Accomplished trio write new works for anniversary
Celebrated Westcountry composers Marsha Head, pictured, Clive Jenkins and Terence Higgins will each be premiering new work written especially for the Anniversary Composers Concert which concludes the 20th International Concert Series at the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery on Thursday, March 7. Eminent violinist Peter Fisher will be making an appearance as guest artiste.
Marsha Head is renowned for her keyboard improvisations. A teacher, composer and recitalist, she will perform New Sarabande for Jeannie, Conductus – Song of the Snow Ass and Innocence Lost for piano, which was commended by the Benjamin Britten Estate.
Clive Jenkins shows his Westcountry roots in many of his compositions, like the concert overture Heart of Dartmoor, the imaginary ballet White Bird and the widely performed cantata The Mayflower Pilgrims.
Terence has been composing for 20 years, producing works mainly for piano solo and small ensembles, as well as for choir. He has written Vers le sud, for violin and piano, for this concert.
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