First Performances

First Performances

Benjamin Britten – Children’s Crusade – St. Paul’s Cathedral, May 1969 (World Premier)
Benjamin Britten – Owen Wingrave, B.B.C., November 1970
Ian Kellam – The Seven Tuesdays of Thomas – Canterbury Cathedral, December 1970
Ian Kellam – A Hymn to Jesus, with James Bowman – Salisbury Cathedral, October 1972
Ian Kellam  – The Joly Shepard (Cantata) Q.E.H., December 1971
Ian Kellam  – Incidental Music for R.S.C. production of Murder in the Cathedral – 1972
John Taverna – Experimental Music – Westminster Cathedral – July, 1970
Douglas Young – Of Birds and Beasts – R.F.H. – July 1970
Gordon Crosse – Incidental Music – Two Women of Greece – Aldeburgh Festival, June 1971
Patric Standford – Three Poems – Q.E.H., July 1968
Peter Maxwell Davies – Music for the Film The Devils, February 1971
Imogen Holst – Gypsy Davy – Aldeburgh Festival, June 1970
John Addison – Music for the Film Hamlet – America TV
Ian Kellam – Days of Grass (Cantata) – Q.E.H., 1973
John Rutter – Icicles (Cantata) – Q.E.H., 1973
Benjamin Britten – Three Ballads from Paul Bunyan – First European Performance
Ian Kellam  – Christmas Carol with words by Mary Wilson