Radius no longer directly gives concerts. However, when we did...
A Radius chamber music concert typically involved pairing world premieres (indicated by an asterisk in the detailed listings below) of works by living composers with works by 20th century masters.
A high quality printed programme containing details notes, essays, and photographs along with the usual biographies was provided, often free of charge; PDFs of these programmes are linked below. Radius concerts were also been accompanied by eye-catching posters, also reproduced here.
Wigmore Hall, London: 20th April 2007 / Holywell Music Room, Oxford: 25th April 2007
Southbank Centre, London: 19th, 20th, 21st September 2007
Wigmore Hall, London: Tuesday 8th January, 2008
This concert featured 50:50, a series of short Radius commissions celebrating the 50th birthday of Simon Holt.
Purcell Room, London: Sunday 25th May, 2008 / Corsham Festival: 21st June 2008
Purcell Room, London: 10th November 2008
Wigmore Hall, London: 18th June 2009
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, and the 150 years since the first publication of "On the Origin of Species", the programme features different approaches to "chance" in music (Cage, Boulez, Newland), bird-song (Messiaen), and a new semi-staged work dramatising Darwin's letters from the Beagle, by Tim Benjamin.
The Paul Newland piece, Montonous Forest, was commissioned by Radius with funds provided by the Britten-Pears Foundation.