Paul Patterson - forthcoming concerts

13 February 2013

JAM Influences

Below is a list of forthcoming pferformances of work by Paul Patterson, including the premiere of his new Serenade for Violin and Orchestra, which receives its premiere on 6th April at St John’s, Smith Square.

Three Little Pigs
Saturday February 9th at 3pm
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, 
James Lowe, Conductor
Matthew Sharp, Narrator
Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Saturday March 2nd at 7.30pm
Finchley Chamber Choir and Regent Brass
Trinity Church, North Finchley

Little Red Riding Hood (Chamber Ensemble Version)
All performances with the Quercus Ensemble

Thursday March 7th & Friday March 8th
Humdinger Children’s Literature Festival,
Millennium Forum, Newmarket Street, Derry

Saturday March 9th at 7pm
Theatre at the Mill, Newtonabbey

Sunday March 10th at 12noon, 2pm and 4pm
Belfast Children’s Festival
Waterfront Hall, Belfast

Monday March 11th at 10am
Market Place Theatre,
Market Street, Armagh City

Westerly Winds (Symphonic Wind Band)
Wednesday 13 March 2013
Royal Engineers Band
Rottingdean Festival

Violin Concerto
Sunday March 17th at 3pm
Kenneth Sillito (violin and director)
Tallis Chamber Orchestra Society
St Peter’s Church, Westleton, Suffolk

Millennium Mass
Thursday March 21st at 7.30pm
Hanover Choir
St Stephen’s, Walbrook, City of London

(as part of the JAM Influences programme)
Thursday March 21st at 7.30pm
Daniel Cook, organ
St. Bride’s, Fleet Street

Westerly Winds
Saturday March 23rd at 7.30pm
Galliard Ensemble
Whitstable Methodist Church, Argyle Road, Whitstable

Little Red Riding Hood Songbook
Sunday March 24th at 5.30pm
Finchley Children’s Music Group & Ernest Read Symphony Orchestra
St Mary’s Church, Elsworthy Road, London NW3 3DJ

Serenade for Violin and Orchestra (first performance)
Saturday April 6th at 7.30pm
Clare Howick (violin)
Kingston Philharmonia
Levon Parikian, conductor
St John’s Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA
Kingston Philharmonia Website

Detailed information on Paul and his music can be found at his website: PAUL PATTERSON