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ASQ & Slava Grigoryan: Grandage - Black Dogs
- Date: Monday, 29 May 2017, 7pm
- Venue: Conservatorium Theatre, Brisbane — Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, 140 Grey Street, South Brisbane, QLD
- Series: This event is part of the ASQ National Season 2017 series
- Tickets: Adult: $79 | Concession: $56 | Under 30: $30 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 1800 040 444
Slava Grigoryan, one of Australia’s favourite musicians, joins the ASQ in two works of contemporary sensibility, bringing his trademark virtuosity and lyrical warmth to the quartet. Ralph Towner is a celebrated jazz guitarist and his quintet, Migration, inspired by the wild nature of America’s Pacific Northwest, blends the melodic and harmonic language of jazz with a classical sense of development. Australian composer, Iain Grandage, also traverses classical, jazz and popular styles in his work. His theatrical flair comes to the fore in this guitar quintet, contemplating the mind’s mystery and complexity in music of kaleidoscopic colour. The poignant world of late Schubert forms the emotional apex of this concert. His final string quartet, in G major, is charged with the heartfelt emotion and eloquent lyricism that is the core of his genius.
Ralph Towner Guitar Quintet Migration
Iain Grandage Guitar Quintet Black Dogs
Schubert String Quartet in G major D887
With guest artist Slava Grigoryan, guitar
Featured non-Australian music: Towner, Schubert
Featured Australian Works
|Black dogs : for guitar and string quartet (2008) by Iain Grandage|
— performed by Australian String Quartet and Slava Grigoryan
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