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Revisit Digital Noisy Nights on YouTube

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You can now revisit Digital Noisy Nights on our YouTube channel, four concerts showcasing emerging new musical ideas and voices.

During these social distancing times, Noisy Nights adapted and went digital, providing an outlet to hear emerging new musical ideas and voices together every Friday at 3PM for one month. After opening a challenge to composers by randomly assigning them an instrument to write a solo piece, Red Note musicians selected 20 compositions to perform online that you can enjoy from your own home. You can now revisit Digital Noisy Nights on our YouTube channel.

  • Ruth Morley – Flute,
  • Sasha Savaloni – Classical guitar,
  • Tom Hunter – Percussion,
  • Jackie Shave – Violin,
  • and Robert Irvine Cello.

Noisy Nights – 10 April
Robin Haigh Nasubi
Charles Gaskell The Moon Reaching Down to Touch The Reflection
Anna Claydon  Manichean
Pàdruig Morrison  Fragile Distance
Ronnie MacNiven Sentinel

Noisy Nights – 17 April
Michael Burslem Cello Idea
Dorian Kelly Way Home
Rylan Gleave  Unpitched Skin
Georgina MacDonell Finlayson  This is the River
Joshua Brown Capriccio Ricercare

Noisy Nights – 24 April
Carol J Jones Selkie
Florence Anna Maunders Black Ants/Red Ants
Stefano Paparozzi  A Chord Chart
Mauricio Cristales Armas Longing for Hope
Colin Johnson Grimpen Mire

Noisy Nights – 1 May (Special Young Composers)
Eliza Sinclair Kidd, To a Mouse
Fergus Butt,
The Goldfish Are Relentless
Neo Korths,
In The Shade Of Tangier
Isak Persson,
Kvadratiska Vattenvågor
Louis Opit,
Predatory Prelude

If you enjoyed this and are in a position to do so, we hope you will consider making a donation to Help Musicians’ Coronavirus Financial Hardship Fund: https://www.helpmusicians.org.uk/support-our-work/make-a-donation Thank you!

Stay tuned for further announcements about our weekly date Fridays at 3PM !

Red Note is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner.

31 May, 2020 - 0:00 to 23:59


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