Early Inspirations
Benjamin Britten and Malcolm Singer

Monday 29 March 2021, Premieres at 6pm, available thereafter

Introduced by Thomas Carroll in conversation with Malcolm Singer


Thomas Carroll in conversation with Malcolm Singer begins by giving us an in depth insight to tonight’s repertoire, before Orpheus Sinfonia perform Britten’s Sinfonietta and Singer’s Bush Boogie. Britten’s lively Sinfonietta, written when he was just 18, inspired Singer’s energetic Bush Boogie, and both are works showcasing the early, uninhibited, inspirations of the composers, which Orpheus bring to life for you recorded live from The Old Court, with characteristic dynamism and vibrancy.

Orpheus Sinfonia

Thomas Carroll – Conductor

Eunsley Park – Violin
Alicia Berendse – Violin
Duncan Commin – Viola
Sergio Serra Lopez – Cello
Mark Lipski – Double Bass
Jemma Freestone – Flute
James Hulme – Oboe
Chris Goodman – Clarinet
Ashley Myall – Bassoon
Tom Bettley – Horn

Benjamin Britten – Sinfonietta, Op. 1 (1932)
Malcolm Singer – Bush Boogie (1984)

Premieres on 29th March at 6pm, and available to watch on demand thereafter.

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