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- Date: Sunday, 27 April 2014, 2pm
- Venue: Recital Hall East — Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Cnr Macquarie St and Bridge St, Sydney, NSW
- Series: This event is part of the New Music Network 2014 series
Table for Two?
Expect the unexpected from this unique performance by solo percussion artist Kaylie Dunstan. She showcases engaging yet seldom heard works for solo percussion in a program covering the gamut of percussion instruments from the smallest dinner bell to the grand 5 octave marimba. The concert opens with a percussion duet taking on a modern, technological twist. Kaylie will perform Seasons by Toru Takemitsu with her associate artist in the USA via LIVE internet streaming. Things heat up with Fertility Rites for marimba and tape followed by the world premiere of Night Songs, a timpani solo written by Australian composer, Brad Gill.
Kaylie’s theatrical prowess is shown off in the final two works by Matthew Shlomowitz and Stuart Saunders-Smith. Childhood stories, animal sounds, a table covered with found objects and a percussionist who goes through some ... personality changes. Kaylie’s bold entrance onto the stage in her debut solo concert is sure to be a performance to remember.
Date: 2pm, Sunday 27 April 2014
Where: Recital Hall East, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Tickets: Full $20 | Concession & Under 30 $15. Tickets also available at the door.
Bookings: (02) 8256 2222, Online: www.cityrecitalhall.com
Featured non-Australian music: Takemitsu
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
|Night Song : for solo timpanist (2011) by Brad Gill — World premiere|
— performed by Kaylie Dunstan
- Performer Kaylie Dunstan
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