SCTF Speakers Join Panels For Commemorative Events

Two Autumn 2012 events in London (on Friday 5th and Tuesday 16th October) will commemorate the centenary of the death of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, with speakers from the SCT Foundation presenting their findings on the composer’s life and works.

Friday 5th October

Victoria and Albert Museum, Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2RL, at 18.30:

Death of a Musical Genius: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Remembered

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor died 100 years ago, aged 37.  He was born to an English mother in London and a doctor from Sierra Leone. To mark this special anniversary, hear a newly commissioned celebration and talks and excerpts of Coleridge-Taylor’s music, led by prominent and talented artists, scholars and historians who will pay tribute to his musical genius.

TALKS:

Writing ‘From an English Point of View’: Coleridge-Taylor at the Royal College of Music – Dr Katy Hamilton, Junior Research Fellow in Performance History at the Royal College of Music

Shaping the Genius: Influences and Evolution of Coleridge-Taylor’s Music – Richard Gordon-Smith, Composer, Conductor and Music Educator, and Hilary Burrage, Executive Chair of the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Foundation

To Know Thy Self, Looking Beyond – Coleridge-Taylor from a Composer’s Perspective – Errollyn Wallen MBE, Composer

LIVE PERFORMANCE:

An Original Collective Laudation to the genius that was Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, with poets Malika Booker and Dorothea Smartt and ensemble Music Off Canvas – Introduced by Nkechi Ebite, The Books Project and Diana Roberts, Woodhouse Professional Development Centre Manager(RCM)

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Insight on Coleridge-Taylor – Featuring the musicians, poets, speakers from the evening, with audience Q&A.

H Beard Print Collection, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Jointly organised with the Royal College of Music, The Books Project and the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Foundation.  With special thanks to Black Cultural Archive and Historian Jeffrey Green.

£9, £6 concessions

Book on-line or call 020 7942 2211

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Tuesday 16 October

Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre, 2nd Floor, Holborn Library, 32-38 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8P, 18.30 (door open, 6pm):

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: A Free Talk with Music

Presented by

Richard Gordon-Smith (composer) and

Martin Anthony Burrage (violin, piano)

of the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Foundation, to mark the centenary of the composer’s death in the street of his birth.

Free

About Hilary Burrage

www.hilaryburrage.com https://twitter.com/HilaryBurrage https://www.linkedin.com/in/hilaryburrage/ Adjunct Professor, Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics, Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University, Chicago Global Woman P.E.A.C.E.Foundation #EndFGM Awardee 2016 for authoring two books: * ERADICATING FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (Routledge, 2015) https://www.routledge.com/Eradicating-Female-Genital-Mutilation-A-UK-Perspective/Burrage/p/book/9781472419941 Detailed text/handbook which covers all aspects of FGM eradication, drawing on material from around the globe. * FEMALE MUTILATION (New Holland, 2016) http://uk.newhollandpublishers.com/books/health/female-mutilation.html/ First hand accounts by 70 #EndFGM survivors and activists in 24 countries across 5 continents Plus contributed chapters on FGM to two other books: In the Name of Tradition (Kameel Ahmady, UnCut/Voices Press, 2016) and the International Handbook of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (Routledge, October 2019).
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1 Response to SCTF Speakers Join Panels For Commemorative Events

  1. David Hibbard says:

    Does anyone have any reminiscences recorded of the performance of Horace Stevens in the 1924 staging of Hiawatha?

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