LS Academy 2012: Final Performance
Thursday, July 12, 2012 - 19:00


Platform Theatre, Central St Martins School of Arts



Programme to include:

Mark-Anthony Turnage Snapshots
Elliott Carter ASKO Concerto
Oliver Knussen Coursing
Oliver Knussen Two Organa
Larry Goves Trends in personal relationships (new commission)
Colin Matthews Night Rides

The London Sinfonietta Academy returns for its fourth annual week-long intensive course of rehearsals, masterclasses and workshops specialising in the performance of contemporary classical music. The course culminates with the players, led by conductor Elgar Howarth, showing off their newly-honed musical skills in this final performance at Central Saint Martin's new KX Platform Theatre.

The programme will incorporate London Sinfonietta core repertoire including Mark-Anthony Turnage's Snapshots and Oliver Knussen's Coursing alongside the more recent London Sinfonietta commission Night Rides by Colin Matthews, and a specifically-commissioned new work by Larry Goves.

This is a free event but places are limited. Please contact Annabel Marsland for further information.

The London Sinfonietta Academy 2012 are:

Holly Melia flute
Rosanna Ter Berg flute
Aisling Maguire oboe
Rebecca Millard oboe
Benjamin Mellefont clarinet
Adam Slater clarinet
Miriam Levenson bassoon
Joshua Asquith bassoon
Ian Dingle saxophone
Rebecca Alexander horn
Ian Wildsmith horn
Sarah Campbell trumpet
Rory Cartmell trombone
Raymond Hearne tuba
Liz Lamberton violin
Amy Tress violin
Glen Donelly viola
Rebecca Herman cello
Seung-Ri Jung cello
Thibault Back de Surany double bass
Sophie Roper double bass
Martino Panizza harp
Leanne Cody piano
Siwan Rhyspiano
Sam Wilson percussion
Sarah Cresswell percussion

The London Sinfonietta Academy is generously supported by the Britten-Pears Foundation, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Fenton Arts Trust, The Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation, Leo & Regina Hepner and the Musicians Benevolent Fund.

LS Academy 2012: Final Performance
Ticket Information

Free event, with limited places.

Thursday 12 July, 7pm
Venue Information
Platform Theatre, Central St Martins School of Arts
Handyside Street
Kings Cross
United Kingdom