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Four Winds : Sound Shell Sunday - 1pm
- Date: Sunday, 1 April 2018, 1pm
- Venue: Four Winds Sound Shell — Outdoor amphitheatre, Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay, NSW
- Series: This event is part of the Four Winds 2018 Easter Festival series
- Tickets: Adult: 1 day - $145 [2 day pass: $280] | Conc.: 1 day - $125 [2 day pass: $240] | Under 16: Free — Tickets can be purchased online
The visual phenomena of two great pianists playing at the same keyboard performing music written for four hands leads us into the presentation of a new work ‘Visiting Eucalyptus’ by Damian Barbeler inspired by the Murray Bail novel ‘Eucalyptus’. This work will be a musical reflection on the eucalypts present on the South Coast. It will be supported by an exhibition, as well as digital content online, which will run during the lead-up to the Festival. Four Winds is about music, nature and shared creativity – I’m sure this new work is going to embody all three.
James Crabb (classical accordion), Tamara-Anna Cislowska (piano), Rohan Dasika (double bass), Festival Strings, Alice Giles (harp), Dimity Hall (violin), Scott Kinmont (trombone), Owen Morris (trumpet), Ian Munro (piano), Dene Olding (violin), Matthias Shack-Arnott (percussion), Julian Smiles (cello), Aleksandr Tsiboulski (guitar), Eugene Ughetti (percussion), Lloyd Van't Hoff (clarinet), Ariel Zuckermann (flute).
Ian Munro - Piano Trio no 2: A Book of Lullabies
Maurice Ravel - Introduction and Allegro M.46
Morita Moszkowski - From Foreign Lands op 23. Piano - for four hands.
Damian Barbeler - Visiting Eucalyptus, World Premiere (2018)
Featured non-Australian music: Ravel, Morita Moszkowski
Featured Australian Works
|Piano trio no. 2 : A book of lullabies (2013) by Ian Munro|
— performed by Julian Smiles, Dimity Hall and Ian Munro
|Visiting Eucalyptus : chamber ensemble by Damian Barbeler — World premiere|
— performed by Ian Munro and Tamara Anna Cislowska
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