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New works by leading Black composers: Julian Joseph, Jason Yarde and Pete Letanka

Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

Sat 19 Oct
Classical

New works by leading Black composers: Julian Joseph, Jason Yarde and Pete Letanka

Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

A Classically Black event featuring the music of Julian Joseph, Jason Yarde and Pete Letanka.


Live performances of new and specially commissioned works by celebrated Black British composers Pete Letanka and Jason Yarde, as well as a chance to hear the much talked about violin concerto as penned by internationally acclaimed musician and composer Julian Joseph. The afternoon gives a unique opportunity for insight into these compositions by the composers themselves.

This event, produced by Black Lives in Music, takes place as part of Classically Black, a day of celebration in recognition of the contribution by Black and global majority musicians and composers in classical music.

This event is sponsored by ABRSM.

This event will last approximately 1 hour 30 minutes, including an interval.

Date:Sat 19 Oct
Start time:2.30pm (Doors: 2pm)
Venue:Hall Two
Price:£7.50-£15.00
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Availability:Tickets available
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