Hugh Shrapnel 70th Birthday ConcertHugh Shrapnel 70th Birthday Concert
Hugh Shrapnel 70th birthday concert
Friday December 15th 2017, 7.00 PM
Schott Music London shop, 48 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London W1F 7BB
A celebration of Hugh’s music.
Music for piano and piano duet by Hugh Shrapnel and works by Robert Coleridge, John Lewis and Sarah Walker.
Performed by: Robert Coleridge, John Lewis, Hugh Shrapnel, Ruth Shrapnel, Sarah Walker
Tickets at the door - £12 (£8 concessions).
Concert October 7th 2016Concert October 7th 2016
Concert by the Ivory Duo of new music for 2 pianos, including 'Follow Me Up to Carlow' by Hugh Shrapnel.
Venue: Morley College Holst Room
61 Westminster Bridge Road,
London SE1 7HT.
Concert of new music for 2 pianos October 7 2016Concert of new music for 2 pianos October 7 2016
New music for 2 pianos performed by the Ivory Duo including ' Follow Me Up To Carlow' by Hugh Shrapnel.
Friday October 7 2016 at 7.30 PM
Venue: Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT.
Tickets £8 (£5 concessions)
Concert for Centenary of th Easter Uprising 1916Concert for Centenary of th Easter Uprising 1916
A Concert of new music for string quartet performed by the Quartet De Madragada
including 'Easter 1916' by Hugh Shrapnel.
Friday April 8th 2016, 7.30 pm
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Rd
London SE1 7HT
CONCERT - October 24th 2012CONCERT - October 24th 2012
London New Wind Festival
Wednesday October 24th 2012 at 7.30
Salvation Army Hall 275 Oxford Street
London W1C 2DJ (near Oxford Street tube).
Concert includes Hugh Shrapnel's 'Objets Difficiles', for oboe, clarinet, horn and trombone.
Memorial concert for James AllenMemorial concert for James Allen
There will be a memorial concert for James Allen who sadly died on January 6th 2012.
James was a major contributor and organiser of the Cornelius Cardew Trust (see under Links), through which many concerts of new music have been put on in recent years.
This concert will take place on May 5th 2012 at Morley College, London and will feature music commissioned by James by Michael Chant, Michael Parsons, Hugh Shrapnel, Dave Smith and John White.