PIANIST Duncan Honeybourne presents music by 11 neglected composers from the past 100 years in the first of two York Late Music concerts on Saturday (May 4) at the Unitarian Chapel, St Saviourgate, York.

His 1pm programme picked from A Hundred Years Of British Piano Miniatures features works by Leo Livens, Constance Warren, Arthur Butterworth and Peter Racine Fricker, among others. Along with many more, they can be heard on his release on the Naxos label.

At 7.45pm, the Dr K Ensemble perform Oliver Knussen And His Ongoing Legacy. "Knussen (1952-2018) was not only one of the most significant composers and conductors of his generation, but also the most generous to other composers at all stages of their careers," says Late Music administrator Steve Crowther.

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Tribute concert: Dr K Ensemble celebrate the music of Oliver Knussen

"For that reason, our tribute concert to him features generous amounts of his own music alongside music by composers such as Nicola LeFanu, Stef Conner, Thomas Simaku and David Lancaster."

Stef Conner will give a pre-concert talk at 6.45pm when a free glass of wine or juice will be served to those attending.

Tickets cost £5 for Honeybourne; £12, concessions £10, students £5, for Dr K Ensemble.