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After Hours: Richard Uttley and Kate Whitley

Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall, Theatre Square, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 5ND
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Friday 3 May 2019 | 9.45pm
Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall
Tickets: £4 or FREE for CBSO concert ticket holers


Winners of the Mikhasoff Trust Pianist/Composer Commissioning Project Award in January 2018, acclaimed British pianist, Richard Uttley and composer and pianist Kate Whitley present a new work to begin our final After Hours concert of the season. This is followed by Eric Satie's score for René Clair's classic 1924 surrealist film, Entr'acte, performed here in Darius Milhaud's arrangement for piano duet, with added prepared piano elements inspired by the ideas of John Cage and Alexei Lubimov, together with a screening of the film.

This event follows an earlier concert with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO). For more details click here. Tickets are FREE to those attending the CBSO concert beforehand.

Please note: The start time may vary depending on the finishing time of the earlier concert.
 

Richard Uttley and Kate Whitley (piano)

Kate Whitley New work
Erik Satie (arr. Milhaud) Cinéma (for prepared piano and two players)

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After Hours: Richard Uttley and Kate Whitley (3 May 2019)

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