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Friday 10 February 2023, 8pm

James McVinnie Ensemble: Glassworks

James McVinnie Ensemble: Glassworks

Tickets from £10

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Programme

Philip Glass
Glassworks
Chris P Thompson
True Stories & Rational Numbers
Meredith Monk
Piano Songs

Running Time

1 hour 40 minutes

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Acclaimed keyboardist James McVinnie and his ensemble explore an eclectic range of music including Philip Glass' Glassworks.

James McVinnie Ensemble is a collective of virtuoso keyboardists dedicated to exploring work preoccupied with political themes by contemporary and emerging composers. The ensemble’s roots go back to 2017 with a performance at London’s Barbican Centre of Music in Twelve Parts by Philip Glass– the only performance in the piece’s history given by anyone other than the Philip Glass Ensemble.

The group launched in its current incarnation in 2021 with composer portraits of John Adams, Philip Glass & Gabriella Smith at Bold Tendencies. In November they gave the world premiere of Chris P Thompson’s True Stories & Rational Numbers and a new arrangement of Philip Glass’s seminal Glassworks to a capacity crowd at London’s Barbican Centre.

Shuttle Bus

Our free wheelchair accessible minibus service between Audley End Station and Saffron Hall will be in operation for this event.

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Age Guidance

This event is not recommended for children under 7 years old.

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