Music Packages 2013/14

Live at LICA, based on the Lancaster University campus, hosts international musicians, orchestras and bands between October and March each year. 

Discover a varied programme of new music, jazz, opera chamber music and orchestra concerts. 

Pick one of our music packages below and save 15%  Alternatively click on the concert links and you can buy tickets for each individual concert. 

Jazz and Cabaret

Some smooth classics and fresh jazz

1. Mary Carewe & Manchester Camerata (14.11.13)
This programme delves into the world of Berlin cabaret and political theatre between 1900-1933 and then beyond.

2. Julian Joseph Trio (21.11.13)
Hailed as one of the finest pianists to emerge this side of the Atlantic, for over two decades Julian Joseph has been a towering figure in contemporary jazz.

3. Cabaret Vérité (20.2.14)
Chanteuse Bethany Jameson invites you to explore the back streets of Paris, a glimpse of underground Buenos Aires and some show-stopping chansons.

4. National Youth Jazz Orchestra (20.3.14)
Following their hugely successful appearance three years ago, we welcome the National Youth Jazz Orchestra back to Lancaster.

Buy all 4 concerts in our jazz package and save 15%

Drama & Excitement 

Stories and Journeys

1. Henry V by Chetham's Symphony Orchestra with David Threlfall (17.10.13)
The orchestra return to Lancaster with renowned British actor David Threlfall (Channel 4's Shameless) as narrator for a performance of William Walton's Henry V.

2. Heroines by Clara Mouriz & Joseph Middleton (7.11.13)
This programme is inspired by women of distinguished courage, ability and noble qualities explored through song in quasi-operatic settings for voice and piano.

3. Strange Harmony of Love by I fagiolini (30.1.14)
I Fagiolini is a British solo-voice ensemble specialising in Renaissance and contemporary music.

4. Cabaret Vérité (20.2.14)
Chanteuse Bethany Jameson invites you to explore the back streets of Paris, a glimpse of underground Buenos Aires and some show-stopping chansons.

Buy all 4 concerts in our drama & excitement package and save 15%

Intimate & Romantic

Moving Chamber Music

1. Celebrity Recital: Pascal Roge (24.10.13)
One of the world’s great interpreters of French piano music leads us through an evening saturated with a selection of France’s finest.

2. Lawrence Power & Simon Crawford-Phillips (31.10.13)
An evening with Lawrence Power (Viola) and Simon Crawford-Phillips (Piano).

3. Simón Bolívar String Quartet (5.12.13)
The Simón Bolívar String Quartet have worked with such musical personalities as Gustavo Dudamel, Claudio Abbado and Sir Simon Rattle.

4. Quartetto di Cremona (6.2.14)
The Quartetto di Cremona are renowned for their mature and lyrical sound, something which is, in part, due to the set of magnificent Cremonese instruments which they are privileged to perform on.

5. Retorica Violin Duo (6.3.14)
The violin duo, Retorica, have brought together a dynamic palate of works, including the spectacular Handel/Halvorsen duo and works by both the great Sergei Prokofiev and the premiere of a new work by his great grandson, Gabriel.
 

Buy all 5 concerts in our Intimate & Romantic package and save 15%

Something New

Contemporary Music to broaden your horizons

1. Powerplant (28.11.13)
Powerplant is an inspiring collaboration of British artists, comprising Joby Burgess' playing and electronics with sound design by Matthew Fairclough and visuals by Kathy Hinde.

2. Juice and Tangent (13.2.14)
Award-winning experimental vocal trio Juice and jazz/classical quintet Tangent present a programme drawing from classical, world music, jazz, folk, pop, improvisation and theatre.

3. Fidelio Trio (27.2.14)
The Fidelio Trio is one of the leading international piano trios playing a diverse range of classical and contemporary music

4. Retorica Vioin Duo (6.3.14)
The violin duo, Retorica, have brought together a dynamic palate of works, including the spectacular Handel/Halvorsen duo and works by both the great Sergei Prokofiev and the premiere of a new work by his great grandson, Gabriel.

Buy all 4 concerts in our Something New package and save 15%

The Concert Programmers Choice

Fiona Sinclair our Artistic Director (Music) picks her top four concerts.

1. Henry V by Chetham's Symphony Orchestra with David Threlfall (17.10.13)
The orchestra return to Lancaster with renowned British actor David Threlfall (Channel 4's Shameless) as narrator for a performance of William Walton's Henry V.

2. Simón Bolívar String Quartet (5.12.13)
The Simón Bolívar String Quartet have worked with such musical personalities as Gustavo Dudamel, Claudio Abbado and Sir Simon Rattle.

3. Strange Harmony of Love by I fagiolini (30.1.14)
I Fagiolini is a British solo-voice ensemble specialising in Renaissance and contemporary music.

4. Brecon Baroque (13.3.14)
Brecon Baroque specialise in the music of J.S. Bach and his contemporaries, mostly as a one-to-a-part ensemble based on the Cafe Zimmerman ensemble and also appear as a small baroque orchestra for Vivaldi, Telemann, Purcell and Handel.

Buy all 4 concerts in our Programmers Choice and save 15%