- Date: Friday, 6 June 2014, 7:00pm - exhibition opens; 7:30pm - concert
- Venue: Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music — Cnr Macquarie St and Bridge St, Sydney, NSW
- Tickets: Adults: $25-45 — Tickets can be purchased online
New music and hybrid-art production company, Kammerklang, presents Ablaze, a fire-themed birthday gig celebrating five years of creating music, art, dance and theatre.
Over the past 5 years, Kammerklang has commissioned and presented 30 new musical works by 18 different composers, for forces ranging from solos to 21-piece chamber orchestras. 30 new artworks by 20 different visual artists have been presented in various media, including multiple video works, live dance and even circus performance.
Kammerklang Ablaze features many of our favourite pieces and artworks from over the years and we’re very excited to showcase the new work our amazing composers and artists have produced for our fifth birthday. The project draws on all the Kammerklang artforms; chamber music, visual art, film, dance and theatre, cross-pollinating ideas to create an amazing and unique experience.
Flute: Jane Duncan
Clarinet/EWI: Peter Smith
Percussion: Kaylie Dunstan
Violins: Victoria Jacono, Victor Wu, Perrin Walker, Ainsley Warner
Violas: Darius Kaparonis, John Fahy
Cellos: George Cayas, Andrea Hissey
Double Bass: Rory Brown
Featured Australian Works
|Amid your Candles and Lilies (flute with string orchestra) (2009) by Chris Williams|
— performed by Kammerklang Chamber Orchestra
|Electro fractal gamelan (vibraphone with pre-recorded sound) (2011) by Peggy Polias|
|Phlogiston : sextet (2004) by Peggy Polias — World premiere|
|Polyhymnia by Chris Williams — World premiere|
|Daemon by Cameron Lam — World premiere|
|Kaleidoscope by Lucy Kong — World premiere|
|Majesty, Destruction & Eternal Slumber by Sam Gillespie — World premiere|
|Requiem... for those lost in cyberspace by Sam Gillespie — World premiere|
|The Colour of Woods by Cameron Lam|
|Vitality's Circuit Grind by Lucy Kong|
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