Phil Powell, CAN Trustee has organised two concerts in support of CAN with a wonderful quartet of musicians coming together to play contemporary choral works. With the organisation of these Concerts for CAN Phil has added 'impresario' to his many talents as he particularly wanted to showcase the stupendous talent of these musicians as well as bring the haunting music they play to a wider audience. Please come along and support this venture.
The quartet of musicians include Swiss violinist and contemporary composer Paul Giger, counter-tenor David James, harpsichord artist Marie Louise Dahler and percussionist Pudi Lehmann.
Paul Giger has worked as a soloist since 1983 playing Baroque, contemporary composition, improvisaton, jazz and music of diverse folk traditions. Paul is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso who has worked with Jan Garbarek, Pierre Favre and the Hilliard Ensemble. Six of his albums have been released on ECM who consider him to be "easily one of the greatest violinists of our time" and a composer who has "created some of the most haunting music to ever grace your ears."
David James, counter-tenor has enjoyed an international career as a soloist and ensemble singer. He was a founder-member of the Hilliard Ensemble performing medieval, renaissance and contemporary works by Arvo Part, James MacMillan and Jan Garbarek.
Friday, 20 April: The CAMBRIDGE CONCERT will be held in Trinity College Chapel, CB2 1TQ and tickets can be booked through Cambridge Live
Cambridge Live contact number: 01223 357851
Time: 8:00 pm
Saturday, 21 April: The OXFORD CONCERT will be held at SJE Arts based at St John the Evangelist Church on the Iffley Road, OX4 1EH. Tickets can be booked through Oxford Contemporary Arts.
Oxford Contemporary Music contact number: 01865 484777 and tickets: 01865 305305
Time: 7:30 pm
Tickets will be available on the door at both venues.
Proceeds from the concert will be for CAN. There is also the opportunity to purchase Himalayan mountain prints signed by Sir Chris Bonington, Doug Scott, Reinhold Messner and Stephen Venables