New article on John Cage for The Catholic Herald

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Matthew Schellhorn's latest piece for The Catholic Herald explores silence, the Mass and John Cage.

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In the article, he explores the notion that 'music is the silence between the notes'.

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New CD of works by Patrick Nunn

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Matthew Schellhorn features on a new CD of works by award-winning composer Patrick Nunn.

Morphosis

Partnering Sarah Mason (percussion), Maria Oldak (violin) and the composer himself (electronics), Matthew Schellhorn performs Transilent Fragments and Isochronos, of which he gave the World Premiere in 2010.

Composer Patrick Nunn writes: "This CD showcases a selection of solo and duo works written between 1998 and 2015. Spanning seventeen years of creative development, the works represent a clear distillation of musical thought that aims to express musical ideas as evolutionary objects along a temporal trajectory."

Full disc details

Ian Wilson World Premiere available on BBC Radio 3

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Matthew Schellhorn's recent concerto performance in Belfast with the Ulster Orchestra and conductor David Brophy is still available to listen to on the BBC Radio 3 website.

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Listen online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06yjfgj

World Premiere broadcast on BBC Radio 3

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Matthew Schellhorn's recent concerto performance in Belfast with the Ulster Orchestra and conductor David Brophy will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 next week.

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Hear the World Premiere of Ian Wilson's Mutazione on Saturday 30 January 2016 at 22:15.

Programme website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnsx

Concert at the Chelsea Arts Club

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Matthew Schellhorn and soprano Susanna Fairbairn are performing in a concert at the Chelsea Arts Club on Sunday 24 January 2016 at 18:00.

Debussy Ariettes oubliées
Joseph Horovitz Lady Macbeth
Judith Weir King Harald's Saga
R. Strauss Säusle, liebe Myrte; Als mir dein Lied erklang
Joseph Horovitz Zum elften März

Chelsea Arts Club is a private members Club for artists in the heart of London. Established in 1891, the Club has occupied the same house in Old Church Street since 1902. As well as painters, sculptors and architects the Club numbers designers, photographers, film makers, poets, writers, dancers, actors and musicians amongst its 3,700 Members.

The concert is private but there is a limited number of tickets priced at £10. If you would like to attend please send a message to Matthew Schellhorn via his website or @schellhornmusic.

Club website: http://chelseaartsclub.com/