Alicia Crossley - Duality
- Date: Saturday, 3 October 2015, 2pm
- Venue: Wesley Music Centre — 20-22 National Circuit, Forrest, ACT
Duality brings together two virtuoso musicians, Australia's award winning recorder player Alicia Crossley and American harpist Emily Granger, in an exhilarating concert of classical and contemporary works for recorder and harp. The unique instrumental duo will journey through re-imagined masterpieces including Faure's Sicilienne, Anne Boyd's Goldfish Through Summer Rain and C.P.E. Bach's Sonata in G minor; interspersed with specifically commissioned new works by eminent Australian composers - Tristan Coelho, Mark Oliveiro, and Andrew Batt-Rawden.
Sydney audiences will also be treated to a rare performance of Debussy’s masterpiece Danse sacree et danse profane for harp and strings, and the Australian premiere of Peter Hope’s Birthday Concerto for recorder, harps, strings and percussion.
Featured non-Australian music: CPE Bach, Debussy, Hope, Faure
Featured Australian Works
||Goldfish through summer rain (duos: recorder, harp) by Anne Boyd|
— performed by Emily Granger and Alicia Crossley
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