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A Gallery Concert of Women's Musical Compositions


A Gallery Concert of Women's Musical Compositions

  • Date: Sunday, 22 July 2018, 2pm
  • Venue: Burrinja Cultural Centre — 351 Glenfern Road, Upwey, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $26 | Children and youth under 26 years: Free | Concession: $22 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 1300 368 333

Event Details

Compositions by Jacqui Rutten, Johanna Selleck and Dindy Vaughan

Breeze into the harmonious tones of new compositions by three female composers presenting their works for combinations of  mezzo soprano, violin, viola, flute, harp and wind quintet in a special intimate Gallery concert at Burrinja.

Inspired by the natural environment, these exceptional composers of international recognition come together to present a very special performance highlighting the musical talent of contemporary female composers.

Experience this refreshing and un-amplified concert as part of our ‘Women Painting Women’ exhibition presenting women’s voices front and centre stage at Burrinja. Join Jacqui Rutten, Johanna Selleck and Dindy Vaughan for a sensational musical experience surrounded by beautiful paintings by some of Australia’s most prominent female painters.

Be moved by this classically inspired, intimate and relaxed concert and enjoy special insight into the music as the composers discuss the creative processes behind the works and their influences.

Jacqui Rutten’s "Compositions[are] sincerely crafted, they hold together in a very personal way." – John Rose

This concert to be accompanied by composers talk : "Why are we still WOMEN composers?"  -  as Dindy says "I went to a concert of MEN composers last week, but nobody mentioned the fact."

Running time 60 minutes | no interval

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by email to burrinja@burrinja.org.au

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