Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: due to many cancellations, it's important to check with event organisers if events currently in the calendar are taking place. If attending public events, please follow advice regarding washing your hands and wearing a mask, and exercise social distancing as advised by health authorities.
- Date: Sunday, 6 November 2016, 4pm
- Venue: Smart Artz Gallery — 2 Alfred Place, South Melbourne, VIC
- Tickets: Adult: $25 | Concession: $20 — Tickets can be purchased online
Catchy Music is a feast of remarkable Australian music from the last 10 years. Pianist Chris Nankervis is joined by clarinettist Tom D'Ath and violinist Nathan Juriansz for Harry Sdraulig's captivating Evocations, and by drummer Victor Brincat for Michael Kieran Harvey's hilarious Homage to Liszt. Featuring powerful works by Helen Gifford and Tom Henry, and a premiere of Luke Hutton's new work Incongruence, this recital is not to be missed.
Further information for this event is available by phone on 0411 309 236 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Australian Works
|Evocations : for clarinet, violin and piano (2016) by Harry Sdraulig|
— performed by Nathan Juriansz, Tom D'Ath and Chris Nankervis
||Homage to Liszt : for the 200th birthday of Liszt Ferenc (2011) by Michael Kieran Harvey|
— performed by Victor Brincat and Chris Nankervis
||Shiva, the auspicious one : piano solo (2012) by Helen Gifford|
— performed by Chris Nankervis
|Incongruence by Luke Hutton — World premiere|
|Piano Sonata by Tom Henry|
User reviews & comments
Be the first to share your thoughts, opinions or insights about this event.
To post your comment please login