Category: Upcoming performances

MAPPING THE BOUNDARIES – Salon Without Boundaries at the 1901 Arts Club, Wed 14th November

On Wednesday 14th November Jenni will be one of the speakers at the Salon Without Boundaries’ inaugural live Salon – MAPPING THE BOUNDARIES: Women, Creativity and the Natural World at the 1901 Arts Club, Waterloo, London. The event will be led by Salonières Dr Briony Cox-Williams (piano) and Pierrette Thomet (mezzo), and will include music…
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Premiere of ‘Perhaps’ in Papworth, South Cambridgeshire

On Sunday 11th November Sing Papworth will be performing the premiere of Jenni’s choral piece ‘Perhaps’ as part of their Remembrance concert. Set for SAB and piano, this is a setting of Vera Brittain’s text of the same name, written in memory of her fiancé, killed by a sniper in the first World War. The…
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Cracked Voices: Rescheduled concert date, 27th September 2018

We’re delighted to announce that the rescheduled performance of Cracked Voices (including the premiere of Cracked Objects) will be on  Thursday 27th September 2018 at 7.30pm at Royston Methodist Church, Royston. The performance will now take place as part of Royston Arts Festival, and all money raised will still go to the MindEd Trust. If…
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Two pieces to be performed as part of Piano Project 2018

Two of my pieces – Allegretto (solo piano) and Quintago (piano duet) will be performed in this year’s Piano Project 2018 concert in association with EPTA Essex and Colchester New Music. This unique concert (and project!) is an important one as students premiere new contemporary piano pieces from beginners up to about grade 5 in…
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Reflections on Nature: An evening with composer Jenni Pinnock

On 12th October 2018, Jenni will be performing a selection of her works at Reflections on Nature: An evening with composer Jenni Pinnock. The evening forms part of the Chapel Arts Season 2018, where performers take to the unique venue of of the Chapel on the Bridge in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire. Jenni will be performing…
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Cracked Voices premiering on Saturday 10th March in Cambridge

For the past year, Jenni has been working in collaboration with writer Graham Palmer on the new song cycle Cracked Voices. Based on original research, Cracked Voices explores forgotten characters and folklore from South Cambridgeshire and North Hertfordshire. The premiere of the hour long is being held on Saturday 10th March at the Music Recital…
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Work in progress to be performed in a workshop of new music for two harpsichords

This coming Sunday, Francis Knights and Dan Tidhar are performing Contemporary American Music for Two Harpsichords at Fitzwilliam Colllege Auditorium, Cambridge at 2pm. This will be followed at 4pm by a workshop of new works for the duet, including one of mine (currently untitled!). Entry to both the concert and workshop are free.  For more…
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Scenes from a Train to be performed at Colchester concert in June

A movement from Jenni’s Scenes from a Train (2011) will be performed an an upcoming Colchester New Music concert. Tim Torry, Charles Hine and Alan Bullard are presenting The Pale Enchanted Gold – new clarinet music and song settings from CNM’s composers. The first movement of Jenni’s work – Andantino con moto – will be…
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Circular Musings to be performed at the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music

I’m excited to be able to share that my work Circular Musings for solo organ has been scheduled for performance in this year’s London Festival of Contemporary Church Music on Sunday 7th May at St Pancras Church at 10am. More details to follow when the festival’s brochure for this year is available. For more information…
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Premiere of The Devil and the Draper / Sidney Powell’s Shindy

I’m rather excited that The Devil and the Draper will be premiered later this week! The piece is a collaboration with writer Graham Palmer, and the music sprang from his text of the same name. As the text is based around Royston Heath (a place we both know well), it’s perfect that the piece is…
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