|Friday 31st May
ERTA website uk: www.erta.org.uk
More information coming soon!
|Tuesday 11th June
||Spitalfields Music Summer Festival - REPLICA world premiere|
Venue: Rich Mix
Time: 7pm-8pm and 8.30pm-9.30pm
Edward Jessen composer
REPLICA world premiere
Three dialogues. Three moments of spaciousness.
Intimate dialogues from three literary sensations provide the starting point for REPLICA, Edward Jessen’s visually sumptuous experimental music-theatre work for recorder quintet Consortium5 and the voices of tenor John Potter and soprano Peyee Chen. Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient, Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr Ripley and Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain, all of which became international cinematic successes for the late film director Anthony Minghella, each feature delicate, transcendent moments where seemingly simple actions and words expose the complex frailty and emotional resilience of human nature. REPLICA unfurls these theatrically-rich layers in a stunning aural and visual realisation.
With permission from the Minghella Estate, and co-operation with Charles Frazier (ICM Partners, NY); Michael Ondaatje (Susan Schulman Literary Agency, NY) and the Patricia Highsmith Estate (Diogenes Verlag AG, Zürich)
Supported by PRS for
Music Foundation and Arts Council England
For more information and tickets go to:http://www.spitalfieldsmusic.org.uk/whats-on/summer-festival-2013/replica/
|Sunday 16th June
||The Wilding Festival
Consortium5 premiere 3 new commissions by Roxanna Panufnik, Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian and Litha and Effy Efthymiou as part of The Wilding Festival which will mark the 100th anniversary of the death of suffragette, Emily Wilding Davison.
Exploring both the life and death of this passionate suffragette, C5 contrast new works from female composers of the present day with that of women in the Renaissance period including works by Raphaela Aleotta, a nun from the San Vito convent in Italy, Maddalena Casulana, an Italian lutenist and one of the the first female composer to have music printed and last but not least the infamous Anne Boleyn.
The concert takes place on the site on Emily Davison's dramatic memorial service 100 years ago for which 6000 women dressed in white and processed with her coffin through the streets of London in what was to be one of the last major suffragette demonstrations before the outbreak of WW1.
This concert will also include the fantastic Folie a Deux Femme, led by clarinetist Charlotte Webber, including works by Hollie HArding and Jesse Bescoby.
Venue: St George's Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Way, London
Tickets: £10 - To go on sale on the 7th May. See www.thewildingfestival.co.uk
This event is generously supported by the PRSF Women Make Music Fund and the RVW Trust.
The Wilding Festival is a multi arts festival which runs from the 13th -16th June. For more information check out the festival website: www.thewildingfestival.co.uk
|Saturday 22nd June
The Colourscape Festival welcomes back Consortium5 to theit beautiful colourful tent. Come and explore and experience both our early end contemporary repertoire in whole new light.
|Tuesday 26th February||Bad Luck Birds Schools Concert, St George's
Hanover Square, London.
|Saturday 19th January 2013
||Platform 33, The Nursery Theatre, London.|
|Saturday 8th December 2012
||Conosrtium5 By Candlelight, St George's
|Saturday 20th October 2012||Stoke Newington
Contemporary Music Festival, London.
|Thursday 11th October 2012||Kerry Andrews' Curated
Season 2: Consortium5 feat. You Are Wolf, Handel House,
|Sunday 23rd September 2012||Sunday Recital Series, St
George's Church Bloomsbury, London.
|Wednesday 12th September 2012||E17 Art Trail, Walthamstow,
|Sunday 19th August 2012||Colourscape Festival Bath|
|Friday 20th July 2012||Nonclassical Club Night
|Sunday 27th May 2012||Pentecost Service, St
George's Church Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Way, London.
|Thursday 24th May 2012||Bury St Edmunds Festival Evening Concert, Unitarian Meeting House, Churchgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.|
|Wednesday 23rd May 2012||Newbury Spring Festival, Corn Exchange, Newbury.|
|Monday 14th May 2012||London Festival of Contemporary Church Music Lunchtime Concert, World Premiere, Pentecost Commission by Robert Fokkens, St George's Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Way, London.|
|Thursday 10th May 2012||York Spring Festival of New
Music, with vocal trio, Juice. Jack Lyons Concert Hall,
University of York.
|Wednesday 18th April 2012||St George's Bloomsbury
Schools Concerts supported by the Walter Bergmann Fund.
|Sunday 1st April 2012||Workshop and Lunchtime Concert, St George's Bristol.|
|Wednesday 28th March 2012||Schools Concerts on behalf
of the Newbury Spring Festival.
|Thursday 2nd February 2012||Nonclassical Club Night,
The Troy Bar, 10 Hoxton Street, London.
|Friday 9th December 2011||Consortium5 By Candlelight,
St George's Church London.
|Saturday 15th October 2011||Little Missenden Festival, Buckinghamshire.|
|Tuesday 27th September 2011||Evening CoSpring Fncert, St George's Bloomsbury, London.|
|Sunday 25th September 2011||Sunday Morning Concert,
Part of the 'Coffee and Keys' series at The Forge, Camden,
|Sunday 18th September 2011||Colourscape Festival, Clapham Common, London|
|Friday 22nd July 2011||Performance on the
Nonclassical @ Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
|Tuesday 19th July 2011||Private event in collaboration with Ensemble Amorpha, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London|
|Tuesday 12th July 2011||Evening Concert, 'Hidden Voices The words behind
the music and the music behind the words St
|Wednesday 15th June 2011||Nonclassical Lunchtime
Concert at the Spitalfields Festival, London
|Saturday 28th May 2011||Recorder Day With Consortium5, A day of masterclasses, ensemble coaching, improvisation and technique workshops.|
|Wednesday 6th April 2011||'A Stratagem for Light' by Luke Styles in a special reworking for recorders only. St James, Piccadilly.|
|Tuesday 5th April 2011
||Consortium5 appear live on
In Tune, BBC radio 3.
|Saturday 29th January 2011||World Premiere Evening
Concert, A Stratagem for Light by Luke Styles and Jacob Sam La Rose in
collaboration with the vocal trio Juice.
Grosvenor Chapel, London
This performnce was made possible by the support of the PRS for Music Foundation, the RVW Trust and the Britten-Pears Foundation.
|Monday 17th January 2011||'Tangled Pipes' Album
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
|Monday 20th December 2010||Consortium5 by Candlelight.
St George's Bloomsbury, London
|Tuesday 7th December 2010||The Forge, 3-7 Delancey Street, London, NW1 7NL|
|Thursday 18th November 2010||Sampler Festival, Consortium5 support 'Being Dufay' at The Albany in Lewisham.|
|Sunday 17th October 2010||Afternoon Concert, St Georges Bloomsbury, London|
|Thursday 7th October 2010||C5 @ the Nonclassical Club
|Sunday 3rd October 2010
||Fundraising Concert for Iain
Rennie Hospice at Home in memory of Alex Ayre,
Kings Langley Hertfordshire
|Saturday 18th September 2010||Evening Concert with the Choir 'Unlocked', Upper Wolvercote, Oxford|
|Monday 9th August 2010||Lunchtime Concert at St Jame's Church Picadilly, London|
|Tuesday 6th July 2010||Lunchtime Concert and masterclass as part of the Deal Festival, KENT|
|Saturday 3rd July 2010||Evening Concert with Choir 'Unlocked, Merton College, Merton Street, OX1 4JD, OXFORD|
|February - June 2010||Consortium5 will be taking
time to record a CD of new works with the label Nonclassical.
Release date tbc in the Autumn.
|Wednesday 30th June 2010||Evening Performance as part
of the Squadron Festival, Vortex Jazz Club, 11 Gillet
Square, Dalston, N16 8AZ, LONDON
|Saturday 15th May 2010||'Musical Bridge' Charity
Concert in aid of Burma
Christ Church, Spitalfields, Fournier Street, E1 6QE, LONDON
|Wednesday 5th May 2010||Lunchtime Concert, St Olave's Church, 8 Hart Lane, EC3R 7NB, LONDON|
|Sunday 24th January 2010||Family Concert, Leeds
International Concert Series, LEEDS.
|Monday 11th January 2010||Evening Concert, St John's
Notting Hill, LONDON.
|Monday 5th - Thursday 7th January 2010||Recorder Demonstration Concerts, Enfield Arts Support Service, LONDON.|
|Tuesday 2nd December 2009||Lunchtime concert, The
|Sunday 22nd November 2009||Consortium5 By Candlelight,
The Grosvenor Chapel, LONDON.
|Sunday 8th November 2009||The Forge in Camden, London.|
|Friday 30th October - Sunday 1st November 2009||Van Wassenaer Festival and
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
|Tuesday 20th October||The Space, 269 West
Ferry Road, London, E14 3RS.
|Tuesday 7th July 2009||
|Friday 29th May 2009
Regents Hall, Oxford Street, LONDON
|Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st April 2009||Demonstration Concerts
Schools concerts on behalf of Enfield Arts Support Service, LONDON
|Saturday 21st March 2009||St Matthew's Church, Gillingham, KENT|
|Tuesday 10th March 2009||Live Music Now, Tudor
|Thursday 22nd January 2009||Open Arts Cafe: The
Face Of The Crowd
An exploration of todays tribes and collectives
|Monday 5th January 2009||7.45pm Purcell Room, LONDON. Park Lane Group Young Artists New Year Series|
|Tuesday 9th December 2008||1pm, St Martin-in-the-Fields, LONDON|
|Friday 21st November 2008||Live Music Now!
Hospital workshops, Birmingham Children's Hospital
Lunchtime concert, Barber Institute, BIRMINGHAM
|Sunday 16th November 2008||Morning Service
Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich, LONDON.
|Saturday 15th November 2008||Greenwich
Festival & Exhibition of Early Music
12.45pm Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Trinity College of Music, Greenwich, LONDON
|Tuesday 4th November 2008||Lunchtime Concert
Collaboration with the Trinity College of Music Viol Consort, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich, LONDON
|Sunday 2nd November 2008||Concert,11.30am Lauderdale House, Highgate Hill, LONDON|
|Tuesday 7th October 2008||Lunchtime Concert, All Saints Church, Blackheath, LONDON|
|Friday 3rd October 2008||Concert and Workshops, Balerno Music Festival, SCOTLAND|
|September 14th 2008||11.30am,The Nave, LONDON|
|September 8th-10th 2008||Recorder Demonstration Concerts, Enfield Arts Support Services, LONDON|
|September 6th 2008||Totnes Music Festival, St Mary's Church, Totnes, DEVON|
|September 5th 2008||Park Lane Group Lunchtime Recital, St Jame's Church, 197 Piccadilly, LONDON|
|July 30th 2008||Concert - Live Music Now! St Thomas Hospital, LONDON|
|July 11th 2008
||Pre-Concert Foyer Event PLG
Young Artists Series, Barbican, LONDON
|July 3rd 2008||"Chanterelle" by Kathryn
Butler, New Music Festival, GSMD, LONDON
|June 30th 2008||Live Music Now!, St Thomas Hospital, LONDON|
|June 11th 2008||"The Modern Consort", The Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music, LONDON|
|June 3rd 2008||Live Music Now!, BERKSHIRE|
|May 27/28th 2008||RB&H Arts, Royal Brompton / Harefield Hospitals, LONDON|
|May 25th 2008||"Renaissance2", The Grosvenor Chapel, LONDON|
|May 15th 2008||"Noyses, Sounds and Sweet Ayres", St Martin-in-the-Fields, LONDON|
|May 6/7th 2008||Recorder Demonstration Concerts, Enfield Arts Support Services, LONDON|
|April 28/29th 2008||UK Conservatoires Composers
WORLD PREMIERE: "Chanterelle" - Katie Butler, "Quintet for 15 Recorders" - Brooks Frederickson
|April 15th 2008||Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Trinity College of Music, LONDON,|
|March 5th 2008||The Saville Club, Mayfair, LONDON|
|March 1st 2008||Concerts and Workshop. Newcastle Early Music Festival, NEWCASTLE|
|February 29th 2008||Noyses, Sounds and Sweet Ayres. Blackheath Halls, LONDON|
|February 26th 2008||Live Music Now! London Medieval Topic Day, LONDON|
|February 7th 2008||Trio Sonatas and Chamber
Music from 17th and 18th Century Europe
Maclaren Hall, London School of Economic Science, LONDON
|January 22nd 2008||Live Music Now! Hackney, LONDON|
|January 7th-9th 2008||Recorder Demonstration Concerts, Enfield Arts Support Services, LONDON|
|December 19th 2007||Music for an Elizabethan Feast, Clare Hall, CAMBRIDGE|
|November 22nd 2007||Composition Workshop, Trinity College of Music, LONDON|
|November 4th 2007||Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square, LONDON|
|October 21st 2007||Haddington Concert Society,
East Lothian, SCOTLAND
SCOTTISH PREMIERE: "Three Stages" by Luke Styles
|October 16th 2007||Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Trinity College of Music, LONDON|
|October 15th 2007||Live Broadcast - BBC Radio 3 "In Tune" Programme|
|September 20th 2007||Handel House Museum, LONDON|
|September 5-7th 2007||Demonstration Concerts - Enfield Music Service, Enfield, LONDON|
|September 4th 2007||Concert / Workshop - Live Music Now!, BARNET|
|August 26th 2007||Concert
|August 23rd 2007||National Gallery, The Mound, EDINBURGH|
|July 12-14th 2007||York Early Music Festival - Young Artists Competition Finalists|
|July 7th 2007||Cambridge Early Music Summer Schools|
|June 24th 2007||Concert - "Kings &
Queens" - Shoreham, Kent. With Temenos Chamber Choir
WORLD PREMIERE: COMMISSIONED WORK "Three Stages" by Luke Styles
|May 27th 2007||Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge|
|May 22nd 2007||Windsor Castle - Live Music Now!|
|April 22nd 2007||Muenster, Germany|
|April 6th 2007||National Portrait Gallery, London - Live Music Now!|
|April 3rd 2007||Edinburgh Young Musicians Easter Recorder Course|
|March 27th 2007||Peterborough - Live Music Now!|
|February 9th 2007||St Giles-in-the-Fields, London|
|January 30th 2007||"Music & Madeira" - Wolfson College, Cambridge|
|November 27th 2006||Kingston-upon-Thames - Live Music Now!|
|November 21st 2006||UCL Hospital, London - Live Music Now!|
|November 15th 2006||St Thomas' Hospital, London - Live Music Now!|
|November 15th 2006||Evalina Children's Hospital, London - Live Music Now!|
|November 13th 2006||St Guy's Hospital, London - Live Music Now!|
|September 21st 2006||Music-by-the-Commons, St John's Church, Wimbledon, London|
|November 11th 2006||Wolfson College, Cambridge|
|November 11th 2006||Clare Hall, Cambridge|