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  • Writer's pictureSteve Crowther

York Late Music: March concerts, programming and pricing affordability

York Late Music concerts celebrate the wide spectrum of contemporary music. Coming up in March, for example, we have a piano recital by Hilary Suckling which includes music by Thomas Adès, Helen Grime, Benjamin Britten and Martin Suckling. The Elysian Singers programme includes David Lang, Gavin Bryars and David Lancaster whilst The Clerkes of All Saints concert includes music by Arvo Pärt and Stephen Foster.


Within this context, Late Music commissions and performs new works: James Else (Hilary Sucking programme), David Lancaster and Gavin Bryars (Elysian Singers) and David Hammond (The Clerkes of All Saints).


Underpinning this ambition is affordability: £12/£10 concessions for the evening concerts and just £5 for the lunchtime recitals, students, and those on Income Support. Under-16’s are free if accompanied by a parent or guardian.


Finally, the Elysian Singers, in keeping with all evening concerts, will have a preconcert talk by Gavin Bryars in conversation with David Lancaster (6.45pm). This will include a complimentary glass of wine or juice.


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