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St Paul's Hall, Huddersfield
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£17 (£14 concessions / online)
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hcmf// Dillon

hcmf//’s 40th edition opens with a co-commission from long-time Huddersfield collaborator James Dillon, written for Scotland’s foremost new music ensemble, Red Note. Paired here with the UK premiere of two recent works by young Swiss composer Stephanie Haensler and two works for solo electric guitar – written almost 40 years apart but closely related – by Morton Feldman and Christian Wolff, this world premiere of Dillon’s latest work is a continuation of his relationship with Red Note Ensemble following their critically acclaimed performance of his New York Trilogy at hcmf// 2013. Produced by hcmf// supported by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

Red Note Ensemble:
Jacqueline Shave violin
Romaine Bolinger violin*
Robert Irvine cello
Stephen Gutman piano
Lora-Evelin Vakova-Tarara piano*
Ruth Morley flute
Tim Lines clarinet
Nikita Naumov double bass
Tom Hunter percussion
Ida Løvli Hidle accordion
Geoffrey Paterson conductor
Wiek Hijmans electric guitar
*Stephanie Haensler ganz nah

Programme:
Stephanie Haensler ganz nah UK Premiere
Stephanie Haensler Im Begriffe UK Premiere
Morton Feldmen Possibility of a New Work for Electric Guitar
Christian Wolff Another Possibility
James Dillon Tanz/haus : triptych 2017 World Premiere

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