Inspired by Darwin’s The Origin of Species, Julian Anderson’s The Comedy of Change is a seven-movement exploration of changes, contrasts and development, while Benedict Mason’s Nodding Trilliums and Curve-Lined Angles is a joyous, extravagant quadruple percussion concerto.
Mason’s new piece is very much an unknown quantity and, if recent pieces are a guide, surprises are to be expected.
Breathtaking… the new piece by Benedict Mason overturned all preconceptions of what a new piece should be.
Benedict Mason: Nodding Trilliums & Curve-Lined Angles (BCMG commission 1990)
Julian Anderson: The Comedy of Change
Benedict Mason: Horns Strings and Harmony (World premiere / BCMG Sound Investment commission)
Tickets: £24 / £18 / £12 Under 27s half price
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Aldeburgh Music’s Box Offices are on Aldeburgh High Street (open Monday to Saturday, 10am–1pm and 2pm–4.30pm) and at Snape Maltings Concert Hall (open Monday to Saturday, 10am–4.30pm and two hours prior to concerts at Snape).
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