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Ensemble Trivium Presents - "Locally Sourced"
- Date: Sunday, 3 December 2017, 3pm
- Venue: QSO Studio South Bank — South Bank, Brisbane, QLD
- Tickets: General: $45 | Concession: $40 | Student $30 (booking fees apply) — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (07) 3833 5044
Flute Monika Koerner
Bassoon Nicole Tait
Clarinet Nicholas Harmsen
Percussion Nozomi Omote
Robert Davidson Bond Over Triads
John Parker The Novice’s Guide to Change
Steve Newcomb Suspended Belief
Thomas Green Imaginary Dances
Rafael Karlen Trio in a Four Parts
Locally Sourced brings together some of Brisbane's most virtuosic classical and jazz musicians for a diverse and colourful program of new compositions to engage, inspire and provoke.
Presented by Ensemble Trivium, Locally Sourced will take you on a journey through traditional harmonic landscapes to less explored terrain and from the highs of rhythmic intensity to states of lyrical meditative calm.
With works inspired by fiction, dance and explorations of states of change, expect a vibrant, visceral and virtuosic afternoon of exhilarating new chamber music from some of Brisbane's finest including Monika Koerner and Nicole Tait (Ensemble Trivium), guest artists Nozomi Omote and Nicholas Harmsen, composers Robert Davidson (Topology), John Parker (Trichotomy), Steve Newcomb, Rafael Karlen and Thomas Green. Featuring outfits by fashion designer Sharka Bosakova, Locally Sourced is a feast for the senses that is not to be missed!
Featured Australian Works
|Bond over triads (trios: flute, clarinet, bassoon) (2017) by Robert Davidson — World premiere|
|Suspended belief : chamber ensemble by Steve Newcomb|
|Imaginary Dances by Thomas Green|
|The Novice’s Guide to Change by John Parker|
|Trio in a Four Parts by Rafael Karlen|
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