkes, soloist Eva Furrer on contrabass flute and the wonderful musicians of London Sinfonietta. Throughout the night we snapped some pics of the performance. Due to the success of the evening and what turned out to be a very busy and very full concert hall, we don’t have an abundance of ‘backstage’ photos but if you missed the live performance, you can certainly get a glimpse into the evening by taking a look at our gallery. More photos will be appearing on our instagram page throughout the week so make sure to follow us here.

STEP 5: HOW TO GET BACKSTAGE (SAT 15 OCT 2016)

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Last Saturday (Saturday 15 October 2016) was the first installation of our Turning Points series in association with Kings Place and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. The aim of the series is to establish a new-format of concerts which explores game-changing masterworks in music history. Audiences were encouraged to soak up the music of Stockhausen through listening, watching, reading and discussing.

Throughout the evening, we posted pictures of backstage, set-up and during the event over on our Instagram page. Check out the photos below or follow us now to see what we got upto!

STEP 5: HOW TO GET BACKSTAGE (THU 13 OCT 2016)

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Last night, in the beautiful setting of St John’s Smith Square, we performed wonderful music by four generations of Italian composers – Sciarrino, Berio, Terranova and Filidei. We were delighted that Daniela Terranova and Francesco Filidei could join us on the night for the respective UK premieres of their works.

It was also the inaugural night of Step 5 of our online guide about How to Listen to the 21st Century. We posted pictures live from behind the scenes (and on the scene!) over on our Instagram page. Throughout the season, you can get up close and personal with the London Sinfonietta by following us @london.sinfonietta.

Check out the photos below or follow us now to see how the evening unfolded.

 

 

 

 

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