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Tue 19th Feb at 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Red Note & Jam: Stabat Mater
@ St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow
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Red Note & Jam: Stabat Mater: Red Note Ensemble, Claire Seaton, Michael Bawtree, Andrew Radley, Thomas Wilkinson
"Red Note & JAM collaborate to perform two Scottish premieres by Judith Bingham along with Pergolesi's achingly-beautiful Stabat Mater, composed in the last year of his life, aged 26.
Pergolesi - Stabat Mater
Judith Bingham - Jacob's Ladder
Judith Bingham - The Hythe
Tickets: www.jamconcert.org/season or 0800 988 7984"
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Red Note is Scotland’s contemporary music ensemble, dedicated to developing and performing contemporary music to the highest standards, and taking the music out to audiences around and beyond Scotland.
The Ensemble performs the established classics of contemporary music; commissions new music; develops the work of new and emerging composers from around the world; and finds new spaces and new ways of performing contemporary music to attract new audiences.
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Born in Wolverhampton, Claire studied at the Birmingham School of Music, at the Royal Academy of Music with Rae Woodland and Kenneth Bowen, and subsequently with Linda Esther-Grey.
An adaptable soprano, Claire has enjoyed success in the early music field where she has worked with ensembles such as The Tallis Scholars and the Gabrieli Consort, with whom she made her BBC Proms début in Handel's Dixit Dominus and is known for her performances of the soprano solos in Allegri's Miserere.
Claire's oratorio experience is extremely broad and she is particularly renowned for her performances of Verdi's Requiem, Brahms' Requiem and Mozart's C Minor Mass. Her recent repertoire has ranged from regularly performed favourites such as Verdi's Requiem and Mozart's Requiem to less common works such as Symanowski's Stabat Mater and Elgar's The Light of Life.
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Venue: St. Mary's Cathedral
→ Charing Cross (Glasgow) 13 min walk