Author Archives: Nigel
Phil Legard writes: Since 2009 I’ve been involved behind the scenes on Sounding the Deep, supporting the project in a wide range of capacities. Therefore, it was unfortunate that I was unable to make it to the première performance! A small consolation has, however, been to work with the recordings of the rehearsals and live [...]
We have just finished adding live recordings of Shoals to YouTube! The videos are embedded below, roughly in the sequence of their performance at the premiere of Sounding the Deep on March 17th. The only major difference is that the five movements of Blaze were split up to create ‘interludes’ between each piece. A montage [...]
Nigel Morgan and the Hull Philharmonic Orchestra would like to thank all those who attended the premiere of Sounding the Deep!
Continuing our guest blogs, here are some thoughts on the school workshops for Sounding the Deep.
On Monday 5 March the East Riding Music Centre’s Percussion Ensemble met for their first rehearsal of Blaze
Phil Legard writes:
Continuing our guest contributor blogs, here are Event Manager Graham Henderson’s thoughts on his role within the project:
In October, Nigel Morgan and Phil Legard visited Hull College to brief students
The Yorkshire Post yesterday included a feature about on Shoals, the series of compositions for student ensembles involved with Sounding the Deep. You can read the feature here. From the business news there is also a feature on Sounding the Deep and it’s support from BP, Saltend. Read it here.
Here is the first in a series of guest blogs from collaborators in the Sounding the Deep project.