Hamilton’s work O.A.I.R. for solo piano will be performed by Eliza McCarthy at the South Bank Centre on Saturday 25th June. Further information and tickets are available here.
London Contemporary Orchestra will perform Hamilton’s music for roger casement at St.John at Hackney on Thursday 30th June. This concert will be presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch and will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
Tickets for this event are free, but dependent on application. You can read more about the concert and how to request tickets here.
Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA takes place between 13 July and 30 July. Hamilton’s music for people who like art will feature as part of of Bang on a Can Marathon on 30 July.
Further information about performance times and festival passes is available here.
‘music for people who like art’ will be performed by the lauded Ensemble 2e2m in Paris this January.
The performance will take place at 7pm on Tuesday 19 January at AUDITORIUM MARCEL LANDOWSKI.
Further information about the performance is available HERE.
‘music for people who like art’ will be performed as part of London Contemporary Music Festival.
‘A Martian sends a postcard home’ – the concert in which Hamilton’s work will feature – takes place at 7pm on 16 December.
You can read about the concert here; tickets are available here.
This December 1st, Oliver Coates will premiere ‘music for losers’ – a new piece by Andrew Hamilton for solo cello.
This premiere will feature at Kammer Klang, hosted at Cafe Oto.
Further information about the concert is available here and tickets are available here.
Dancehall, Andrew Hamilton’s recent collaboration with Irish choreographer Emma Martin, will premiere at Dublin Theatre Festival this Autumn.
In this hourlong performance, two artforms unite in an unconstrained bombastic poem – at once classical and hardcore, noble and reckless. It manifests the contagious and vital energy that is revealed through the union of dance and music, both having been created for one another.
Hamilton’s music for Dancehall will be performed by a trio from Ireland’s inimitable Crash Ensemble.
Performances will take place at the Samuel Beckett Theatre in Trinity College, Dublin, from Thursday 8 October to Sunday 11 October.
For more information, including performance times and ticket sales, visit: https://www.dublintheatrefestival.com/Online/Dancehall