A section from the world premeiere of Whiteley by Elena Kats-Chernin at Opera Australia. In this “mad” scene Brett rages, raves and then crumples with and regret and fear [NSFW language!]

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"Patrick White has disowned me"
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The final monologue of Clov from György Kurtág’s eagerly awaited opera Fin de Partie in a production by Pierre Audi, conducted by Markus Stenz at La Scala, Milan 2018.

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"On m'a dit..."
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A section of the world premiere of Louis Andriessen’s new opera Theatre of the World in a production by Pierre Audi, conducted by Reinbert de Leeuw with the LA Philharmonic.

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The Death of Kircher
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World premiere of Elliott Carter’s On Conversing with Paradise with the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group conducted by Oliver Knussen at Snape Maltings, Aldebrough.

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On Conversing with Paradise
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A live performance of Matthias Pintscher’s Songs of Solomon’s Garden with the BBCSSO. Matthias and I have performed this wonderful piece many times with Ensemble Intercontemporain and other groups over the past few years, including a performance last year of his most recent and expanded version Shirim with the Rotterdam Philharmonic.

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Songs of Solomon's Garden
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Live recording of Xenakis’ Aïs from the BBC Proms with Colin Currie and the BBCSO and which was taken to the Berlin Festival. It is written for a baritone soloist at the edges of extended technique as the range is from soprano high C down to bottom E. Not suitable listening for those of nervous dispositions!

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Aïs
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A performance of Detlev Glanert’s orchestral setting of Brahms’ Vier ernste Gesange interspersed them with his own preludes, with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vasily Petrenko.

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Vier ernste Gesange
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