Europeans and Experimentalists
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The piano duo Katia and Marielle Labèque and their band – Nicola Tescari, keyboard, David Chalmin, electric guitar, Massimo Pupillo, bass guitar, Raphaël Séguinier and cellist Matthew Barley – play a selection of minimalist works. James Tenney's'Postal Piece No 10: Having Never Written a Note for Percussion'(1971) for percussion solo
; Arvo Pärt's'Hymn for a Great City'(1984) for two pianos;
Gavin Bryars's'My First Homage'(1978) for two pianos;
Brian Eno's'Discreet Music'(1975) for tape
; Michael Nyman's'Water Dances'(1984)
; Henry Flynt's'Work such that no one knows what's going on'(1961);
Erik Satie's'Vexations'(1893) (excerpt) for piano solo;
John Cage's'Four?'(1991) for two pianos, rainsticks and oscillator; Philip Glass's'One plus One'(1967) for soloist and amplified table top;
La Monte Young's'The Tortoise, His Dreams and Journeys'(1964- world premiere). Plus, new work byNicola Tescari,David ChalminandMassimo Pupillo;
and a selection of piano and cello music byHoward Skempton.