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840: New Music for Solo Piano at Waterloo Festival

  • St John's Church, Waterloo London UK (map)

The Waterloo Festival welcomes experimental music concert series 840, presenting a programme of piano music performed by Australian pianist, Zubin Kanga. 

Four pieces will receive their premières and two will be performed in the UK for the first time. We are proud to première “No.1 2016” by Tim Parkinson, a leading experimental composer whose music has been performed by the ensembles such as Apartment House and London Sinfonietta. “hunt in the forest of ros” by Andrew Hamilton, an Irish composer whose music has been performed at many international festivals including Gaudeamus and HCMF, will be premièred in the UK. 



Laurence Crane – 20th Century Music
Andrew Hamilton – hunt in the forest of ros
Bryn Harrison – Piano Set (Six Miniatures) 
Zubin Kanga – Studies in Portraiture
Kate Moore – Stories for Ocean Shells
Alex Nikiporenko – I Love Nature And Everything Around Me
Tim Parkinson – 2016 No. 1
Nicholas Peters – Cube
Sergei Zagny – Pieces No. 2 & 3


Zubin Kanga is a renowned pianist who has collaborated with composers such as George Benjamin, Michael Finnssy and Steve Reich and has commissioned more than 80 new works. He has performed at the BBC Proms, London Contemporary Music Festival, Melbourne Festival (Australia), Borealis Festival (Norway) and many others.

840 is a London-based concert series committed to championing new experimental and minimal music, each concert focusing on a particular chamber instrumentation. 

The concert is kindly supported by the Arts Council England, Hinrichsen Foundation and the RVW Trust.


Time: 7.00pm
Venue: St John’s Waterloo
Tickets: £12/£8