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Kate Waring & Judith Weir at the Cambridge Music Conference 2002

Kate Waring & Judith Weir, now Master of the Queen’s Music, at the Cambridge Music Conference 2002

 

Kate with Christopher Arpin with whom she played many concerts for flute & piano. Chris also premiered many of Kate's keyboard works in Germany

Kate with Christopher Arpin, pianist with the Bonn Opera and Beethovenhalle Orchestra, with whom she played many concerts for flute & piano. Chris also premiered many of Kate’s works in Germany

 

Amy Klohr is Kate's co-producer on recent operas. They clown around in the Cambridge GOAT Orchestra which earned megabucks for Médecins Sans Frontières.

Amy Klohr is Kate’s co-producer on recent operas. They clown around in the Cambridge GOAT Orchestra which earned megabucks for Médecins Sans Frontières.

 

Klaus Loehrer & Polly Case-Loehrer with Kate in Cologne

Klaus Loehrer (contrabassoon) & Polly Case-Loehrer (cello) with Kate in Cologne

 

Kate signing autographs after the premiere of her Scenes of Childhood for string quartet at the Cologne Philharmonie

Kate signing autographs after the premiere of her Scenes of Childhood for string quartet at the Cologne Philharmonie

 

Signing autographs at the Cologne Philharmonie

Signing autographs at the Cologne Philharmonie

 

More autographs at the Cologne Philharmonie

More autographs at the Cologne Philharmonie

 

Harpist Catherine Thomas after performing Kate's Immortal Words of Sappho

Harpist Catherine Thomas after premiering Kate’s Immortal Words of Sappho with 3 dancers & narrator in West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge

 

Kate with Howard Skempton & Else Torpe at a Cambridge Music Conference

Kate with Howard Skempton – composer & Else Torpe – soprano at a Cambridge Music Conference

 

Dinos Constantinides with Kate after the World Premiere of Primordial Progressions

Dinos Constantinides with Kate after the World Premiere of Primordial Progressions with the Louisiana Sinfonietta

 

Kate & Dinos Constantinides who taught her a lot!

Kate & Dinos Constantinides in his office at LSU. He taught her a lot!

 

Team in Germany of The Wish Fish, 2003

Team at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen, Germany of The Wish Fish, 2004, a mixed-media work with dance, music & animation with German & British teams collaborating on Kate’s project.

 

Kate Waring & Joanna MacGregor at an Action for Children's Arts event

Kate Waring & pianist Joanna MacGregor at an Action for Children’s Arts event

 

Manon Streichquartet in the Cologne Philharmonie, premiere of Scenes of Childhood

Manon Streichquartet in the Cologne Philharmonie, after the premiere of Scenes of Childhood

 

The late Canadian cellist Catherine Carmack who commissioned many of Kate's works for cello

The late Canadian cellist Catherine Carmack who, with her sister Elizabeth, commissioned many of Kate’s works for cello

 

Scene from Are Women People? with Hazel Neighbour, Jessica Lawrence-Hares & Simon Wilson (LtoR)

Scene from Are Women People? with Hazel Neighbour, Simon Wilson & Jessica Lawrence-Hares (LtoR)

 

Scene from the premiere in the Hughes Hall Pavilion Room in Cambridge, England of Are Women People? with Hazel Neighbour, Jessica Lawrence-Hares & Simon Wilson (LtoR)

Scene from the 2014 premiere in the Hughes Hall Pavilion Room in Cambridge, England of Are Women People? with Hazel Neighbour, Jessica Lawrence-Hares & Simon Wilson (LtoR)

 

Hazel Neighbour in the 2015 premiere of Porcelain & Pink

Hazel Neighbour sings & whistles in the bathtub in the 2015 premiere of Porcelain & Pink

 

Jessica Lawrence-Hares & Hazel Neighbour fight over the towel in Porcelain & Pink

Jessica Lawrence-Hares & Hazel Neighbour fight over the towel in Porcelain & Pink

 

James Proctor tries to impress Hazel Neigbour in Porcelain & Pink

James Proctor tries to impress Hazel Neigbour in Porcelain & Pink

 

Sarah Bowden-clarinet, Alex Reid-piano, Jon Fistein-cello/ Instrumental trio for "Are Women People?" & "Porcelain & Pink"

Sarah Bowden-clarinet, Alex Reid-piano, Jon Fistein-cello/ Instrumental trio for “Are Women People?” & “Porcelain & Pink”

 

A happy composer after the premiere of Porcelain & Pink

A happy composer after the premiere of Porcelain & Pink

 

 

 

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