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Hayden's solo violin work 'picking up the pieces' to performed by Darragh Morgan in Potsdam, during intersonanzen 2019

Hayden's early solo violin work 'picking up the pieces' (1991, rev.93), will be performed by Darragh Morgan in a concert with the Uroboros Ensemble at i n t e r s o n a n z e n . 2 0 1 9 brandenburgisches fest der neuen musik 30.Mai – 5. Juni 2018 in Potsdam, dann im Land Brandenburg, on June 1 2019, 7.00pm.

Venue: Kunsthaus sans titre, Französische Str.18, 14467 Potsdam

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Hayden's complete 'Becomings' (I-VII) for solo piano to be premiered by Ian Pace in London during City Summer Sounds Festival 2019

The first complete performance of Hayden’s Becomings (Das Werden) I-VII , for solo piano will be premiered by Ian Pace at City University, London on Monday May 13th 2019 at 7.00pm.

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This performance is part of the: City Summer Sounds Festival 2019

Ian Pace performs a concert including the premiere of the complete version of Sam Hayden's ambitious 40-minute cycle for solo piano, Becomings (Das Werden) I-VII (2016-18).

City University is located at:

Performance Space, College Building City, University of London, St John Street, London EC1V 4PB, United Kingdom

Hayden's 'frammenti di divenire' for soprano saxophone and baritone saxophone to be premiered by Michele Selva and Gianpaolo Antongirolami at Area Sismica, Forlì, Italy

Hayden’s frammenti di divenire (fragments of becoming), for soprano and baritone saxophones will be premiered by Michele Selva and Gianpaolo Antongirolami at Area Sismica, Forlì, Italy on Sunday March 10th 2019.

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Commissioners: Michele Selva and Gianpaolo Antongirolami

Area Sismica, Via Le Selve 23, Forlì 47121, Italia

Sunday March 10th 2019

Photo: Christian Filippelli

New recording of Hayden's 'surface/tension' for oboe and piano available on Métier records

Hayden’s surface/tension for oboe and piano is available on Métier records, performed by Christopher Redgate and Stephen Robbings.

World premiere of 'Die Abkehr (Turning Away)' for 11 instruments by Ensemble Musikfabrik at WDR, Cologne, 6 October 2017

Hayden’s Die Abkehr (Turning Away) for 11 instruments, received its world premiere by Ensemble Musikfabrik at the WDR Funkhaus Wallrafplatz on Friday 6th October at 8:00pm. The concert included a performance of his Relative Autonomy for ensemble from 2004.

More details of the concert can be found here.

Programme:

Gavin Bryars | A Man in a Room, Gambling Nr. 1 and 9 (1992) for tape and string quartet (texts by Juan Muñoz)

Tansy Davies | Song Horn - for singing horn player (2017) for horn solo Commissioned by Ensemble Musikfabrik, with the support of the Ministry for Families, Children, youth, Culture and Sports of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia

Sam Hayden | Die Abkehr (Turning Away) (2017) - world premiere Commissioned by Ensemble Musikfabrik and Kunststiftung NRW

The recording is available here.

Sam Hayden | Relative Autonomy (2004) for 16 players

Peter Maxwell Davies | Eight Songs for a Mad King (1969) musical theatre for male voice and ensemble