The work is made up of six contrasting songs based on a the six verses of Shelley's poem. 'I bring fresh showers', 'I sift the snow', 'The sanguine sunrise', 'That orbed maiden', 'I bind the sun's throne' and 'I am the daughter'.
22 February 2015, 18:00, Atelier Marcel Hastir, 51, Rue du Commerce, 1000 Bruxelles (Trone metro).
Tickets 14 Euros (7 Euros for children under 12): tickets can be reserved through the Atelier Marcel Hastir website here.
The programme is a survey of British music from the last 500 years, with five different centuries represented. Among the programme are some Haydn songs in English, classic songs from Purcell and Vaughan Williams and lesser known contributions from Parry and Quilter.
8 May 2015, 13:15-14:00, Victoria Rooms, University of Bristol, Queen's Road, Clifton, Bristol
Free entry. Part of the University of Bristol's lunchtime concert series.
The UK premiere of The Cloud is given in a concert which also features compositions by student composers from the University of Bristol.Copyright Alan Charlton 2014 all rights reserved