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Grainger Wind Symphony : guests Barry Cockcroft and Ken Murray

Event

Grainger Wind Symphony : guests Barry Cockcroft and Ken Murray

  • Date: Saturday, 20 June 2009, 7:30pm
  • Venue: Melba Hall — Royal Parade, University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $20, children: $15, concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

Nine new Australian works for wind symphony, including five premiere performances. Guitar and saxophone works with original compositions by Barry Cockcroft & Ken Murray.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by email to info@reedmusic.com

Featured Australian Works

300 kilometres above : concert band (2008) by Stuart Greenbaum — World premiere
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
Jumeirah Jane : concert band (2008) by Katy Abbott — World premiere
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
Kosciuszko : band (2008) by Brendan Collins
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
Mularra lament : for solo guitar (1999) by Paul Stanhope
Nett Interference : symphonic wind band (2008) by Taran Carter — World premiere
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
The Lake and the hinterland : for symphonic wind band (2000) by Stuart Greenbaum
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
To the rescue! : symphonic wind band (2007) by Paul Stanhope — World premiere
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
Vanguard : symphonic wind band (2006) by Andrew Batterham
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
White Horses : band (2008) by Matthew Orlovich — World premiere
— performed by Grainger Wind Symphony
 Eat My Shorts Dance by John Barrett
 Ku Ku by Barry Cockcroft

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