2011 Conference Social Events

Monday 18 April 2011, 18:30 – 21:30 (Windsor Auditorium)

Tango+ by CHROMA

Manuel de Falla - Canciones Populares Espagnoles Charlie Piper - Bordello (written for CHROMA premiered Kettle’s Yard 16 May 2010)
Astor Piazzolla - Milonga del Angel
David Bruce - Saudades (commissioned by CHROMA, premiered Ilford Cloister 25 June 2010)
Mark Bowden - Root of the Wind (written for CHROMA premiered Kettle’s Yard 16 May 2010)
Astor Piazzolla - Libertango
Stuart King (clarinet) Karen Street (accordion) Tom Hankey (violin)
Oliver Wilson (viola) Clare O’Connell (cello) Elena Hull (bass)
Producer - Claire Shovelton

Founded in 1997, CHROMA is a dynamic, critically acclaimed chamber ensemble featuring
some of Britain’s most outstanding musicians, known for the passion it brings to contemporary works, its vivid renderings of classic pieces and its diverse participation/learning activity. CHROMA is resident at Cardiff University and Royal Holloway University of London.

“a tantalising playfulness leaves you feeling exhilarated, if a little clumsy by comparison”
Guy Dammann The Guardian 2010

“the top-notch chamber ensemble CHROMA”
Erica Jeal, The Guardian

Monday 18 April 2011, 21:00 – 23:45 (Medecine Bar, next to the HUB)

Undergraduated Quartet

Chris Whiter (saxophone) Oliver Cross (bass)
Jake Gill (guitar) Adam Williams (drums)
Showcasing the very best of young jazz talent at Royal Holloway, the Undergraduated Quartet offer an eclectic mix of jazz and latin music. Between them, the players of the quartet perform regularly in venues around Egham, London and Oxford in various groups, and are highly skilled in a range of styles.

Tuesday 19 April 2011, 19:30 – 20:30 (Windsor Building)

Reception

All delegates are invited to the reception in the Windsor Foyer by the Royal Economic Society.

Tuesday 19 April 2011, 20:30 – 22:30 (Founders Dining Hall, HUB Dining Hall)

Gala Dinner

The guests attending dinner will be in either the Founders Dining Hall, for which you will
be issued a Red place card. Or you will be seated in the HUB Dining Hall, for which you will be
issued a Blue place card. Cards may be swapped with colleagues should you wish to change
location. However once a location has filled to capacity staff on the doors will not allow further
guests to dine in a location that is full.

Every day of the Conference, Guided Tours (Meet - outside Windsor Building)

Guided tours of the campus including the picture gallery and the chapel will take place during
the conference at the following times:
Monday 10:00-11:00
Tuesday 15:00-16:00
Wednesday 14:00-15:00
Guide: Richard Williams
Free of charge
Please meet in front of the conference banners outside the Windsor building. Tours leave
promptly at the allotted time and will be on a first come first serve basis (max 35 per tour)

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