2013 Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music
- Date: Friday, 6 September 2013 to Sunday, 8 September 2013, for event details, see festival program
- Venue: Tyalgum Hall — Coolman Street, Tyalgum, NSW
- Tickets: Adults: $25 to $45 | Children: $15 | Concession: N/A — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (02) 6672 4404
Superb music, combined with the magnificent scenery of the Mt Warning Wollumbin caldera in the Tweed Valley, Northern New South Wales, makes the annual Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music a unique and exhilarating experience! The Festival began in 1991 when concert violinists Carmel Kaine and John Willison fell under the acoustic spell of the Tyalgum Literary Institute. Since then numerous artists have ranked the 1908 hall alongside some of the best acoustic concert venues in the world.
The Festival program features some of Australia’s finest professional and emerging classical musicians and will include the performance of commissioned new works premiered at the Tyalgum Festival, works by Australian composers and repertoire interweaving the history of the piano. Also included is a vibrant fringe program highlighting Music, Art and Nature in Australia's Green Cauldron. For more information, visit www.tyalgumfestival.com.au or telephone 02 6679 2244.
Performers: The Lunaire Collective, UQ Ensemble, Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition 2013 First Prizewinner, Brew Guitar Duo, William Barton, Anthony Garcia, Baroque Ensemble, Camerata of St John's
Featured Australian Works
|Breaza a la Camerata by arr. Patterson|
|Hora emisfera sudica by Michael Patterson — World premiere|
|Landscape by Davidson arr. Bradley Kunda|
|Mythical Creatures by Paul Kopetz — World premiere|
|Sounds Across Oceans: Five Elements - concerto for guitar, didjeridu, shakuhachi and chamber orchestra by Anthony Garcia|
|The Clock by Dinicu arr. Patterson|
|The Green Cauldron by Bradley Kunda — World premiere|
|Theme and Pulsations on ‘The Song of the Chanter’ for didjeridu and guitar by William Barton and Anthony Garcia — World premiere|
|Two French Impressions by Bradley Kunda|
|Two Venezuelan Dances by Bradley Kunda|
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