Juice Vocal Ensemble – St. James' Church, Birstwith
11.00am, Wednesday 28th July, 2010
'fluid, fruity and refreshing….vocal techniques that make Stockhausen and Berio sound prehistoric…the 21st century's answer to the Swingles or King's Singers' (4 stars)'
– The Times.
Programme to include works by:
- Gabriel Prokofiev
- Elizabeth Lutyens
- Kerry Andrew
- Lennon & McCartney
Juice are an experimental vocal trio who specialise in giving vibrant performances with a theatrical edge. They draw on world music, jazz, folk and pop, have commissioned countless new works and featured on BBC Radio 3, Radio 4 and Resonance FM.
Juice are at the forefront of the UK's experimental/classical music scene and have performed in such prestigious venues as London's Purcell Room and The Wigmore Hall.
They have appeared at numerous national and international festivals, had a concerto written for them: 'Bitter Suite' by Stuart Hancock, and been conducted by Karl Jenkins in his 'Requiem'. They have also performed works by avant-garde pioneers such as Morton Feldman and Meredith Monk.
This performance is delivered in partnership with the Harrogate International Festival.
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