The Swan Night Owl: Drapers’ Hall, CoventryThe Infernal MachineThursday 26 May 2022: 7.30 pm Drapers' Hall, Coventry Bayley Lane, Coventry, CV1 5RNTickets: £16:50, £8 (Concessions) and £10 (Family) Book Now About the ConcertAlthough Sir Thomas Beecham likened the sound of a harpsichord to “two skeletons copulating on a tin roof” there is no denying its indispensable role in the history of ...
Passionate About Audience Exclusivity
Formed in 1995, Orchestra of the Swan is a British chamber orchestra which, under the artistic direction of David Le Page, is passionate about audience inclusivity and blurring the lines between genres, through its adventurous and accessible programming.
Passionate About New Music
The Swan presents over 45 concerts a year – both live and digital with a catalogue of over 20 recordings. We are passionate about new music and has premiered more than 70 new works by composers including Joe Cutler, Tansy Davies, Joe Duddell, Alexander Goehr, Roxanna Panufnik, Joseph Phibbs, Dobrinka Tabakova, Errollyn Wallen, Huw Watkins, John Woolrich and many others.
From 14th Century Street Music to Joy Division
Our latest album Labyrinths, named ‘Album of the Week’ by Scala Radio, has received both critical and popular acclaim, with tracks from the album having been streamed over a million times since its recent release and the album nearly 2 million times. The concert and album draw together diverse repertoire from the medieval 14th-century street music of La Rotta to contemporary compositions by Nico Muhly, Trish Clowes and the orchestra’s own David Le Page, whose bespoke orchestral arrangements unite the wide-ranging works across the album.