Jenny Jackson

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Passepartout Duo: collaboration

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Coming soon: I’m so excited to hear my new piece Mimesis for piano and percussion which has been composed for the Passepartout Duo following a fruitful period of collaboration. Before I met them, I watched some videos on their website which I found to be entertaining, innovative and visually intriguing. I have tried to compose something that will be equally theatrical and musically engaging.

Platform 4 and Passepartout Duo

Tickets available on the door: £10 / £8 concessions / £5 students

PROGRAMME

  • Jenny Jackson: Mimesis *
  • Tom James: The Time-Traveller’s Hymn *
  • Chris Noble: In To Stellar Cast: Rework *
  • Tom Owen: New work *
  • Kaj Duncan David: 4c0st1ctr1g3r
  • Bryan Jacobs: Piano+electronics
  • Hannah Lash: C
  • Mayke Nas: DiGiT#2

* Platform 4 commissions: 1st performance

Passepartout Duo:

Ever since they began collaborating in 2015, the musicians of Passepartout Duo have been known for their tireless advocacy of new music, ideas that cross aesthetic boundaries, and the compelling films they create. Driven by their shared values of music, people, and travel, Nicoletta Favari & Christopher Salvito’s simple and elegant approach has already earned them a reputation as a thoughtful and promising emerging group within the contemporary music field.

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Author: jennyjacksoncomposer

Jenny Jackson is a composer of acoustic instrumental and vocal work. She is strongly influenced by a long-term interest in the visual and dramatic arts and often chooses to exploit the visual aspect of musical performance in her concert pieces. She has developed this to create two fully staged pieces of music theatre and has collaborated to produce multidisciplinary projects with visual artists, sculptors, writers and choreographers. She is a member of Platform 4 composers - a composer collective based in Sheffield.

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