The 20th Century Theatre’s classical and contemporary series 2015 continues… We look forward to welcoming a host of classical musicians who have performed at the theatre over the last three years for a Later with Jools style classical event. Karl Lutchmeyer will take the hosting helm and guide us through a history of classical revolutionaries featuring favourites from the 20thg Century Theatre classical concerts that have taken place over the last three years…

Since the first notated score, Western classical music has carved a perilous and exciting path between espousing the new and supporting the status quo. Come and hear some true classical revolutionaries, and leave your bourgeois sense of security at the door!

Karl Lutchmayer
Claude Doucet Isoldina

Angela Lobato & Chris Atkinson
Webern: 2 Pieces for Cello and Piano (1899)
Webern: 3 Little Pieces for Cello and Piano, op.11

Nils Klöfver
Bach: E Major Prelude (BWV 1006)
Klöfver: A Winter’s Tale
Brouwer: Un Dia de Noviembre
Brouwer: Danza Caracteristica

The Hermes Experiment
Lloyd Coleman ’New piece based on the Inferno from the
Divine Comedy’

Eve Wieltschnig & Chris Atkinson
Berg Vier Stucke Op.5

Madelaine Jones
Schoenberg Sechs kleine Klavierstücke Op. 19
Emile Naoumoff Passacaglia Fugata


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