Thursday, 20 January 2011

ACE composition scholar - Concert

Luke Styles was the ACE Foundation's first composition scholar at Kings College London. We are delighted to see he is continuing with his composition and would like to draw your attention to the following performance of his work 'A Stratagem for Light'.

Consortium5 and Juice

A Stratagem for Light

Venue: Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley Street, London, W1K 2PA

7:30pm Saturday 29 January 2011

£8 / £6 concessions / under 12's free


Tradition meets innovation as two renowned ensembles team up for a striking new collaboration. Recorder quintet Consortium5 and vocal trio Juice join forces to perform 'A Stratagem for Light' music by Luke Styles, text Jacob Sam-La Rose, newly commissioned with the generous support of the PRS Foundation, RVW Trust and the Britten-Pears Foundation.

‘A Stratagem for Light’, where light and dark meet, where the human voice and the instrumental blend and depart. Fusing the traditions of these two distinct ensembles, the new work will be performed alongside vocal inspired instrumental Renaissance works (Dowland, Byrd, Tye, Victoria) performed by Consortium5 and contemporary vocal works (Robinson, Hellawell, Oates) performed by Juice.

This refreshingly eclectic programme sets out to explore, question and emphasise the concept of the recorder as the closest instrument to the human voice.

Subsequent performances include:

St. James's Piccadilly, London 1.10pm 6 April 2011 Consortium5 premiere of the instrumental

version of 'A Stratagem for Light'

Nonclassical club night in July. Check website for details:

For more information about the performance, press tickets, interviews and photos of the

performers, please contact Roselyn Maynard of Consortium5; 07771604177