The New Music Biennial (Hull)

The National Youth Chamber Choir perform the Premiere of Jessica Curry's 'She Who'

Saturday 13 July, 1-2pm, Guildhall, Hull

Plus Pop-Up Performances: 11am Marketplace & 4.15pm Paragon Station

All sessions including the pop-ups will be BSL interpreted 

Programme / Description:

‘She Who’ is a timely celebration of the powerful, beautiful collective voice of women and youth, created by BAFTA Award-winning composer Jessica Curry and commissioned by NYCGB for the National Youth Chamber Choir.

Jessica Curry uses settings of poems by American feminist poet Judy Grahn to weave together themes of humanity and connectivity to create an electrifying piece that speaks of hope and female power for the young voices of the National Youth Chamber Choir. Jessica is an internationally acclaimed BAFTA winning composer and co-founder of renowned games company The Chinese Room. Her work has been performed in diverse and high profile venues such as The Old Vic Tunnels, Sydney Opera House, Great Ormond Street Hospital, MOMI New York, The Royal Opera House, and Durham Cathedral.

A second performance is taking place at The South Bank Centre, London on Sunday 7 July, 4.30-5.30pm. Click here for more info.

A celebration of new music from the UK’s most talented composers and musicians, the New Music Biennial — a PRS Foundation initiative presented in partnership with Absolutely Cultured (Hull), London’s Southbank Centre, BBC Radio 3 and NMC Recordings — presents a unique snapshot of contemporary music in the UK across all genres from classical to world music, jazz, folk, electronic and music for ice cream vans.


The National Youth Chamber Choir of Great Britain

This event is free and ticketed. Click here for more information and tickets

The two pop-up performances are free and no booking is required for these

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