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Cautionary Tales
SUNDAY 20 JULY 2014 11:00am
CAUTIONARY TALES goes to Latitude in a brand new production presented by The Errollyn Wallen Company. This family opera was a hit when premiered by Opera North in 2010 and it returns with a great cast featuring Sarah Redgwick, Clare McCaldin, Mark LeBrocq and Dawid Kimberg. Directed by Daniele Guerra, Musical director, Peter Foggitt.
Latitude Festival
Henham Park, Beccles, Southwold
Suffolk NR34 8AN
United Kingdom
DAEDALUS and DERVISH
WEDNESDAY 23 JULY 2014 6:30pm
Sophie Harris, cellist and Ian Belton, piano perform Dervish for cello and piano.

Daedalus (arranged by Ian Belton) will also be featured on the programme including Melanie Pappenhiem, voice.
St. Andrew the Apostle
Church Street, Holt
Norfolk NR25 6BB
United Kingdom
ANON – NEW OPERA FOR WELSH NATIONAL OPERA
SATURDAY 26 JULY 2014 7:00pm
ANON comes to the Tete a Tete festival for its London premiere.
Platform Theatre, Central Saint Martins
University of the Arts London, Handyside Street, King's Cross
London N1C 4AA
United Kingdom
FALLING
SATURDAY 26 JULY 2014
Daedalus
Melanie Pappenheim: Falling
Saturday 26 July 3pm & 7pm
Free / Pre-booking essential via the IF: 2014 website

In a solo voice-theatre performance delivered within MK Gallery’s Cadences exhibition, acclaimed performer Melanie Pappenheim sings three uplifting songs about hitting the ground in a response to the themes of falling, destruction and gravity.

With staging by Emma Bernard and costume created by Deborah Thomas, this promises to be a musical and visual treat. Featured composers - Paul Clark: Coloro, Orlando Gough: Falling and Errollyn Wallen: Daedelus.

- See more at: www.mkgallery.org/events/2014_07_26/melanie_pappenheim_falling/#sthash.hFfwS5Qw.dpuf
MK Gallery
900 Midsummer Blvd
Milton Keynes MK9 3QA
United Kingdom
01908 676 900
ANON – NEW OPERA FOR WELSH NATIONAL OPERA
SUNDAY 27 JULY 2014 3:00pm
ANON come to the Tete a Tete festival for its London premiere.
Platform Theatre, Central Saint Martins
University of the Arts London, Handyside Street, King's Cross
London N1C 4AA
United Kingdom
FALLING
SUNDAY 27 JULY 2014
Daedalus
Melanie Pappenheim: Falling
Sunday 27 July 3pm & 5pm
Free / Pre-booking essential via the IF: 2014 website

In a solo voice-theatre performance delivered within MK Gallery’s Cadences exhibition, acclaimed performer Melanie Pappenheim sings three uplifting songs about hitting the ground in a response to the themes of falling, destruction and gravity.

With staging by Emma Bernard and costume created by Deborah Thomas, this promises to be a musical and visual treat. Featured composers - Paul Clark: Coloro, Orlando Gough: Falling and Errollyn Wallen: Daedelus.

- See more at: www.mkgallery.org/events/2014_07_26/melanie_pappenheim_falling/#sthash.hFfwS5Qw.dpuf
MK Gallery
900 Midsummer Blvd
Milton Keynes MK9 3QA
United Kingdom
01908 676 900
OTHER MINDS FESTIVAL
FRIDAY 6 MARCH 2015
The Errollyn Wallen Songbook
Errollyn Wallen has been invited back to The Other Minds Festival in San Francisco for a performance of her celebrated songs.
Errollyn will be sharing the stage with Laurie Anderson, Meredith Monk and John Luther Adams, amongst others.
SF Jazz Centre
201 Franklin Street
San Francisco CA 94102
USA
+1 866 920 5299
OTHER MINDS FESTIVAL
SATURDAY 7 MARCH 2015
The Errollyn Wallen Songbook
Errollyn Wallen has been invited back to The Other Minds Festival in San Francisco for a performance of her celebrated songs.
Errollyn will be sharing the stage with Laurie Anderson, Meredith Monk and John Luther Adams, amongst others.
SF Jazz Centre
201 Franklin Street
San Francisco CA 94102
USA
+1 866 920 5299
ARIA FOR INSIDE OPERA MIGHTY RIVER, ANON, Cautionary Tales goes to Latitude HONORARY FELLOWSHIP OF MANSFIELD COLLEGE, OXFORD
On May 10th as part of #Inside Opera – an initiative by all seven national opera companies – Errollyn was asked to compose an aria in a couple of hours using texts tweeted in by the general public. The baritone is Dawid Kimberg. See the results here! The recent live BBC Radio 3 broadcast of Errollyn's orchestral work MIGHTY RIVER is on the BBC website:
www.bbc.co.uk/music/showcase/clips/p01v2jr9/in/justadded/justadded

Cautionary Tales, the opera, goes to Latitude festival July 20th
ANON goes to the Tete a Tete opera festival July 26th & 27th www.tete-a-tete.org.uk/anon/
Errollyn Wallen has been elected Honorary Fellow of Mansfield College, Oxford, in recognition of her distinguished contribution to scholarship in the field of contemporary British music and her exceptional achievements as a composer. Conferment will take place later in the year.
CAKE ARIA FOR INSIDE OPERA> Cautionary Tales at Latitude> Listen to Errollyn in a recent interview>