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NEWS
News
Spotlight on: Ailie Robertson

We spoke to composer and harpist Ailie Robertson about her work and featured programmes at Borough New Music, Series 12.

Wanted: Front-of-House Volunteers

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New blog! Female composers in our 2018-19 season

Hollie Harding interviews Illuminate Women's Music in the run-up to their performance at Borough New Music on 16 October 2018.

What people say about us
"A welcome addition to London's already blossoming contemporary composition scene"
The Wire Magazine
"Wonderful, a life-enhancing experience"
Audience Member
"The whole performance opened my eyes to a completely different way of experiencing music... These concerts are free, these concerts are central, they’re carefully curated and short so Herbert would urge you to go."
Herbert Magazine
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Forthcoming Concerts

We are delighted to have had a very successful 2017-18 season at Borough New Music. Our 2018-19 season will start on Tuesday 2 October 2018. You can view this season's highlights throughout this site.

Mar 26, 2019 1:00 PM
Series 14: Featured Composer: Nathanael Gubler

Laura Farré-Rozada (piano) performs works by Thorvaldsdottir, Chin, Fujikura & Gubler

Apr 2, 2019 1:00 PM
Series 15: Featured Composer: Francis Pott

Joseph Spooner (Cello) and Francis Pott (Piano) perform two premieres by Francis Pott.

Apr 9, 2019 1:00 PM
Series 15: Featured Composer: Tom Armstrong

Jeevan Rai (Electronics), James Woodrow (Electric Guitar) and Jane Chapman (Harpsichord) perform works by Tom Armstrong.

Apr 16, 2019 1:00 PM
Series 15: Eos Ensemble

Works by Evernden, Frey, Figols, Watkins & Pärt performed by Paul Evernden (Clarinet), Thomas Ang (Piano) & Angela Najaryan (Volin).

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