Wednesday, 8 October 2014


The vocal ensemble Exaudi, director James Weeks, is presenting Exposure2014 at the Bishopsgate Institute in London on 18 October 2014. The concert will showcase the work of contemporary composers many from a new generation of professional composers, at a pivotal moment in their careers. The concert is free and tickets are available in advance from Rob Johnson the group's manager ( 

The concert, which features four world premieres and one UK premiere, will include music by the  Canadian composer Michael Oesterle, Christian Wolff the American experimental composer who celebrates his 80th birthday this year, the young Irish composer Garett Sholdice, the Italian composer Stefano Gervasoni who was a protege of Luigi Nono, the Dutch percussionist Arnold Marinissen, the British composer Laurence Crane who studied with Nigel Osborne, the UK-based American composer Amber Priestley and the English composer Alex Hills who studied with Michael Finnissy. James Weeks will be talking to the composers Laurence Crane, Garrett Sholdice, Michael Oesterle and Stefano Gervasoni before each of their works.

Exaudi will also be performing a slightly different version of the Exposure2014 programme at Durham University on 29 November.

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