Event news: a Sungji Hong flute premiere, at the RCM

by Philip Gowman on 19 January, 2017

in Asides, Event Notices, Experimental & Avant-garde music, Western classical music

Coming up tomorrow, a premiere performance of new flute work by Korean composer Sungji Hong. The Royal College of Music website bills it as Concerto for alto flute and chamber ensemble; the composer’s website calls it Transfiguration for alto flute and chamber ensemble with electronics. Carla Rees plays alto flute with the Manon Quartet and Michael Oliva on electronics.

Sungji Hong

Sungji Hong. (Image source: www.sungjihong.com)

7:30pm on 20 January 2017, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS. Tickets £5 from the RCM website. Programme also includes Luc Ferrari‘s Presque Rien no 4 ‘La remontée du village’ and George Crumb‘s Black Angels: 13 Images from the Dark Land.

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