Friday 8th October 2021
Hallé St Peter's, Manchester
£13.50 early bird, £16 advance, £18.50 on the door, Students: £5 advance, £10 on the door (ex booking fee)
Tonight’s concert will last around 75 minutes with no interval, ending around 8.15pm
Adam Gorb - Kol Simcha Suite
Philip Rousiamanis - The Sun, the Moon and their lobster children World premiere
Nina Whiteman - The Galaxy Rotation Problem
Bofan Ma - vibrato/scratch lottery/vegetable soup World premiere
Tom Coult - Two Games and a Nocturne
Michael Betteridge - Grind World premiere
Tom Harrold - Dark Dance
Psappha launches its 30th-anniversary season with a typically adventurous programme celebrating the possibilities of new music – and the fearless brilliance of young British composers.
Three of tonight’s seven works are world premieres written by emerging Manchester-based composers for Psappha’s Composing For scheme: Michael Betteridge’s abrasive duet, Bofan Ma’s playful viola solo and Philip Rousiamanis’s haunted tale of a broken family. Three others were commissioned by the group in the last decade: Tom Coult’s hat-trick suite, Tom Harrold’s pulsating hoedown and Nina Whiteman’s journey through our universe and others. Adam Gorb’s Klezmer-inspired dance suite makes a thrilling introduction to Tim Williams’ final season as Psappha’s Artistic Director.
This event is managed by Psappha. For more information, please visit their website.
Seating will be unreserved.
Hallé St Peter’s
Performances at Hallé St Peter’s run in conjunction with Government guidelines for indoor events and are subject to our COVID Secure Risk assessment.
The Hallé Venues team have put a comprehensive set of systems in place to make the experience an enjoyable and Covid-secure one for all our guests.
If you’re feeling unwell, are presenting with Covid symptoms, or are self-isolating, please do not attend.
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In keeping with government expectations for performance venues, whilst on site, guests are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings for the duration of their visit, including during the performance and while passing through the common areas of the building. Face coverings are not required if you are exempt for medical reasons and may be removed to consume food and drinks purchased in the venue. Visitors are allowed to bring a small bottle of water with them to the venue but no other food or drink may be brought in and consumed on site.
If any guests present with Covid-19 symptoms whilst on site, they will be required to leave immediately (and receive a ticket refund).
Hand sanitiser will be available for use on site, and a frequent and thorough hygiene and cleaning system is in place.
If you have any concerns or questions at any time during the experience, please speak to a member of staff, who will be nearby and available at all times.