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BIFEM: Fray

Event

BIFEM: Fray

Event Details

Appearing for the first time at BIFEM, young Brisbane ensemble Kupka’s Piano has already built a solid international reputation for their dynamic performances, and this triple-bill concert promises to enhance their profile further as one of the country’s most promising new music ensembles. Originally from Singapore, Parisian composer Diana Soh’s Incantare:take 2 is a ritualistic exploration of the multiple meanings of the work’s title, which in Latin means ‘to sing’, ‘to repeat with words’ and ‘to consecrate with spells’.

Liam Flenady explores ritual in a different way with his quasi-modular work Braneworlds, inspired by Lisa Randall’s book on multidimensional physics Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe's Hidden Dimensions. Rounding out this concert is the highly anticipated new ensemble work Fray by one of Australia’s most in-demand composers, Elliott Gyger.

Program

INCANTARE:TAKE 2 (2015) AP
DIANA SOH
BRANEWORLDS (2016)
LIAM FLENADY
FRAY (2017) WP
ELLIOTT GYGER

Luke CARBON, Clarinets
Liam FLENADY, Electric Guitar
Graeme JENNINGS, Violin
Katherine PHILP, Cello
Alex RAINERI, Piano
Hannah REARDON-SMITH, Flute l Conductor
Jodie ROTTLE, Flute
Angus WILSON, Percussion

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 5434 6100 or by email to info@bifem.com.au

Featured Australian Works

Fray : chamber ensemble by Elliott Gyger — World premiere
— performed by Kupka's Piano and Hannah Reardon-Smith
 Braneworlds (2016) by Liam Flenady

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