On the 27th February | 7.00 pm @ Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, the Chimera Ensemble will perform Sundance Sequence – for 11 players, a score written by Luís Tinoco in 1999 spanning Boulez and Chick Corea in its surreal account of the 1998 escape of two ginger-haired Tamworth pigs from a Wiltshire abattoir.
The programme also includes works by Henze, Liza Lim and Scelsi, in a concert that will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the University of York Music Press – UYMP.
On the 12th December @ Casa da Música | 09.00 p.m., maestro Christoph König takes leave of 2014 leading the Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música with a program that will feature Luís Tinoco‘s Festive Overture - a work written following an invitation by Martin André to mark the 20th anniversary of the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra, and first premièred in February 2013 at the S.Carlos National Theatre, conducted by Rui Pinheiro. Festive Overture was commission by the OPART / T.N.S.Carlos and is dedicated to Martin André and the OSP musicians.
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Following a commission from the National Dance Company, Paulo Ribeiro (choreography) and Luís Tinoco (music) worked together to create a new ballet. “Lídia” will soon have its World première, at the Teatro Camões, in Lisbon, on the 7th of November – 9.00 p.m.
On the 6th of June, 8:00 pm, at the Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Ludovic Morlot will lead the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in the world première of Frisland, a symphonic work commissioned to Luís Tinoco as part of the Sonic Evolution project that celebrates the past and future of Seattle’s music scene.
Inspired by and dedicated to the composer and jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, Frisland will be joined by another two premières of works written by Gabriel Prokofiev and Du Yun, both also commissioned by Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony for the Sonic Evolution scheme.