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Ensemble Offspring: INGUZ

Event

Ensemble Offspring: INGUZ

  • Date: Thursday, 19 November 2020, 7:30pm
  • Venue: National Art School (Sydney) — Forbes St & Burton Street, Darlinghurst, NSW
  • Tickets: $45 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

Celebrating spring, fertility, the moon and renewal Ensemble Offspring presents this tasting plate of living new music featuring works from home and across the globe as part of Great Southern Nights. We remember the creative genius that was Cor Fuhler (NL/AUS), we premiere new works from Gerry Brophy (Aus) and Christopher Fox (UK) and we revisit duos by living legends Liza Lim and Kaija Saariaho. Be a part of the live music making experience after the longest hiatus in living history, as part of Great Southern Nights at the Cell Block Theatre this November.

Featured non-Australian music: Saariaho, Fox, Xenakis

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Featured Australian Works

Blackbird song (trios: flute, clarinet, vibraphone) (2018) by Kate Moore
— performed by Ensemble Offspring
Inguz : fertility : for clarinet in A and violoncello (1996) by Liza Lim
— performed by Ensemble Offspring
Digital sheet music sample ne me quitte pas : kürt ninnisi (2020) by Gerard Brophy
— performed by Ensemble Offspring
Tinderbox by Cor Fuhler
— performed by Ensemble Offspring

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