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International Art Events - London proudly present the first edition of Summer Small Fine Art exhibition of affordable artworks at the Royal Opera Arcade (ROA) Gallery in London on 4 - 10 June. The Opening Night of the show is on Monday, 5 June 6:30pm - 9:00pm. London-based singer-songwriter Frazer Kennedy will entertain visitors with a mix of songs from his old albums as well his upcoming album "Any Colour but Blue". Look forward to seeing art lovers and collectors at the ROA Gallery (off Pall Mall, nearest tube: Piccadilly Circus, Embankment and Charing Cross).
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Frazer will be entertaining an audience of art lovers, by showcasing his newly self penned songs from his forthcoming album ‘Any Colour but Blue’ including ‘Cmon Baby Oh lala’ an upbeat ballad oozing Parisian decadence. Included in the set by popular demand his #1 Uk hit ' Yesterdays Gone'.
International contemporary art exhibition of 17 artists from 12 countries at
The Royal Opera Arcade (ROA) Gallery - London. The Opening Night, Monday, 6h March, 2017 from 7.00 till 9:00pm
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WATCH AS A NOVEL IS CREATED! A NEW CHAPTER POSTED EVERY FRIDAY!
Following the acclaimed launch of his book 'Spaceman No.3 sent by God', celebrated author George Holland Hill unveils his latest novel, 'How to Write a Lesbian Detective Story - A Novel' available to download as a weekly installment directly from his Blog. You can get the first 4 installments here
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Literatures of the Piano Sextet –
Little Pigs, Dirty Beasts and Old Beauties
London Myriad Ensemble
at Southside House, Wimbledon, SW19 4RJ
Friday 16th October, 19:00 for 19:30 start
On 16th October 2015, International prizewinners, the London Myriad Ensemble, join forces with breath-taking international pianist Yuki Negishi in a programme that shimmers with imagination and storytelling.
With a journey that flirts with fairy tales and imagined characters, the ensemble brings to life the amusing Parisian eccentrics in Françaix’s L’heure du berger alongside two more recent marvellous works based on Roald Dahl stories.
This is a rare opportunity to hear two highly commissioned and established composers’ work: Martin Butler’s Dirty Beasts and Paul Patterson’s Three Little Pigs are brought humming into life by the ensemble and narrator. Alongside Butler and Patterson is the exuberant and at points poignant Poulenc Sextet. The engaging and incredibly idiomatic work of the independent Gordon Jacob, who taught so many English composers, adds an exciting intensity with riveting moments from every player.
The London Myriad Ensemble, known for their dynamic playing, formed in 2004, are international first prize winners and have performed on BBC Radio 3 and at the Purcell Room amongst other venues, also coaching advanced wind regularly at Benslow Music, at NYWO and across the country. Primarily formed as a diversifying wind quintet, they regularly perform in combinations and have also premiered a number of new works for wind over the years. They are thrilled to be performing with pianist Yuki Negishi, who performs both as a soloist and recitalist in the UK and abroad. She has performed on Radio 3 and on Channel 4 and has won over 10 international prizes. As a keen chamber musician she has collaborated both previously with London Myriad and also with numerous musicians from the LPO, Royal Concertgebouw and the Zurich Tonhalle.
Jean Francaix - L'Heure du Berger
Gordon Jacob - Sextet
Martin Butler - Dirty Beasts
Paul Patterson - Three Little Pigs
Francis Poulenc – Sextuor
Tickets: £20, available on the Southside House website at www.southsidehouse.com, or call Southside House on 020 8946 7643
The London Myriad Ensemble