Andrew’s first song symphony is a work in nine movements for soprano, tenor and orchestra. The music is written in a direct and lyrical musical language, a celebration of our classical music heritage. It is a powerful and emotional piece, striking in its simplicity yet rich in raw emotion. Each of the movements addresses the […]
A Tribute to Joanna Boulter (1942 – 2019) Annie Wright It is with great sadness Vane Women are posting the news of Joanna’s death. She passed away quietly after a long illness borne with her typical courage and stoicism. Joanna was a founding member of Vane Women in 1991 and retained honorary status when she […]
Enough Light to Sing By, is a further setting of poems by the late English poet, Joanna Boulter. Each movement embraces strongly musical subjects. The titles are as follows: Wintereisse 1963 and The English Hymnal from Blue Horse , Who Is Really Listening? from On Sketty Sands, The Nightingale In Love from the Vane Women collection Love […]
Liber Regalis is a set of works composed specifically as respectful homage to the British monarchy and to celebrate the United Kingdom’s immensely important cultural and historical legacy. A work in progress, the collection currently consists of three orchestral pieces, Trooping The Colour and Flypast, Royal Lamentation and Koh-i-Noor, Mountain of Light. The last of […]
Andrew Webb-Mitchell’s Violin Concerto was given its world premiere at the Gürzenich Hall, Cologne Germany on 29 April 2018, performed by the Cologne New Philharmonic conducted by Volker Hartung and Elisabeth Basoff-Darskaja, violin. Prior to the performance, Andrew issued the following statement about the inspiration behind the work: “Whilst sketching my violin concerto in […]
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