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- Date: Saturday, 17 August 2013, 8pm
- Venue: St John's Cathedral, Brisbane — 373 Ann St, Brisbane, QLD
- Tickets: $25/$20 — Tickets can be purchased online
This performance by the Brass and Percussion students of Queensland Conservatorium concludes the Brisbane Contemporary Church Music Festival.
Hear the stunning sound of these talented professional musicians in training as they explore the sacred spaces usually inhabited by choirs and organs. The concert includes premiere performances written especially with the St John’s acoustic in mind, including new works by Robert Davidson, Andrew Ford and Nicole Murphy.
The Brisbane Contemporary Church Music Festival runs from 3 – 17 August. It presents recent sacred music that remains largely hidden to modern audiences because of the high standard of performance it requires. For a full festival program visit The Brisbane Contemporary Church Music Festival website.
Performers: Brass and percussion students from the Queensland Conservatorium of Griffith University under the direction of Ben Marks.
Featured non-Australian music: Giovanni Gabrieli, Toru Takemitsu, Hildegard von Bingen
Featured Australian Works
|Glare : for trumpet, piano and string quartet (2012) by Robert Davidson — World premiere|
|Glide by Nicole Murphy — World premiere|
|The Cloths of heaven (cornet music) by Andrew Ford|
|Uproar : for at least 11 trombones and 4 bass drums (2013) by Andrew Ford — World premiere|
— performed by Benjamin Marks
|Orbit by Ben Marks — World premiere|
- New work by Benjamin Marks
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