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24/02/2017 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

£1.00 – £10.00

Durham Music Department Concert Room.

Oliver Christophe Leith – new work (commissioned by MUSICON)
Bernd Alois ZimmermannVier kurze Studien
Igor StravinskyTrois pièces pour quatuor à cordes
Morton FeldmanThree Voices

The first evening in “either end of the SCALE” features the amazing vocal phenomenon that is Lore Lixenberg, singing together with herself and herself in the breathtakingly beautiful hour of Morton Feldman’s Three Voices. Written for Joan LaBarbara in 1982, and based on the poem Wind by the American poet Frank O’Hara, the work is an elegy for absent friends. As the composer puts it: “One of my closest friends, the painter Philip Guston, had just died; Frank O’Hara had died several years before. I saw the piece with Joan in front and these two loudspeakers behind her. There is something kind of tombstoney about the look of loudspeakers. I thought of the piece as an exchange of the live voice with the dead ones – a mixture of the living and the dead”.

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Doors Open: 6:30 pm
Ticket Prices: Adults £10.00, Students £4.00, Under 18s £1.00
Music Durham Member Tickets: Music Durham Member discount not available
Ticket Availability:   Tickets will be sold via this page until midday on the day of the concert.
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7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
£1.00 – £10.00
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