BBCCO/Lockhart – review Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Posted October 12, 2012
Ether, the Southbank Centre’s celebration of musical innovation and technology, is always a broad church, but this year many of the events have a distinctly transatlantic slant. There are evenings devoted to Michael Gordon, John Cage and Christian Marclay still to come, while the BBC Concert Orchestra’s contribution with its principal conductor, Keith Lockhart, was a programme of music by Julia Wolfe.

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