Future Events


7pm, St. Leonard’s Church, E1 6JN – £7/£10

Music by Riot Ensemble’s composer-in-residence Amy Beth Kirsten has recently been described as “wildly imaginative” (NY Times) and “a tour de force” (Washington Post).  In this concert, RiotEnsemble percussionists are joined by the Juice to give the World Premiere of Amy’s new piece – she is a myth.

The concert will also feature the world premieres of the winners of an international call-for-scores: Australian composer Holly Harrison and UK composer Ben Oliver, along with an array of other music for percussion and voices including Georges Aperghis’ Corps a Corps.  Amy, Ben and Holly will introduce their pieces in conversation with Riot’s Artistic Director Aaron Holloway-Nahum.

Juice perform a new piece with electronics by Robert Fokkens as well as music by Peter Moran, Tarik O’Regan, Gabriel Jackson, Piers Hellawell, Luke Styles and Sally Whitwell.
Wednesday 26th November, Nonclassical Global Event
A Juice performance will be streamed online with twinned Nonclassical events in Sao Paulo, Zurich & Amsterdam! More info to come!


Saturday 24th January, Juice and Meinrad Iten Quartet

7.30pm @ King’s Place
Juice perform works by composer Issie Barratt with Issie and her amazing jazz ensemble.
Sunday 15th March, University of Birmingham
Ensemble singing workshops at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Wednesday 18th March, Royal Northern College of Music 
Composition workshops
Thursday 19th March, Hebden Bridge
Evening Concert
Wednesday 1st April, Juice & Amorpha Ensemble
The Forge, Camden
Monday 27th July, Three Choirs Festival
All Saints Church, Hereford – exact details TBC
Sunday 25th October, Minimalism Unwrapped
4pm @ King’s Place
Juice perform Scelsi’s Sauh I & II alongside works by Meredith Monk and Mikhail Karikis
Thursday 26th November, Minimalism Unwrapped
8pm @ King’s Place
Juice perform a new work by Patrick Brennan and Andriessen’s ‘De Staat’ with Piano Circus
Friday 27th November, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Lunchtime concert followed by workshops with conductors and singers