With panellists from all aspects of the music industry, Keychange EU is hosting live webinars tomorrow on the topic of gender balance in the UK music industry. You can join them live on Facebook 12-1 pm, 2-3 pm, 4-5 pm and 6-7 pm.
Gender and activism in Scotland; Structures for progress
Date:24th September 2020 - Location:via Facebook Live @keychangeeu, 12-1pm (BST)
How can we all make gender equality a reality?
Date:24th September 2020 - Location:via Facebook Live @keychangeeu, 2-3pm (BST)
Let's talk about gender baby
Date:24th September 2020 - Location:via Facebook Live @keychangeeu, 4-5pm (BST)
Mind the Gap! Talent is distributed evenly, opportunities are not!
Date:24th September 2020 - Location:via Facebook Live @keychangeeu, 6-7pm (BST)
A BBC commission world premiere, Solus, by Andrea Tarrodi, and new arrangements, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 arranged by Anne Dudley, and Parry's Jerusalem arranged by Errollyn Wallen (a long-standing member of Women in Music), are highlights of the Last Night of the Proms tomorrow, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers conducted by Dalia Stasevska. The soloists are Golda Schultz and Nicola Benedetti. A notable evening for women in music.
Saturday 12 September, BBC One 8 pm
International performers Caroline Trutz (soprano) and Eleanor Turner (harp) will present the world premiere of the harp version of Rosemary Duxbury's "Kabir says…", on Wednesday 9 September at the church of St Peter and St Paul, Uppingham, England at 5.30 pm.
The concert, “Music and Solace” (Meditations with Harp, Voice and Viol), also includes music by Taverner, Hildegard von Bingen, Ayanna Witter-Johnson and Trutz.
Repeat of a 2018 Proms lunchtime concert featuring Farrin's subtle and atmospheric Hypersea,
In a Prom concert from 2000 Jessye Norman performed Judith Weir's song cycle woman.life.song with the London Sinfonietta.
Tonight the London Sinfonietta conducted by Geoffrey Paterson gives a live prom of music from the last 50 years including Julia Wolfe's East Broadway, Tansy Davies's neon, and Anna Meredith's Axeman. One not to miss.
BBC Proms Tuesday 1 September at 7.30 pm BBC Radio 3.
Sally Beamish's Third String Quartet, Reed Stanzas, a BBC commission, receives its world premiere played by the Elias Quartet - BBC Proms Monday 31 August - 1 pm - Radio 3
Hannah Kendall's Tuxedo: Vasco 'de' Gama receives its world premiere at the BBC Proms tomorrow night on BBC Radio 3. It is a proms commission. Performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sakari Oramo.