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CIMF21: Concert #2 - Opening Gala : Canberra International Music Festival 2021
From the heart of Vienna to the core of Canberra’s music festival: a celebration of elements that connect us to the people of the world and to the elders in our midst. Brenda Gifford’s long awaited new work is revealed in the hands of the Australian Art Orchestra alongside Mozart’s Turkish credentials and the annual Beaver Blaze.
Pending easing in capacity restrictions further tickets may be released at a later date. Please continue to check back for updates.
Due to COVID-19 capacity restrictions this performance will be run twice:
- Friday April 30, 6:30pm, Fitters’ Workshop SOLD OUT
- Friday April 30, 8:30pm, Fitters’ Workshop
We hope to release more seats dependent on an easing of capacity restrictions. Please continue to check back often.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sonata ‘alla turca’ KV 331
Kate Neal, Fanfare (commissioned by Betty Beaver in 2020)
Brenda Gifford, Djiribawal (commissioned through A Major Lift fund in 2020)
Australian Art Orchestra with festival strings
Golden Gate Brass Quintet
Edward Neeman, piano
Featured non-Australian music: Mozart
Featured Australian Works
|Djiribawal : chamber ensemble by Brenda Gifford — World premiere|
— performed by Australian Art Orchestra
|Fanfare : chamber ensemble by Kate Neal|
— performed by Golden Gate Brass
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