This new video gives prospective conductors the most useful piece of advice they could ever have: when conducting the most important thing is to listen as deeply as is humanly possible. Made as a prelude to #TheDeepListeningProject
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David is delighted to announce that Arts Council England have awarded funding to increase the accessibility and impact of Ravi Shankar’s Opera Sukanya. David completed and premiered the work in May 2017 featuring a company of 100 people to great acclaim. However, Ravi Shankar had a further vision for the work – he wanted it to … Read more
Following the success of the first part of Roots of Fire in collaboration with Amjad Ali Khan, David Murphy and his orchestra Sinfonia Verdi will be reunited this November with the sarod master for a UK tour. Once again working to create new music inspired by east and west traditions, Roots of Fire II will … Read more
David Murphy and his orchestra Sinfonia Verdi are teaming up with the UK Centre for Carnival Arts to host a free music club this summer for parents and toddlers. Groups of parents and toddlers in Luton will come together for four weeks during June and July 2017 for a unique mini-series of fun-packed playtime. Parents … Read more
David Murphy and Ravi Shankar’s final opera Sukanya were highly praised in reviews of the World Premiere tour across the UK, culminating in a performance at London’s Royal Festival Hall as part of the Southbank Centre’s Alchemy Festival. ‘A delightful evening of pure escapism’ Ivan Hewitt, The Telegraph, 13 May 2017 ★★★★☆ ‘The mix of … Read more
Ahead of Roots of Fire in Goa last month, The Times of India interviewed David Murphy on his collaborations with Indian classical musicians. ‘Elaborating on the difficulties of conducting an Indian virtuoso, Murphy says, “The role of the conductor is to be able to enable both, the orchestra and the Indian musician, to be able … Read more