Past event: La Boulangerie

Join Aurora for an eclectic evening in the legendary Parisian salon of Nadia Boulanger, perhaps the most influential woman in 20th-century music. Boulanger was not only an outstanding composer and conductor, but she also taught composition to an extraordinary roster of musical greats, including Burt Bacharach, Leonard Bernstein, Thea Musgrave and Aaron Copland.

This playful exploration of Boulanger’s remarkable legacy includes performances of her own music, alongside pieces by the numerous musicians Boulanger mentored throughout her long and illustrious career, including Astor Piazzolla, Philip Glass and her sister Lili Boulanger, all performed in the intimate setting of an Aurora Lock-In.

Doors 9.15pm, Music 9.30pm

 

Stravinsky Sinfonia and Tarantella from Pulcinella Suite
Fauré Après un rêve
Lili Boulanger Nocturne
Nadia Boulanger Vers la vie nouvelle
Francaix Danses des trois Arlequins
Copland Ukulele Serenade
Copland Pastorale
Piazzolla Vayamos de diablo
Philip Glass Music in Fifths
Thea Musgrave The Man in the Mune from A Suite O Bairnsangs
Carter Caténaires
Michel Legrand Moulins de mon coeur
Burt Bacharach Close to You

Alex Wood violin
Iain Farrington piano
Madeleine Shaw mezzo soprano
Jessie Maryon Davies presenter

 

 


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