Performances

 

2023

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January 7th – 7.45pm
St Mary’s Church, Luton "Harmony of the Worlds Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(UK) Satya Hinduja: Essence - 136.10 Hz,  conducted by David Murphy
 The Earth’s Primal Frequency
Beethoven: Symphony no 6
 (Pastoral Symphony)
April 21st – 7pm
Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo Steve Reich: Double Sextet Colin Currie Group
(Japan) Steve Reich: Traveler’s Prayer
Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians
April 22nd – 3pm
Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo Steve Reich: Double Sextet Colin Currie Group
(Japan) Steve Reich: Traveler’s Prayer
Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians
April 23rd – 8pm
Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians Ensemble Modern
 Hellerau, Dresden
(Germany)
October 5th – 7.30pm
David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center, Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, Emperor     New York Philharmonic
New York Steve Reich: Jacob’s Ladder  WORLD    conducted by Jaap van Zweden
(USA)  PREMIERE (Philharmonic Co-Commission    with Leif Ove Andsnes (piano)
 with Radio France, O/Modernt, BBC
 Proms, Casa da Música Porto, and Istanbul
 International Festival)
Schubert: Symphony in B minor, Unfinished
 
October 6th & 7th at 8pm
David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center, Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, Emperor     New York Philharmonic
New York Steve Reich: Jacob’s Ladder  WORLD    conducted by Jaap van Zweden
(USA)  PREMIERE (Philharmonic Co-Commission    with Leif Ove Andsnes (piano)
 with Radio France, O/Modernt, BBC
 Proms, Casa da Música Porto, and Istanbul
 International Festival)
Schubert: Symphony in B minor, Unfinished

2024

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February 6th – 8pm
Auditorium, Maison de la Radio et de la
Josephine Stephenson: In Time Like Air
Ensemble Intercontemporain
 Musique, Paris (commissioned by Radio France/EIC  -  conducted by George Jackson
(France)  WORLD PREMIÈRE) Héloïse Werner (soprano)
Steve Reich: Jacob’s Ladder  Hae-Sun Kang (violin)
 (co-commissioned by Radio France  -
  FRENCH PREMIÈRE)
   Interval
Héloïse Werner: close-ups (commissioned
by Radio France – WORLD PREMIÈRE)
Steve Reich: Reich/Richter
February 8th – 8pm
Studio 104, Maison de la Radio et de la
Guillaume Connesson: Kaléidoscope Colin Currie Group
 Musique, Paris  (commissioned by Radio France - WORLD
(France)  PREMIÈRE)
Steve Reich: Drumming
February 11th – 7pm
Queen Silvia Concert Hall,
Claude Debussy: Doctor Gradus ad  O/Modernt New Generation,
Stockholm  Parnassum from Children’s Corner   O/Modernt Chamber Orchestra,
(Sweden) Arnold Schönberg: Chamber Symphony  Lilla Akademiens Kammarorkester
 Op. 9  arr. Anton Webern Hugo Ticciati (violin/director)
Steve Reich: Jacob’s Ladder - SWEDISH Janne Thomsen (flute)
 PREMIÈRE Christoffer Sundqvist (clarinet)
   Interval Julian Arp (cello)
Osvaldo Golijov: Lullaby and Doina Natacha Kudritskaya (piano)
Boris Pigovat: Jewish Wedding
Aaron Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite
March 1st – 7pm
L’Auditori, Barcelona Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians Frames Percussion with lighting by
(Spain)  (coaching by Micaela Haslam)  Cube.bz
June 8th – 8pm
Süreyya Opera House, Istanbul W.A. Mozart: String Quartet no. 19 in C Borusan Quartet with members of
(Turkey)  major K465  Dissonance  Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic
INTERVAL  Orchestra conducted by
Philip Glass: String Quartet no. 2 Company  Sibil Arsenyan
Steve Reich: Jacob’s Ladder
 (co-commissioned by Istanbul Music
  Festival & Borusan Istanbul
  Philharmonic Orchestra)

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6 months ago
Synergy Vocals

So proud of this amazing team and we've had such a fantastic week - thank you Steve Reich, thank you New York Philharmonic and thank you New York! ... See MoreSee Less

So proud of this amazing team and weve had such a fantastic week - thank you Steve Reich, thank you New York Philharmonic and thank you New York!Image attachment

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Amazing!!!❤️❤️

Amazing, so well done.

Nice review from New York Times.
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I am so looking forward to hearing it.

6 months ago
Synergy Vocals

And another superb Steve Reich piece is born! The premiere of Jacob's Ladder last night went really well and got a fabulous reception from a packed-out David Geffen Hall. Steve is truly a legend! Huge thanks to this top team of singers, and congratulations to Tara Bungard on her first outing with Synergy Vocals - gorgeous singing. ... See MoreSee Less

And another superb Steve Reich piece is born! The premiere of Jacobs Ladder last night went really well and got a fabulous reception from a packed-out David Geffen Hall. Steve is truly a legend! Huge thanks to this top team of singers, and congratulations to Tara Bungard on her first outing with Synergy Vocals - gorgeous singing.

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How cool! Well done, guys!

🙏cannot wait to hear it!

6 months ago
Synergy Vocals

Happy Birthday, Steve Reich! - 87 years young and still as fit as a flea. How lovely to spend your birthday afternoon with you in Lincoln Center for the first outing of Jacob's Ladder (which, incidentally, I think is an absolute gem of a piece). Three performances in David Geffen Hall this week - all pretty well sold out! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Birthday, Steve Reich! - 87 years young and still as fit as a flea. How lovely to spend your birthday afternoon with you in Lincoln Center for the first outing of Jacobs Ladder (which, incidentally, I think is an absolute gem of a piece). Three performances in David Geffen Hall this week - all pretty well sold out!

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FAB! Please give Steve my love and birthday greetings! ❤️

Magnificent! X

6 months ago
Synergy Vocals

So happy to be back in New York, working with the incomparable New York Philharmonic for the 4th time (this time conducted by Jaap van Zweden). Berio's Sinfonia, Steven Mackey's epic Dreamhouse, Andriessen's Tao, and now a Steve Reich world premiere - Jacob's Ladder. What a privilege - and the weather is glorious! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope it all goes well tonight

Have a fab time and big success.... guaranteed methinks!

Fabulous!! So proud of you ❤️❤️xx