Performances of Wild Flowers

The Finnissy Weekend

Concert 4


16:00, Sunday 24 September 2006
The Warehouse
13 Theed St
SE1 8ST London
United Kingdom

Variously described as "the most important living British composer", "a continuing inspiration" and "an underground movement", Michael Finnissy's music is a cause célébre for a generation of performers and composers. BMIC Cutting Edge presents a unique, weekend-long, 60th birthday retrospective of this prolific and virtuosic composer, in performances by many of his leading exponents.

Michael Finnissy Seterjentens Fridag 20038
Michael Finnissy Wild Flowers 197410
Michael Finnissy “n“ for ensemble 1969/72
Michael Finnissy Mississippi Hornpipes 198210
Michael Finnissy Back on Earth 2005*7

Mark Knoop & Michael Finnissy

Borealis Festival

13:00, Thursday 26 March 2009
Prøvesalen (external link)

Mark Knoop is joined by Michael Finnissy (external link) in works for four hands and two pianos.

Michael Finnissy Uncharacteristic Marches 2009*10
Kunsu Shim trace, elements (IIa) 200510
Michael Finnissy Folklore I 199212
Michael Finnissy Wild Flowers 197410
Kunsu Shim trace, elements (IIa) 200510

Wild Light

Ensemble Plus-Minus

Bath Spa University

19:30, Thursday 26 May 2011
Bath Spa University (external link)
Newton St Loe
BA2 9BN Bath
United Kingdom

A concert for two pianos and live electronics including new works by composition students at Bath Spa University (external link).

Newton Armstrong Study in Tiled Light 20108
Michael Finnissy Wild Flowers 197410



20:30, Saturday 2 June 2018
s’Aljub, Es Baluard (external link)
Palma de Mallorca

Oded Ben-Tal Beginning Middle End 2015*8
Mateu Malondra Flaquer Pulse Interpolation 1 20148
Michael Finnissy Wild Flowers 197410
John McGuire 48 Variations for Two Pianos 1976-8060
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