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Sat 30th November – Premiere of Illuminations commissioned by the Palace Band as part of their Illuminations concert at St. Andrew’s Southgate, Chase Side, N14 5PP London at 7pm.
Tues 15th October – Performance of Allégresse for recorder quartet and harpsichord. Part of Dances, Dirges and Devotions: Old and New Music for Early Instruments at Fitzwilliam College auditorium, Cambridge. Part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
Sat 11th May – Premiere of Patchwork Fantasia by Sara Stowe at the Old Barm, Pimlott Foundation, Colchester at 3pm
Mon 25th March – Performance of Bells in the Rain as part of Fear No Music’s “Because of Her, We Make Songs” concert in Portland, US.
Fri 9th February – Performance of Bells in the Rain as part of the Cantata Singers’ Women Composers of Europe concert, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Somerville, USA.
Wednesday 14th November – Salon without Boundaries Mapping the Boundaries event at 1901 Arts Club, London, featuring a discussion with Jenni Pinnock and writer Elizabeth Lewis Williams about their forthcoming song cycle Met Obs, including the first performances of concept fragments of pieces from the cycle.
Sunday 11th November – Premiere of Perhaps at Sing Papworth’s Remembrance concert at Papworth Everard Village Hall, Cambridgeshire.
Friday 12th October – Reflections on nature- an evening with composer Jenni Pinnock at the Chapel on St. Ives Bridge, St Ives, Cambs. Join Jenni for an evening presenting pieces of her work with nature as a theme, including a couple of premieres! Works for piano, sax and oboe.
Thursday 27th September 7.30pm at Royston Methodist Church – second performance of Cracked Voices, featuring the premiere of the Cracked Objects educational project.
Tuesday 18th September, 2.15pm, BBC Maida Vale studios: BASCA workshop of choral works. Six works by BASCA members will be included in the workshop, including Jenni’s The blessing of the road-born child.
Saturday 7th July – Cantare Ladies Choir at Ellenroad Steam Engine House, Newhey, Rochdale – performing Do not stand at my grave and weep as part of “Stand up and be counted” to celebrate women’s achievements over the past 100 years.
Saturday 30th June – Cantare Ladies Choir at St Edmunds Church, Rochdale – performing Do not stand at my grave and weep as part of “Stand up and be counted” to celebrate women’s achievements over the past 100 years.
Saturday 10th March – Premiere of song cycle Cracked Voices at the Music Recital Hall, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.