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Brightness | Light Qualities : Vivid Sydney 2019


Brightness | Light Qualities : Vivid Sydney 2019

  • Date: Friday, 14 June 2019, 7pm-9pm
  • Venue: St Stephen's Uniting Church (Sydney) — 197 Macquarie St, Sydney, NSW
  • Series: This event is part of the Vivid Sydney 2019 series
  • Tickets: This is a free event, however registration is required online

Event Details

'Brightness' is the culmination of the 'Light Qualities' mini-festival with performances from newly formed chamber collective Ensemble Terra and recorder quartet The Judgement of Paris. Works by a range of Australian composers including Stuart Greenbaum and Matthew Hindson will be performed alongside those of emerging early-career composers, giving audiences a selection of existing and new Australian music to enjoy.  Konzertprojekt members Lachlan Foster and Gabrielle Cadenhead, as well as guest composer Christine Pan, each contribute new works in response to the idea of Brightness, which will be premiered on the night. Come to this concert to discover exciting new ensembles perform an all Australian program. 'Light Qualities' is an exciting series of four concerts presented by emerging Sydney-based composer-performer collective Konzertprojekt in collaboration with St Stephen’s Uniting Church. The mini-festival showcases a diverse range of Australian music focusing on new music and emerging musicians, and presents up-and-coming musical voices of Sydney.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by email to konzertprojekt@gmail.com

Featured Australian Works

Light music : for woodwind quintet (2007) by Matthew Hindson
— performed by The Judgement of Paris and Ensemble Terra
Digital sheet music sample Night vision : for wind quintet (2002) by Stuart Greenbaum
— performed by The Judgement of Paris and Ensemble Terra

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