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Ensemble Perpetuo present the final event in their groundbreaking series of chamber music concerts for 2015. Heavenly Sights is an evening of music inspired by space, flight and motion. Featuring music from Beethoven and Piazzolla to Weir and Muhly, experience over 200 years of chamber music in one evening!

Part of Perpetuo’s exciting collaborations include a specially curated exhibition by the London Photo Festival and a brand new artwork entitled Beam by the artist Leah Lovett.

Join us for an evening of incredible music that takes you on a journey to the furthest reaches of the galaxy!

Programme

Robert Schumann - Mondnacht (arr. Colin Matthews)
George Benjamin - Flight
Nico Muhly - Motion
Judith Weir - Airs from Another Planet
Anthony Powers - In Sunlight
Charlotte Bray - Trail of Light
Astor Piazzolla - Milonga del Angel
Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
Cheryl Frances-Hoad - My Fleeting Angel

Ensemble Perpetuo is a dynamic and versatile collective of musicians who perform a wide variety of traditional and contemporary chamber music in new settings. Founded in 2013 by English oboist, James Turnbull, Ensemble Perpetuo aims to bring chamber music to new audiences through exciting collaborations and innovative repertoire choices.

Ensemble Perpetuo is building numerous partnerships with composers, theatres, dance companies, chefs, artists, photographers, film makers and digital studios. It seeks new pathways in which to experiment and augment the concert experience through multi-art form collaborations. Perpetuo has also embarked on a number of exciting mini-residences throughout the UK and is taking music to new venues including concerts in theatres, museums, cafes, found spaces and other unexpected locations.

Ensemble Perpetuo is made up of active soloists and orchestral musicians who can be found performing in numerous orchestras and prestigious venues throughout the UK.

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