Tim Murray


Kurt Weill, Street Scene

Théâtre  du Châtelet, Paris
Orchestre Pasdeloup
Choeur du Châtelet
25th, 27th, 29th, 31st January

Share 24 hours in the life of a 1940's New York City tenement on a hot summer's day with an eighty-strong cast, full choir and orchestra.

A glorious blend of Broadway musical and American opera, Street Scene won the first ever Tony Award for Weill, confirming him as one of the 20th century's most original and popular composers. His score features scintillating show tunes, operatic arias, jazz, the blues and spirituals. Adapted by Elmer Rice from his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, with lyrics by the great poet of Harlem Langston Hughes.

Salisbury Sinfonia

Saturday 9th February 2013, 7.30pm
St. Thomas’ Church, Salisbury

Myaskovsky Serenade op.32 no. 1
Kabalevsky Cello Concerto no. 1 in G minor
Mendelssohn Symphony no. 3 ‘Scottish’

Kurt Weill, Street Scene

Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona
Orquestra Simfònica i Cor del Gran Teatre del Liceu
1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th March

Salisbury Sinfonia

Saturday 11th May 2013, 7.30pm
St. Thomas’ Church, Salisbury

Berlioz Overture Beatrice and Benedict
Mozart Violin Concerto no. 3 in G major
Schubert Symphony no. 8 ‘Unfinished’
Beethoven Overture Leonore no. 3

Rambert Dance Company

Evening of New Choreography

Tuesday 14th May 2013, 7.30pm
Queen Elizabeth Hall

Following Rambert's sell-out 2012 season of new choreography in Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall, the company returns with four brand new works created by its versatile dancers.

Gerald Barry -The Importance of Being Earnest

Royal Opera House, Linbury Studio Theatre
14th June  - 22nd June 2013

Britten Sinfonia

Director Ramin  Gray
Set Designer Johannes  Schütz
Lighting Designer Franz  David
Costume Designer Christina  Cunningham

The Royal Opera presents the first UK staging of Irish composer Gerald Barry’s gleefully inventive opera The Importance of Being Earnest. The work had its concert premiere in London in 2012 and was met with huge acclaim.

Barry’s hyperactive score storms through a range of genres: everything from modernism to avant-garde to baroque. Memorable moments include Gwendolen and Cecily’s battle of wits performed through megaphones, to the accompaniment of 40 rhythmically smashed plates. Director Ramin Gray brings this virtuosic opera to the Linbury Studio Theatre in a wonderfully spirited production.

BBC Singers

BBC Proms Inspire Day in Choral Composition
Royal College of Music
14th August, 2.00pm

BBC Proms
Royal Albert Hall
28th August, 7.00pm
BBC Symphony Orchestra, Josep Pons, conductor

Tim will be working as chorus master on works by Stravinsky and Charlotte Seither

Royal Opera House

9th - 28th September  2013

Puccini - Turandot

Tim will be assisting on this production of Puccini's final opera

Cape Philharmonic Orchestra

5th October 2013, 7.30pm
Artscape Theatre, Cape Town, South Africa 

National Youth Music Competition 2013, Gala Concert

Cape Town Opera

7th - 18th October 2013

Tim will be working with Cape Town Opera in preparation for their performances in Bordeaux in 2014

Royal Welsh College Symphony Orchestra
National Dance Company of Wales

5th - 6th November 2013, 7.30pm
Donald Gordon Theatre, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Mark Bowden - Heartland

Julian Warburton - percussion


Salisbury Sinfonia

16th November 2013, 7.30pm
St. Francis' Church, Salisbury 

Wagner - Siegfried Idyll
Sibelius - Suite: ‘Pelleas and Melisande’
Tippett - Little Music for Strings
Haydn - Symphony no. 45, ‘Farewell’

Royal Opera House

11th December 2013 - 7th January 2014
Duchess Theatre, London 

Ward / Tuckett - The Wind in the Willows

Chroma Ensemble

Details of performances here:-