British Composer Awards 2005

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20051003

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The first piece is:

Philip Grange: Eclipsing

BBC Philharmonic

Vassily Sinaisky (conductor).

20051003

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The first piece is:

Philip Grange: Eclipsing

BBC Philharmonic

Vassily Sinaisky (conductor).

20051004

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Simon Holt: The Coroner's Report

Britten Sinfonia

Nicholas Daniel (director)

Rolf Hind (piano/celeste).

20051004

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Simon Holt: The Coroner's Report

Britten Sinfonia

Nicholas Daniel (director)

Rolf Hind (piano/celeste).

20051005

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured pieces are:

Harrison Birtwistle: Three Brendel Settings

William Dazely (baritone)

Philharmonia Orchestra

Christoph von Dohnanyi (conductor)

Colin Matthews: A Voice to Wake

Claron McFadden (soprano)

Nash Ensemble

Lionel Friend (conductor).

20051005

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured pieces are:

Harrison Birtwistle: Three Brendel Settings

William Dazely (baritone)

Philharmonia Orchestra

Christoph von Dohnanyi (conductor)

Colin Matthews: A Voice to Wake

Claron McFadden (soprano)

Nash Ensemble

Lionel Friend (conductor).

20051006

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Errollyn Wallen: Spirit Symphony - Speed-dating for Two Orchestras

BBC Concert Orchestra

Kensington Symphony Orchestra

Russell Keable (conductor).

20051006

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Errollyn Wallen: Spirit Symphony - Speed-dating for Two Orchestras

BBC Concert Orchestra

Kensington Symphony Orchestra

Russell Keable (conductor).

20051010

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Rebecca Saunders: Choler

Nicolas Hodges, Rolf Hind (piano).

20051010

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Rebecca Saunders: Choler

Nicolas Hodges, Rolf Hind (piano).

20051011

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

John Casken: Symphony Broken Consort

BBC Philharmonic Orchestra

Gianandrea Noseda (conductor).

20051011

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

John Casken: Symphony Broken Consort

BBC Philharmonic Orchestra

Gianandrea Noseda (conductor).

20051012

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Christopher Fox: Zone

Apartment House

Richard Baker (conductor).

20051012

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Christopher Fox: Zone

Apartment House

Richard Baker (conductor).

20051013

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Gerard McBurney: A Folder of Leaves

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group

Brett Dean (conductor).

20051013

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Gerard McBurney: A Folder of Leaves

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group

Brett Dean (conductor).

20051017

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Nicola LeFanu: Light Passing (excerpt)

Clement VI....Nicholas Folwell

Cecile....Ildiko Allen

St Brigid....Nicola Dunne

Novice Master....Nicholas Clapton

Petrarch....Richard Edgar Wilson

Cardinal....Petro Wychrij

boy soprano....Joey Howard

Ensemble 10-10

Clark Rundell (conductor).

20051017

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Nicola LeFanu: Light Passing (excerpt)

Clement VI....Nicholas Folwell

Cecile....Ildiko Allen

St Brigid....Nicola Dunne

Novice Master....Nicholas Clapton

Petrarch....Richard Edgar Wilson

Cardinal....Petro Wychrij

boy soprano....Joey Howard

Ensemble 10-10

Clark Rundell (conductor).

20051018

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Dai Fujikura: Be, for solo percussion

Colin Currie (percussion).

20051018

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Dai Fujikura: Be, for solo percussion

Colin Currie (percussion).

20051019

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Gavin Bryars: From Egil's saga

Runi Brattaberg (bass)

Viva Voce Chamber Choir

Chris Ekers, sound diffusion

London Sinfonietta

Olari Elts (conductor).

20051019

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Gavin Bryars: From Egil's saga

Runi Brattaberg (bass)

Viva Voce Chamber Choir

Chris Ekers, sound diffusion

London Sinfonietta

Olari Elts (conductor).

20051020

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

James MacMillan: A Scotch Bestiary, for organ and orchestra

Wayne Marshall (organ)

BBC Philharmonic

James MacMillan (conductor).

20051020

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

James MacMillan: A Scotch Bestiary, for organ and orchestra

Wayne Marshall (organ)

BBC Philharmonic

James MacMillan (conductor).

20051024

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Howard Skempton: Tendrils for string quartet

Smith Quartet.

20051024

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Howard Skempton: Tendrils for string quartet

Smith Quartet.

20051025

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Judith Bingham: The Secret Garden

Thomas Trotter (organ)

BBC Symphony Chorus

Stephen Jackson (conductor).

20051025

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Judith Bingham: The Secret Garden

Thomas Trotter (organ)

BBC Symphony Chorus

Stephen Jackson (conductor).

20051026

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Richard Barrett: No (Resistance & Vision, Part 1)

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Tadaaki Otaka (conductor).

20051026

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Richard Barrett: No (Resistance & Vision, Part 1)

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Tadaaki Otaka (conductor).

20051027

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Joby Talbot: Sneaker Wave

BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Grant Llewellyn (conductor).

20051027

A chance to vote with your ears.

The 2005 British Composer Awards, presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters in association with Radio 3, takes place on Friday 9 December, 2005.

Included in the ceremony is the BBC Radio 3 Listeners' Award, with 17 works being broadcast in the run up to the big night.

You can vote for your choice by either ringing 08700 100 300 [national rate] or by logging onto the website.

The featured piece is:

Joby Talbot: Sneaker Wave

BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Grant Llewellyn (conductor).