The UYMP office is operating with very limited hours while staff are on furlough. You can still obtain music from our catalogue in the usual way, from Musicroom.com, and hire from our agent Wise Music Classical. Please contact UYMP composers directly, via their own websites, if you have any queries.

Sadie Harrison is Featured Composer in New Oboe Music Project

UYMP is delighted that Sadie Harrison was a featured composer in the New Oboe Music Project, 2020. The oboist James Turnbull wrote: 'This month, Sadie Harrison is the featured composer with her fantastic solo oboe pieces Three Jennys and work for solo oboe d’amore or oboe Jinny’s Haiku. For those oboists currently taking ABRSM exams, Three Jennys are featured for Grade 6 and 7 as well as being fine additions to any recital programme.'

TINOCO’S SAXOPHONE CONCERTO IS PREMIERED

Luís Tinoco’s new saxophone concerto Kokyuu had a very successful world première in Lisbon, on 13th December 2020.  The concerto was performed by the saxophonist João Pedro Silva (soloist), with the Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra conducted by Sylvain Gasançon.  The concert took place at the Centro Cultural de Belém. 

Photo: © Pedro Silva

Harrison's '10,000 Black Men Named George' released by Kreutzer, on film recording

We are delighted that the fabulous Kreutzer Quartet have just released the film recording of Sadie Harrison’s new quartet 10,000 Black Men Named George:The Multiple Burdens of Injustice, written as a response to the murder of George Floyd on 25 May 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. This is the latest recording of a series of works written by Sadie during the lockdown period in 2020.

2021
May
1 May 2021

Gemini Ensemble, with Ian Mitchell and Caroline Balding

Time
7:00 PM
Location

Late Music York, Unitarian Chapel, St. Saviourgate, York, YO1 8NQ

Featuring
Sadie Harrison

Fire in Song

Sadie Harrison

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