2017/18 events programme
14 November, 4.30pm - Arts Centre Lecture Theatre
Special colloquium featuring guest presenters David Trippett, University of Cambridge: "An uncrossable Rubicon: Liszt's Sardanapale revisited” and Andrew McPherson, Queen Mary University of London discussing his work with music technology and composition.
8 December, 5pm, Djanogly Recital Hall (free entry but book your ticket here https://www.lakesidearts.org.uk/music/event/3656/xenia-pestova.html
NottFAR presents: Xenia Pestova, piano: “GOTHIC”
Pianist and University of Nottingham Director of Performance Xenia Pestova presents a varied and exciting solo programme of timeless classics and contemporary works. Music by Bach, Debussy and Scarlatti is juxtaposed with new pieces by living composers in a sparkling mosaic of styles and influences, showing us connections between past and present.
Music by Patricia Alessandrini, J.S. Bach, Ed Bennett, Leo Chadburn, Debussy, Richard Emsley, Heather Hindman, Annea Lockwood, Scarlatti and Arlene Sierra.
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/153970758522816/
Past events include:
- Simon Paterson Portrait Concerts (bass), Djanogly Recital Hall
- Shawn Mativetsky (tabla) and Xenia Pestova (keyboards), Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
- Re-composing the city: New scores for silent films, afternoon of talks and screenings
- Composers, including Peter Hill and Ed Bennett, discussing their music