Fri, Jan 10 2014 10:26
Vine for solo harpsichord has been selected as joint winner of the Horniman Museum Composition Competition and was premiered by Jane Chapman at the Museum on 29th January alongside the other winning piece, The Sprawl, by Adam W. Stafford. The competition was set up to inaugurate a new exhibition of musical instruments, including the 1772 Jacob Kirckman harpsichord on which the new pieces were performed. It was adjudicated by Alexander Goehr, Rhiann Samuel and Jane Chapman. The opening speech was given by Sir Peter Bazalgette who also presented the prizes.