Spitalfields Music

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Spitalfields Music (previously known as Spitalfields Festival, officially registered as Spitalfields Festival Ltd) is a music charity based in the Spitalfields area of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.wikipedia
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Jonathan Dove

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2005 - Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Award for Education from Spitalfields Festival commission of Jonathan Dove's community cantata On Spital Fields.
He was Artistic Director of the Spitalfields Festival from 2001 to 2006.

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Spitalfields Music (previously known as Spitalfields Festival, officially registered as Spitalfields Festival Ltd) is a music charity based in the Spitalfields area of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Spitalfields Festival

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

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Spitalfields Music (previously known as Spitalfields Festival, officially registered as Spitalfields Festival Ltd) is a music charity based in the Spitalfields area of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Christ Church, Spitalfields

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1976 - Spitalfields Festival was created when a single event, organised by Save Britain's Heritage, was held at Christ Church in Spitalfields in the summer.

Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards

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2005 - Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Award for Education from Spitalfields Festival commission of Jonathan Dove's community cantata On Spital Fields.

The Tallis Scholars

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Highlights included The Schubert Ensemble, Caius Consort, Tallis Scholars, Walks around Spitalfields, Whitechapel and other parts of the East End of London.

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Highlights included The Schubert Ensemble, Caius Consort, Tallis Scholars, Walks around Spitalfields, Whitechapel and other parts of the East End of London.

Stile Antico (early music vocal ensemble)

Stile Antico
Highlights included Women sing East, Stile Antico and Go Spitalfields!

The Go Game

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which was done in partnership with The Go Game.

Animateur

Each apprentice will operate alongside professional animateurs on projects throughout the year.

University of Roehampton

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Spitalfields Music also offers the MAAS's the opportunity to work towards and accreditation of a PG Certificate in Community Music from Roehampton University.

Grant (money)

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Spitalfields Music is a charity and relies on grants, sponsorships, in kind help and donations to help run the two annual festivals and the Learning and Participation Programme.

Judith Weir

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From 1995 to 2000, she was Artistic Director of the Spitalfields Festival in London.

London Contemporary Orchestra

London Contemporary Orchestra and Choir
LCO staged its inaugural season at LSO St Luke's and has since performed at venues and festivals including the Roundhouse, Latitude Festival, The Old Vic Tunnels, Snape Maltings, Southbank Centre, Barbican, Spitalfields Music and Royal Opera House.

List of music festivals in the United Kingdom

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Matthew King (composer)

Matthew King
The opera Jonah (libretto by Michael Irwin (author)) was commissioned by the Canterbury Festival and first produced in Canterbury Cathedral in 1996; the dramatic cantata Gethsemane was premiered by Florilegium at the Spitalfields Festival in 1998; the Brunel (opera project), featured on BBC Radio 4's Setting Brunel to Music in October 2003; the community opera On London Fields (libretto by Alasdair Middleton), winner of a Royal Philharmonic Society Award in 2005, was described by Stephen Pettitt in the Evening Standard as "unafraid of complexity, even when writing for very young performers. Some of the clashing rhythms and textural layerings are mind-boggling."; the dramatic cantata Hear our Voice (co-written with the British composer Jonathan Dove) was premiered in London, Nuremberg and Prague in 2006; the chamber opera Das Babylon Experiment (German libretto by Michael Kerstan) was produced in Nuremberg in 2008.

Ex Cathedra

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Ex Cathedra has been invited to perform in concert series and festivals across the UK and as far afield as Israel and New York, including the BBC Proms where it performed Stockhausen in 2013, the Barbican Centre, Brighton Early Music Festival, Cheltenham Music Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Kilkenny Festival, Lichfield Festival, London Festival of Baroque Music, Spitalfields Festival, St David's Festival, Three Choirs Festival and York Early Music Festival.

Robert Fokkens

His works are frequently performed in the UK, Europe and South Africa, including performances at the Wigmore Hall, the Purcell Room, the Holland Music Sessions, the Spitalfields Festival, the South African National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, and the Royal Festival Hall.

Shama Rahman

Major festivals include The Secret Garden Party, SilFest, SpitalFields Festival, featured on Womad radio, Supersonix festival (supporting Seth Lakeman and Ska Cubano), Wilderness, One Love Festival, special commission for Eastern Electronic Festival, Un-Convention and Fête de la Musique.

Gethsemane (oratorio)

Gethsemane
Commissioned for the opening concert of the 1998 Spitalfields Festival, the work was composed for the early music group, Florilegium and is scored for 4 vocalists (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) and a 'Baroque' ensemble consisting of flute solo, 2 oboes, 3 natural trumpets, strings, harpsichord and percussion.

Julia Gomelskaya

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Gomelskaya participated in international festivals in Ukraine and abroad including ISCM World Music Days (Zagreb 2011, Sweden 2009, Switzerland 2004, Hong Kong 2002, Luxembourg 2000), XXVI Festival "Trieste Prima" (Italy, 2012), Festival UNICUM in Ljubljana (Slovenia) 2012, 48 la Biennale di Venezia 2004, FMF Schweiz 2000, 2002, 2003, 2009 (Switzerland), Spitalfields Festival 1996, 1997, Opera and Theatre Lab 1996 and Mayfield Festival 2000 (UK).

Richard Causton (composer)

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In the United Kingdom, his work has featured at the Spitalfields Festival, the Cheltenham Festival, the Park Lane Group evenings and the York Early Music Festival (the latter in association with the Accessible Arts Club as part of a theatrical project with disabled people).

La Dori

Its first production in modern times was in 1983 at the Spitalfields Festival in London directed by Graham Vick and sung in English translation.

List of festivals in the United Kingdom

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London: Carnival de Cuba; Carnaval Del Pueblo, Europe's biggest Latin American festival; City of London Festival; Covent Garden Festival; Dollshouse Festival; Festival of Britain (1951); Greenwich+Docklands International Festival; Greenwich Film Festival; Lesbian and Gay Film Festival; Notting Hill Carnival; Oktoberfest, the German cultural festival held in Richmond-upon-Thames; Portobello Film Festival; Spitalfields Festival