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Old Kings in Exile : Brett Dean and Soundstream Collective


Old Kings in Exile : Brett Dean and Soundstream Collective

  • Date: Friday, 19 July 2013, 7:30pm
  • Venue: Elder Hall — Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA
  • Series: This event is part of the New Music Network 2013 series
  • Tickets: Adults: $33 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

Violist, conductor, and one of the most internationally performed composers of his generation, Brett Dean joins the University of Adelaide’s new music ensemble-in-residence, Soundstream Collective, in an all-Australian program including Richard Meale’s iconic and magical sextet Incredible Floridas. Also featured are two of Dean’s favourite Australian contemporary composers, Anthony Pateras and James Ledger, as well as Dean’s Sextet: Old Kings in Exile.

The Australian Program to include: Brett Dean Sextet: Old Kings in Exile (2010), Anthony Pateras Broken, Then Fixed, Then Broken (2009), Richard Meale Incredible Floridas (1971), and James Ledger Sextet.

Performers: Brett Dean (viola, conductor), Erkki Veltheim (violin), Rachel Johnston (cello), Rebecca Johnson (flute), Peter Handsworth (clarinet), Andrew Wiering (percussion), Gabriella Smart (piano)

Supported by University of Adelaide and SA Government.

Featured Australian Works

Broken then fixed then broken by Anthony Pateras
— performed by Soundstream Collective
Digital sheet music sample Igor's drum : sextet (2013) by James Ledger — World premiere
— performed by Soundstream Collective and Brett Dean
Incredible floridas : sextet (1971) by Richard Meale
— performed by Soundstream Collective
Sextet : 'Old kings in exile' : for flute, clarinet, percussion, violin, violoncello and piano (2010) by Brett Dean
— performed by Soundstream Collective

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