GUARANTEED to be exciting and innovative, Grand Band New York perform classics from Reich, Lang and Glass at St David’s Hall on Tuesday 23 May at 8pm.
Featuring six grand pianos and six virtuoso pianists, Grand Band champion new music from today’s composers, ranging through classical and pop-crossover to post-minimal.
In addition to the World Premiere of Philip Glass’ Closing, David Lang’s Face So Pale and Steve Reich’s frenetic Six Pianos, there’s also a Chopin World Premiere from Ben Wallace and music from Wales by John Metcalf with Never Odd or Even.
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|Paul Kerekes||Wither and Bloom||14′|
|Ben Wallace||World Première|
Fryderyk Chopin’s Psychedelic Technicolor ‘lectro-Funk-Core Superstarlit Ultra-Throwdown on Op 28 No 4
|David Lang||Face So Pale||10′|
|John Metcalf||Never Odd or Even||5′|
|Steve Reich||Six Pianos||20′|
In association with the Vale of Glamorgan Festival
|Standard Price (all seats)||£16.50|
|Children Under 16||£14.50|
|Friends of St David’s Hall | Claimants||£14.50|
|Students (early booking discount does not apply)|
Student ID must be produced on collection of tickets
|Disabled people plus one companion | Wheelchair users plus one companion||£14.50 each ticket|
This concert is not part of the International Concert Series packages.
To book your seats, please visit www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk or call the Box Office on 029 2087 8444