A Rehearsal, a Première, and a Thank You!
Nigel Morgan and the Hull Philharmonic Orchestra would like to thank all those who attended the premiere of Sounding the Deep! Many thanks are also due to those who played in or worked behind the scenes on a night that brought the project to a successful conclusion. Special thanks are also due to the Wildlife Conservation Society for granting us license to use photos from their archive at short notice.
We will have audio and visual material from the première online soon. In the meantime if anyone has comments or feedback, please leave them in the comments on this page, on Facebook or on Twitter.
Until then, here are some images from the dress rehearsals on Friday and Saturday that might give a hint as to what’s in store.
The hall, showing the orchestra and the staging for Shoals in the foreground.
James Gower rehearses the introductory 'lecture' (image of Beebe © Wildlife Conservation Society)
The Cranbrook String Quartet, rehearsing with Andrew Penny.
The Albermarle Wind Quintet, with Andrew Penny.
East Riding Senior Percussion Ensemble (with Nigel Morgan)
East Riding String Dectet, conducted by Bob Mitchell.
Lincolnshire Youth Cello Ensemble, conducted by Glenis Malkin.
Singers Yu Min Lim and Alexandra Hazard with pianist Graziana Presicce and Helga Penny.
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