Eastbourne’s new and exciting Composers Network are following up their acclaimed and sell-out “Without Borders” concert with a second concept performance “With Memories”. The concert brings acclaimed young Harpist Alex Rider, London’s Modulus String Quartet and The New Network Singers to The Birley Centre in Eastbourne on Saturday 9 November.
“With Memories” includes World premieres by Eastbourne based composers, Melody Woodham, Clive Whitburn and Tim Laverack alongside music by the renowned Paul Lewis and other living composers.
Composers Network aims to entertain and bring high quality and beautiful new music to fresh audiences. In this performance, the musicians explore issues to do with dementia. As it says on their poster “Dementia doesn’t discriminate and neither should we”.
Profits from the concert will go to Memory Lane, a local charity which provides social activities for people with dementia and their carers.
Composers Network’s first concert, “Without Borders”, raised over £1700 for the charity Migrant Help and was described by reviewer Robin Gregory as “Breathtaking and Wonderful”. The network promises that “With Memories” will be equally uplifting.
The concert, organised by Composers Network, is at The Birley Centre, Eastbourne, on Saturday, November 9th at 7.30 pm. Tickets: £14, Under 18s: £10, in advance from https://www.composersnetwork.co.uk/event-info/with-memories and on the door, subject to availability.
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