Sunday, 16th July
2:30pm & 4:30pm
We present our annual Family Concert for young ones and their adults! Join the MishMash Ensemble on a delightful musical journey designed for 7 to 11-year-olds and their families. Experience the charm of the wind quintet as they bring to life a performance filled with warmth, excitement and magic.
Be mesmerized by Paquito D’rivera’s Aires Tropicales, let G.F. Handel’s Sonata for Oboe envelop you in its welcoming embrace, whilst Valerie Coleman’s Red Clay and Mississippi Delta transports you through classical chamber music into the blues of the deep south.
Feel the vibrant energy of Gyorgy Ligeti’s Bagatelles as they ignite the stage with dynamic and thrilling rhythms and let Judith Weir’s Mountain Airs carry you to the majestic Scottish Higlands. This magical performance by the MishMash Ensemble promises an engaging and captivating experience for the whole family.
Where: Squire Performing Arts Centre, Arboretum Street, Nottingham NG1 4JB
When: 2:30pm and 4:30pm. This performance lasts approximately 45 minutes without interval.
Tickets: £6 General admission. Suitable for All Ages!
MishMash Ensemble 2023:
Rosanna Ter-Berg: Flute and Piccolo
Timothy Keasley: Oboe and Cor Anglais
Benjamin Garalnick: French Horn
Daria Philipps: Bassoon
Poppy Beddoe: Clarinets
Since 2015 MishMash Productions has reached thousands of children across the UK. Alongside performing in theatres and concert venues (such as The Gulbenkian, Kings Place, The Albany, The SAGE Gateshead, Theatr Clwyd, and the Big Bang Festival Dublin), we tour our productions to schools and libraries using pop-up sets to transform familiar spaces. We fulfill our mission to engage and inspire children and young people with high quality live music.
MishMash Productions has travelled to Norway representing the UK at the prestigious international YAMSession Festival; toured our production Smile across the UK; delivered R&D with partners including the Royal Northern Sinfonia, the Scottish Ensemble and Chineke! Foundation; delivered a training programme for 9 professional musicians; and premiered a new production String in collaboration with the Gildas String Quartet.