crédit photo: Romain Malan © Phil Roulaud
Anne Lovett, piano
Romain Malan, cello
For the 10th anniversary of Diaphonique, the Franco-British fund for contemporary music, pianist and composer Anne Lovett, whose crystalline and beautiful tonal clarity and absolute virtuosity make her one of the greatest artists of her generation, is joined by cellist Romain Malan, the “social musician” who has created the World Harmony Orchestra London and an inclusive choir that raises money for refugees. They will embrace a mixed repertoire, covering both classical and contemporary music. Highlights include pieces by Gabriel Fauré, a UK Premiere of Betsy Jolas and a composition from Anne Lovett’s album The Eleventh Hour.
Thu 8 Oct 7.30pm
If you are unable to join us on site, you can attend online at a discounted price
Onsite: £9, £7 for members, £5 for students
Online: £7, .conc & students £5
Fauré, Après un rêve
Jolas, Femme le soir
Piazzolla, Grand tango
Sir Simon Rattle, director of the London Symphony Orchestra introduces the work of composer Betsy Jolas
See also: #BastilleDayMusic Concert with Anne Lovett
Created in 2010, the Diaphonique fund supports collaborative projects of classical contemporary music between France and the United Kingdom. It funds commissions, concerts, tours, residencies and educative projects.
Diaphonique is grateful to the Institut français, the French Institute Trust and its patrons, particularly Aline-Foriel Destezet, the Sacem, the British Council, the French Ministry of Culture, the Institut français du Royaume-Uni, Le Bureau Export and the Fondation Francis and Mica Salabert and for their support and lasting commitment.
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