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Saturday
Nov112017

Emma leads the Blue Planet Orchestra at the Barbican.

Emma is thrilled to be leading the Blue Planet Orchestra in the London premiere of a new choral symphony by composer and pianist Roland Perrin, as part of the London Jazz Festival in its 25th edition.
Inspired by the Amazon River and region – its topography, its multitude of flora and fauna, the mystery of its remote tribes and the experiences of the different people arriving from afar – Rio Amazonas is also an inner reflection on our primal selves; symphonic architecture realised by jazz trio, massed choirs and string orchestra.
Barbican Hall, 12th November - 15:00.
Saturday
Oct072017

EMMA IN CONCERTI AT ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS

Emma will be playing the solo Violin 2 parts in Concertos by Vivaldi and Bach in concert with the Trafalgar Sinfonia on November 30th 2017 at St Martin in the Fields.

The programme is:

Handel – Overture from Alcina
Vivaldi – Concerto for Two Violins Op 3 No 8
Bach – Air ‘on the G String’
Rutter – Suite for Strings
Bach – Concerto for Violin in A minor
Vivaldi – Concerto for Four Violins Op 3 No 7
Handel – Concerto Grosso Op 6 No 12
Corelli – Christmas Concerto Op 6 No 8
Bach – Concerto for Two Violins in D minor

Trafalgar Sinfonia
Tetuumi Nagata and Emma Blanco Violins

Ivor Setterfield Conductor

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Saturday
Oct072017

Emma leads Trafalgar Sinfonia

Emma is thrilled to be leading the Trafalgar Sinfonia in a vibrant programme at St Martin in the Fields on 20th October 2017. The programme includes two exciting 4-violin concertos by Vivaldi.

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Friday
Sep012017

EMMA LEADS PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

On Sunday 8th October, for the very first time the iconic silent film The Phantom of The Opera will be screened with the premiere of a score by legendary musician and film composer Roy Budd. This is a not to be missed one-off event with Emma leading the Docklands Sinfonia, conducted by Spencer Down.

As a child prodigy performer, Budd debuted at the Coliseum in 1953 at 6 years of age. 64 years later, it is only fitting that the Coliseum will again play host to Budd in what is arguably his greatest achievement – a grand soundtrack for a full orchestra with several themes and leitmotifs that pay tribute to the great composers of the concert hall and screen, while at the same time being unmistakably the work of its inspired creator.

Budd tragically and unexpectedly passed away in 1993 at 46 years old, five weeks shy of the original premiere which never eventuated due to his passing. 24 years later, Emma and the Docklands Sinfonia are proud to be performing the premiere of his masterpiece work.

Tickets are available to purchase through the London Coliseum box office only (not through the Docklands Sinfonia box office).

For more information, please contact the London Coliseum on 020 7845 9300 or box.office@eno.org

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 * Please note this is a silent film with music performance only. 

Tuesday
Aug012017

bach double violin concerto at st martin-in-the-fields

Emma is to perform the Concerto in D minor for Two Violins at St-Martin-in-the-Fields with Helen Davies and the Belmont Ensemble, on August 10th. Emma is a regular member of the Belmont Ensemble, but this will be her Concerto debut at St-Martin-in-the-Fields.