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David Lancaster
Composer and music lecturer. Director of Late Music concerts in York.
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Oxford Harmonic Choir May 1
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Oxford Harmonic Choir Apr 28
Our next concert will be on 29 June 2019 in Oxford Town Hall. Tickets available here:
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David Lancaster May 7
In Ripon Cathedral tomorrow lunchtime: The Fairfax Ensemble presents a programme of pastoral miniatures, including the premiere performance of 'From New York to Bedlam' and 'If Wishes were Willows'. (9th May at 13:00).
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David Lancaster May 6
Nice to see Swan getting some airplay in New Orleans!
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Dr K Sextet May 6
🙏🏽 thanks for having us play in York again
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David Lancaster May 6
Thanks to , , Ilze, Heather, Alice and Joe aka for a fabulous concert - including my 'Strike' - on Saturday, and another superb day of new music in York .
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Late Music York May 4
talks to us about his use of ‘montage’ in his piece Strike in advance of this evening’s concert by .
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Late Music York May 3
Tomorrow our second concert features the wonderful and whose programme celebrates the life of the late Oliver Knussen. We also have work by Nicola LeFanu, and a student. Join us at 6.45 for a pre-concert talk, concert 7.30
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David Lancaster May 4
It's today - with a pre-concert talk at 6:45. Do come along.
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David Lancaster May 3
Today I'll be working with talented young composers and the at - looking forward to hearing some great new pieces, one of which will be included in the evening concert tomorrow. Exciting times!
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Alastair Penman May 2
A great & varied day teaching at today! Started with coaching a sax quartet on Swan by ahead of their class with (hoping to come along!) and finished by creating electronic music using a Wii remote!
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Late Music York Apr 30
Knussen was one of the most significant composers of his generation and always supportive of colleagues and emerging talent. Therefore, our tribute concert to him features generous amounts of his own music alongside work by composers Nicola LeFanu &
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David Lancaster Apr 30
This weekend in York, the fabulous will be performing my 'Strike' in their evening concert on May 4th. Do come along and say hello!
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Oxford Harmonic Choir Apr 13
We are enjoying learning Of Trumpets and Angels by David Lancaster , to be premiered in Oxford Town Hall on 29 June. For a taste of David's evocative style of composition, here is Apocalypse performed by the Danish Radio Vocal Ensemble.
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Daniela Nunnari Apr 1
Thanks to ⁦⁦⁩ a short poem of mine, inspired by carousel horses at York Art Gallery, is being turned into two songs by York St John students. I’m so excited to hear them plus all of the other wonderful compositions.
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David Lancaster Apr 6
Very much looking forward to hearing 'If Wishes were Willows' tonight at performed by Robert Rice and Elizabeth Mucha.
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Delta Sax Quartet 🇬🇧🇪🇺 Mar 20
Coming to these venues & more to follow in 2019/20 ... ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ 🎷🎶📽🎞🍿🥤
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Oxford Harmonic Choir Mar 31
Great first rehearsal last week of Of Trumpets and Angels by David Lancaster . It's going to be an exciting concert on 29 June in Oxford Town Hall.
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Late Music York Mar 30
Our students include Richard Crawshaw, Callum Heslop, Nathan Kirby, Alice Varney, Thomas Crawley, Tom Bretherton setting poems by Andy Humphrey and and will feature in the lunchtime concert at 1pm in the Unitarian Chapel, York.
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Oxford Harmonic Choir Mar 24
Rehearsals for our next concert begin Tuesday 26 March in St Andrew's Church, Linton Road. Mozart's Requiem and a new commissioned work, Of Trumpets and Angels, by composer David Lancaster . To join us follow this link for more information.
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