“spine-tingling beauty and conviction”

Platinum Consort will be performing at St Giles Cripplegate, in the heart of the City of London, on Friday 16th November, in a programme featuring three world premieres – two works by Platinum’s composer-in-residence, Richard Bates, and one by David Ianni. Following on from their stunning concert at King’s Place (which I had the great pleasure of reviewing), this promises to be a fabulous evening of choral music, in a beautiful setting. For a taster, Platinum Consort have released a short film:

To coincide with this concert, I will be publishing my Meet the Artist interview with David Ianni, composer of ‘Consecration Prayer’, together with a guest post by Scott on the excitement and challenges of working on new commissions.

Further details of the concert and tickets here

My review of Platinum Consort’s concert at King’s Place

Choral octet Platinum Consort made their King’s Hall debut with an impressive and impeccably prepared concert of music for, or inspired by, the Tenebrae tradition. Read my full review here.

My Meet the Artist interviews with Platinum’s founder/director Scott Inglis-Kidger and Composer-in-Residence, Richard Bates.


Image credit: Platinum Consort © Edward Carr