a glance ahead
My 2017/18 season features performances of music by Georges Aperghis, John Croft, Morton Feldman, Yannis Kyriakides, Bernhard Lang,
Cassandra Miller, Rebecca Saunders, Claude Vivier and Jennifer Walshe.
Autumn highlights include the premiere in Birmingham Symphony Hall of a new piece by John Croft for voice and live electronics, and a
programme of Cassandra Miller, Peter Ablinger and Bernhard Lang with Mark Knoop at Klangspuren Festival in Schwaz; the Lang also takes us to the much-raved-about Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.
I return to Royaumont Abbey as performer and coach for two residencies. I also have performances in Clermont-Ferrand and Aberdeen of new works written by John de Simone and Stéphane Magnin.
Meanwhile, Three Voices continues its perambulatory global tour, with performances in Southampton and London. In January I will rejoin Klangforum Wien for a programme of Vivier and
I have a new recording hot off the press: Bernhard Lang's The Cold
Trip has just been released on Kairos, featuring Part 1 performed by Sarah Maria Sun and Aleph Guitar Quartet, and Part 2 (which I commissioned!) performed
by me and the wonderful, indefatigable Mark Knoop. There's also a special recording of Milton Babbitt's Philomel on its way, and some Finnissy has just hit the wax...
With EXAUDI, I'll be performing madrigalian programmes for Rainy Days in Luxembourg, Milano Musica and Fondazione Pietà de' Turchini in
In other news, I have just been appointed Chapel Artist-in-Residence at Oxford House in Bethnal Green. As part of my residency, I have just launched
eavesdropping, a series and a symposium dedicated to new music and held in the little wooden chapel up in the eaves of Oxford House. Read more here.
Juliet gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the PRS Foundation.