Another Solo Project!

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Friday 20th March, 7.30pm  £8/£6
Todmorden Town Hall

Brendan Ball 
Trumpet & Flugel Horn

Co-Principal trumpet with The Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and plays with 10/10 New Music Ensemble. He also performs as a duo with organist Ian Tracey and was the soloist for the immense music-theatre piece Treasured Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in 2012.  His concert will include World Premieres of new pieces by Nigel Clarke, Tim Jackson and Anthony Gustav Morris. The UK premiere of Ailis Ni Riain’s ‘A Trumpet Piece’ and the timeless classic by Tim Souster ‘The Transistor Radio of Saint Narcissus’.

The award winning David Pigott will be providing the live electronics, recorded music, recorded special effects and sound and technical engineering.


INTONE Installation101_2847
Paper sculpture-music-poetry
12-29th March 2015
Nicola Dale & Ailís Ní Ríain 
Todmorden Platform One Gallery
Thurs-Sun only.  11am-4.30pm. Free.

“Nicola Dale’s imaginative work puts her at the forefront of contemporary artists who re-imagine the role of the printed text.”

Nicola Dale has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Australia, America and Europe, including Manchester Art Gallery’s record-breaking national touring exhibition, The First Cut (Manchester, Nottingham & Southampton, 2012-2014), alongside internationally renowned artists Kara Walker, Andreas Kocks, Mia Pearlman and Rob Ryan amongst others.

Recorded Trumpet playing by Brendan Ball.

About brendanball

Professional Trumpeter: Soloist, Orchestra Player, Chamber Music, Contemporary Music & Education.
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