The London-based cello ensemble Tre Voci has recently had a chat with Resonance FM and shared some of their music live in the studio, including pieces from their upcoming performance at Union Chapel and excerpts from their release on nonclassical records, which will be launched on the same day.
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The British-Norwegian Cello Ensemble Tre Voci performs a repertoire ranging from transcriptions of medieval and renaissance vocal music to contemporary commissions. Members Torun Stavseng and Gregor Riddell tell us more about their London performance at Union Chapel, their collaboration with pianist and organist Kit Downes and their fascination with Gamelan music.
Bryn Harrison, a recipient of the prestigious Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Composers, has composed To Shadow, a new 35-minute piece work to be premiered in Union Chapel on 7 February by the unique combination of cello trio (Tre Voci), gamelan (Southbank Gamelan Players) and organ (Kit Downes). We interviewed him to find out more about his new composition, ahead of hearing it live in Islington's stunning octagonal Grade I-listed church.
Discover the dark background behind Langham Research Centre's new album Tape Works Vol. 1.
We have a look at what previous winners of Battle of the Bands have achieved and how winning Battle of the Bands has inspired them to promote new classical music.
We spoke to Colin Alexander, member of cello trio Tre Voci ahead of their performance of Orbits at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
We spoke to Freya Waley-Cohen, our Associate Composer who curated our latest gig in The Victoria, with performers Liam Byrne and The Hermes Experiment. She tells us why she chose the music you heard on 12 July.
In the 13 years that we have been working as part of the contemporary classical scene a lot has changed...
We sat down with our Executive Director, to chat about what what Nonclassical is all about and what you can expect from our live events...
...although there was still some of that.
Fresh out of sixth form, living in London with a year to go until university, I wanted to experience the current music industry from a different perspective. Marketing, as opposed to composing or performing.