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A new sun rises - modernist music in Asia


A new sun rises - modernist music in Asia

  • Date: Thursday, 14 March 2013, 1.00pm
  • Venue: Nickson Room — University of Queensland, School of Music, Sir Zelman Cowen Building, St Lucia, QLD
  • Tickets: This is a free event, however registration is required online

Event Details

Join Kupka's Piano as we hop from island to island, country to country across Asia and hear the play of Eastern and Western influences in composers from Malaysia, Japan, China, Korea, and of course Australia. About the ensemble: Taking its name from Bohemian painter František Kupka’s iconic 1909 painting "The Piano Keys", Brisbane-based contemporary music ensemble Kupka’s Piano aims to entice audiences into hearing new sounds, new structures, new musical ideas. This ensemble fills a much-needed place in Brisbane’s music scene, profiling the best and latest from European, Australian and international modern art music.

Performers: Kupka's Piano: Peter Clark (conductor/composer), Hannah Reardon-Smith (flutes), Alex Raineri (piano), Liam Flenady (composer), Michael Mathieson-Sandars (composer), Angus Wilson (percussion), Macarthur Clough (clarinets), and Alethea Coombe (violin). For this performance we will be joined by guest performers Tabatha McFadyen (soprano), Dale Rickert (violoncello), Rebecca Lloyd-Jones and Elizabeth John (percussion).

Featured non-Australian music: Wang Lu: From the Distant Plains II (Aust premiere); Chon Kee Yong: Time Flows (Aust premiere); Guo Wenjing: Parade; Isang Yun: Etude IV for bass flute; Toru Takemitsu: Distance de fée; Toshio Hosokawa: Edi

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (07) 3365 4949 or by email to hannahreardonsmith@gmail.com

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Digital sheet music sample Quartet: towards the beginning (quartets: clarinet, piano, violin, cello) (2010) by Annie Hsieh
 Stars, not far off by Liam Flenady — World premiere

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