Christian Forshaw & The Tenebrae Consort
directed by Nigel Short
Performance cancelled due the coranavirus outbreak.
A new collaboration between Christian and Tenebrae, one of the world's finest choral ensembles. Ancient meets Modern to create something truly inspirational and unique. The programme explores traditional choral masterpieces from a 21st century viewpoint, alongside new works which draw from those ancient texts and traditions.
Mark-Anthony Turnage - Refugee
Enescu Festival, Bucharest
Milton Court Concert Hall, London (Broadcast on BBC Radio 3)
19th & 20th September 2019
Gabriel Prokofiev - Saxophone Concerto
Pushkin House, Bloomesbury Square, London
Thursday 26th September 2019, 7.30pm
Christian will give the UK premiere of this exciting new piece for the saxophone.
St George's Hanover Square, London
Thursday 11th July 2019, 7.30pm
Christian Forshaw - Saxophone
Grace Davidson - Soprano
Alex Mason - Organ
Rob Farrer - Percussion
The Sanctuary Ensemble presents a captivating programme of music from their CD catalogue as well as some new works. These include pieces written for recent visits to Lindisfarne, and a new arrangement of Handel's Eternal Source of Light Divine In the venue where Handel himself used to perform.
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre
Thursday 25th July 2019, 7.30pm
David Sheppard | Matt Gooderson |
Christian Forshaw | Megan Gooderson
An evening of expansive music and visuals with live performances from three of the label’s genre-defying acts: CUTS, Ben Chatwin and Snow Palms.
Village Green is an independent label reshaping the landscape of minimalism, classical and electronic music.
CUTS is the musical project of composer and filmmaker Anthony Tombling Jr. His recent album A Gradual Decline, written in response to global political and environmental breakdown, weaves the sounds of melting ice and glacial movement directly into the music.
Tombling directed a series of films alongside this album, which form an integral part of the evening’s performance.