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18 June 2020

 

We were very sad to have to cancel the rest of our New Music 2020 series. Whilst we have been closed, New Music Curator Tom McKinney has been in contact with the musicians whose concerts couldn’t take place, and we’re pleased to share with you some films and music from them. We hope you can continue to enjoy New Music from home, and look forward to welcoming you back in the future.

Next, we are sharing music from the soprano Juliet Fraser, who was due to perform her solo album, Spilled Out From Tangles, at Kettle’s Yard as part of the New Music series.

Watch an introduction from Tom McKinney here.

Spilled Out From Tangles

You can listen to Juliet’s solo album here.

A Through-Grown Earth by Lisa Illean

Hear Juliet sing a piece by Lisa Illean that she would have performed as part of her programme at Kettle’s Yard.

An Identity in Lockdown Monologue

Juliet Fraser and Sivan Eldar

Watch an excerpt of ‘Heave’ (version for solo voice, 2019) by Sivan Eldar. Performed by Juliet Fraser in lockdown, with a bluetooth speaker hidden in the grass. ‘Heave’, in this version for solo voice, was commissioned by Juliet Fraser and Kettle’s Yard.

Juliet Fraser and Rebecca Saunders

Juliet has developed a close working relationship with the Berlin-based British composer Rebecca Saunders. And along with Ensemble Musikfabrik, their collaborations have resulted in a number of large-scale works, using text from James Joyce’s Ulysses.