2022

13 January 1:00pm

Matthew Schellhorn piano and Philippa Mo, violin

Imperial College London

Read Lecture Theatre, Level 5, Sherfield Building (South Kensington Campus)

Olivier Messiaen Fantaisie

Ian Wilson  Spilliaert's Beach

Edward Elgar Violin Sonata in E minor Op 82

Tickets: entry free to all

UPROAR - Scenes from a Street TOUR

12 February   Bangor Music Festival

25 February   Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

25 March    Canolfan y Celfyddydau Aberystwyth Arts Centre

8 April      Priory Centre, Abergavenny

Guto Puw Popping Candy

Joseph Davies Collider

Carlijn Metselaar Forest Bathing

Unsuk Chin Gougalon

Du Yun Impeccable Quake

At the heart of UPROAR’s latest project are three brand new commissions from three outstanding Welsh composers.

And...

Two celebrated international classical composers, multi-award winning Korean composer, Unsuk Chin’s Gougalon and Pulitzer Prize winning composer, Du Yun’s Impeccable Quake, will be performed for the first time in Wales.

https://www.uproar.org.uk/project-page

 

12 March 7:30pm

13 March 7:30pm

The Ariel Centre, Totnes

Violin Concerto 'STREAM-SHINE'

by Colin Riley

Philippa Mo, Solo Violin

The Torbay Symphony Orchestra

Conductor, Richard Gonski

3 April 1:15pm

Celebrating Australian Music

All Saints' Church

Jesus Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8BP

Philippa Mo, violin

Gabriella Dall'Olio, harp

Programme to include works by Nigel Westlake and Wendy Hiscocks

2021

10 July 4:00pm Nature's Inspiration

Wolterton Park, Norfolk

The Wolterton Ensemble

Hannah Perowne, Philippa Mo, violins

Nic Pendlebury, Virginia Slater, violas

Rudi de Groote, Jonathan Ayling, cellos

Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending

Giacomo Puccini Crisantemi

Antonin Dvorak Sextet in A major

11 July 4:00pm Russian Romance

Wolterton Park, Norfolk

The Wolterton Ensemble

Hannah Perowne, Philippa Mo, violins

Nic Pendlebury, Virginia Slater, violas

Rudi de Groote, Jonathan Ayling, cellos

Alexander Borodin Sextet in A major

Hugo Wolf Italian Serenade

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence

1 September 4:00pm and 7:30pm

St Andrew's Church, Grinton

Swaledale Festival

Philippa Mo, violin & William Towers, countertenor

In what is the cathedral of Swaledale, two stellar musicians perform uplifting music spanning nine centuries, from Hildegarde von Bingen, Purcell, Tartini and Telemann to Berio and Britten.

Tickets: www.swalefest.org

25 September 7:30pm

Ely Cathedral,Cambridgeshire, UK

Violin Concerto 'STREAM-SHINE' (WORLD PREMIERE)

by Colin Riley

Solo violin Philippa Mo

Ely Sinfonia

Conductor, Steve Bingham

Tickets : www.elycathedral.org/events/ely-sinfonia-stream-shine

 

13 October 7:30pm

Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa

OZ & ARMONICO: GIN & PHONIC!

The Oz & Armonico team investigate the highs and lows (mainly highs) of the relationship between gin, music and humans over the centuries.

International wine expert, author and TV presenter Oz Clarke returns to host the perfect evening of music, gin, incredible facts and blunt fiction.

Enjoy a glass of gin or two to the backdrop of Purcell, Handel and Dowland whilst
learning of the incredible takes of human endeavour and failure which have given us one of the most celebrated resurgences in alcoholic modern history.

15 October 7:30pm

Bradfield College, Berkshire

Partita, Fantasia, Caprice

Solo violin  Philippa Mo

Bach Partita in B minor

Telemann Fantasia no.9

Prokofiev Sonata for Solo Violin

Naji Hakim Sonate pour Violon Seul

23 October 7:30pm

The Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond, North Yorkshire

Partita, Fantasia, Caprice

Solo violin  Philippa Mo

Bach Partita in B minor

Telemann Fantasia no.9

Biber Passacaglia

Naji Hakim WORLD PREMIERE Toccata

Prokofiev Sonata for Solo Violin

Naji Hakim Sonate pour Violon Seul

Tickets: https://georgiantheatreroyal.savoysystems.co.uk/GeorgianTheatreRoyal.dll/

6 November 7:30 pm

The Octagon Theatre, Yeovil

ARMONICO CONSORT & ORCHESTRA

DIRECTOR | CHRISTOPHER MONKS

LEADER | PHILIPPA MO

The Armed Man, Karl Jenkins

Commissioned by the Royal Armouries to mark the new millennium, Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man is dedicated to the victims of the Kosovo conflict, whose tragedy was unfolding as it was being composed. Blending genres and cultures, and embracing the full range of emotions that the war evokes, Jenkins conveys a powerful message for world peace.

Tickets: https://www.octagon-theatre.co.uk/whats-on/all-shows/ccs-karl-jenkins-the-armed-man/8601/#

10 November 7:00 pm

Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

ARMONICO CONSORT & ORCHESTRA

DIRECTOR | CHRISTOPHER MONKS

LEADER | PHILIPPA MO

The Armed Man, Karl Jenkins

Commissioned by the Royal Armouries to mark the new millennium, Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man is dedicated to the victims of the Kosovo conflict, whose tragedy was unfolding as it was being composed. Blending genres and cultures, and embracing the full range of emotions that the war evokes, Jenkins conveys a powerful message for world peace.

For the Warwick Arts Centre performance, we will be joined by the forces of over 400 children from our AC Academy choirs in the region, helping recreate the performance initially intended by the composer.

Tickets: https://www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/whats-on/the-armed-man-armonico-consort-ac-academy-1817/