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‘Crouching Tigers’ – concert of resident composers’ music, played by members of the ASO. The concert forms part of the OzAsia Festival.
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's six young Australian resident composers will be exploring cross-cultural approaches to composition, inspired and guided by Tan Dun. Experience the culmination of the creative residencies and be the first to hear the composers’ works, performed by orchestra members.
Dean Newcomb, clarinet
Martin Phillipson, trumpet
Mark Gaydon, bassoon
Janet Anderson, violin
Ewen Bramble, cello
Amanda Grigg, percussion
Zhao Xiaoxia, guqin
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Featured Australian Works
|As the Dust Rises (sextets: brass, percussion, string, woodwind) (2012) by Tristan Coelho — World premiere|
|Kinu (quintets: keyboard, string, woodwind) (2012) by Lachlan Skipworth — World premiere|
|Threading through fumes : for guqin, cello and mixed ensemble (2012) by Annie Hsieh — World premiere|
|Awakening by Christopher Larkin — World premiere|
|From Thunder's Violence by Timothy Tate — World premiere|
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