ASO: Nigel Westlake and Grigoryan Brothers in Concert
- Date: Saturday, 24 April 2021, 7:30pm
- Venue: Festival Theatre - Adelaide Festival Centre — King William Rd, Adelaide, SA
- Tickets: Adult: $60 - $100 | Concession: $50 - $85 | Child: $30 - $40 | 30 and under: $40 - $65 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (08) 8233 6226
If you hold credit on your ASO account from 2020 cancellations, please book via the ASO Box Office on (08) 8233 6233 or click here to purchase online.
A world premiere by Nigel Westlake is a major event. You’ve heard his music on film (Babe, Miss Potter, Paper Planes), in concert (including his collaboration with Lior, Compassion) and on the radio (thanks to which his ‘Penguin Ballet’ has become one of the great Australian ear-worms.
In collaboration with Adelaide Festival Centre’s Guitar Festival 2021, the ASO is thrilled to present Nigel Westlake’s Concerto for Two Guitars, Toward Takayna, written for Australia’s iconic guitar duo, Slava and Leonard Grigoryan.
Presented on Anzac Day eve, the program also includes the haunting orchestral suite Westlake created from his music for Hannie Rayson’s play The Glass Soldier. Westlake tells the incredible story of Nelson Ferguson, blinded on the killing fields of World War I, and the wonder, love and resolution of his life. The concert concludes with Westlake’s dynamic and beloved Antarctica suite, with Slava Grigoryan as soloist.
Program to include
Westlake Towards Takayna Concerto for Two Guitars [World Premiere]
Westlake The Glass Soldier
Westlake Antarctica Suite for Guitar and Orchestra
Featured Australian Works
||Antarctica : suite for guitar & orchestra (1992) by Nigel Westlake|
— performed by Nigel Westlake, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Slava Grigoryan
||The glass soldier : an orchestral suite in 5 movements (2007) by Nigel Westlake|
— performed by Nigel Westlake and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
|Toward Takayna : Concerto for 2 guitars (2021) by Nigel Westlake — World premiere|
— performed by Nigel Westlake, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Grigoryan and Slava Grigoryan
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