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Sheffield Chamber Music Festival: Sheffield

Crucible Studio 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield

Festival Curator Helen Grime and Ensemble 360 pianist Tim Horton are joined by guests from the worlds of visual art and music to discuss the connections and themes linking these art forms, and the ways they are woven through Helen’s work and this Festival.

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival: Sheffield

Crucible Studio 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield

Watkins ‘Resurrection Of The Soldiers’, from Four Spencer Pieces
Grime Aviary Sketches (after Joseph Cornell)
Cage Nocturne for violin and piano
Suckling Visiones (after Goya)
Grime Whistler Miniatures
Bach Prelude & Fugue in E minor, BWV900
Chopin Nocturne

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival: Sheffield

Crucible Studio 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield

Schumann Marchenerzählungen
Clarke Prelude, Allegro and Pastorale
Grime To Sere The Summer Sky
Kurtág Homage à Robert Schumann

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival: Sheffield

Crucible Studio 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield

L. Boulanger Two Pieces for Violin and Piano
Debussy Piano Preludes No.s 4, 6 & 7, from Book 1
N. Boulanger Three Pieces for Cello and Piano
Sierra Butterflies Remember a Mountain
Ravel Sonata for Violin and Cello, M73

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival: Sheffield

Crucible Studio 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield

Britten Sinfonietta
Knussen … Upon One Note
Grime Seven Pierrot Miniatures
Slater The Light Blinds (RPS Composer 2021–22 Commission)
Brahms Serenade No. 1

Music in the Round: London

Wigmore Hall Wigmore Street, London

Izzy Gizmo (Schools Concert)

Best-selling children’s book, Izzy Gizmo, by Pip Jones and Sara Ogilvie, tells the enchanting story of an intrepid young inventor who puts her talents to work to rescue a crow that can’t fly. This brand-new family concert brings Izzy’s mechanical marvels and infectious creative spirit to life! Featuring original music including pots, pans, whistles and household items as well as orchestral instruments together with story-telling and visuals from the book, this concert is a great introduction to music for children. It’s full of wit, invention, songs and actions, and plenty of opportunities to join in.

Commissioned by Sheffield-based Music in the Round, the concert features music by Paul Rissmann, Music in the Round’s award-winning Composer-in-Residence, with illustrations from the book animated especially for the concert by Vic Craven. Children and their grown-ups are encouraged to participate in the concert by joining in with songs and actions taught by presenter Polly Ives at the beginning of the show.

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