[Postponed] Composer Portrait: Eduardo R. Miranda

May 1, 2020 | 6:00 pm 8:00 pm
The House, ICCMR Studio, University of Plymouth

This event has been postponed due to the COVID-19 situation. New date and venue to be announced shortly.

Entrance free. Booking required. Note: Small venues with limited space. Please e-mail nuria.bonet@plymouth.ac.uk to reserve your place.

Acclaimed pianist Lauryna Sablevicute plays Miranda’s iconic compositions for piano and electronics, including Mozart Reloaded, commissioned by BBC Concert Orchestra for BBC Radio 3’s “The Genius of Mozart” season in 2010. Grain Streams, was composed in 1997 with pioneering Artificial Intelligence software. Inspired by Dostoevsky’s novella Letters from the Underworld, Miranda’s Sounds from Underground was composed at Banff Centre, Canada, for pianist Luciane Cardassi.

Lauryna Sableviciute studied at the Vilnius Conservatoire in Lithuania. She is currently based in Manchester and teaches piano at Royal Northern College of Music. Lauryna is actively involved in introducing audiences to new works by composers from around the world, including premieres from Ennio Morricone (Italy), Yuri Kasparov (Russia), Eduardo Miranda (Brazil) and Graciela Paraskevaidís (Uruguay). Besides her deep interest in Contemporary repertoire she continues to perform works from the Classical and Romantic periods. She is an accompanist for BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. And in 2016 Lauryna was appointed as an accompanist for the string summer school “Play On” with Nicola Benedetti at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS).