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Pre-concert talk: Adam Gorb in discussion with Magnus Lindberg

Discussion as part of the Lindberg Resonances Festival, before a performance by the RNCM New Ensemble and RNCM Wind Orchestra.

Magnus Lindberg has a reputation as one of the world's leading composers. This makes him a natural choice to be featured in the Resonances Festivals. A 5-day event (of which this talk is part of) in the presence of the composer explores the complete range of his work and includes some of his recent pieces.
"For me the inspirational thing about composing is that each piece has something quite new about it, but also something from the previous work" - Magnus Lindburg, 1995.
The RNCM New Ensemble and RNCM Wind Orchestra concert will be conducted by Clark Rundell and James Gourlay. Works by Lindberg, including the rarely-performed 'Tendenza', are interspersed with pieces by RNCM composers - not least 'Ascent' by Head of Composition and Contemporary Music Adam Gorb. Adam Gorb will be in discussion with Magnus Lindberg in a pre-concert talk at 6.30pm in the Lecture theatre.


Professor Adam Gorb | talks
Magnus Lindberg | talks


Date and Time:

19 October 2004 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



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