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Adelaide Wind Orchestra: Hopes and Dreams
- Date: Saturday, 5 November 2016, 8pm
- Venue: Elder Hall — Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA
- Tickets: Adults: $30 | Children: $10 | Concession: $20 — Tickets can be purchased online
One of the world’s foremost wind conductors, Dr John Lynch, takes Adelaide Wind Orchestra for the first time in a celebration of our fourth year.
JESS LANGSTON TURNER: Through the Looking Glass SA PREMIERE
AARON COPLAND: Emblems
ALEXANDER ARUTIUNIAN: Trumpet Concerto
SOLOIST: OWEN MORRIS, ASO PRINCIPAL TRUMPET
KATIA BEAUGEAIS: First Light at Uluru SA PREMIERE
ANDREW BOSS: Tetelestai SA PREMIERE
From the local inspiration of the First Light at Uluru to the American dream portrayed in AARON COPLAND’S Emblems, this program explores our deepest ambitions and fantasies. Recent Sydney Conservatorium of Music graduate and newly appointed Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Principal Trumpet, OWEN MORRIS , joins us in performing ALEXANDER ARUTIUNIAN’S engaging and idiomatic Trumpet Concerto.
Featured non-Australian music: Jess Langston Turner, Copland, Arutiunian, Andrew Boss
Featured Australian Works
||First light at Uluru : for wind symphony (2016) by Katia Beaugeais|
— performed by John Lynch and Adelaide Wind Orchestra
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