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LICHEN - ELISION ensemble

Event

LICHEN - ELISION ensemble

  • Date: Tuesday, 8 August 2017, 7pm (drinks from 6:15pm)
  • Venue: Meat Market (Arts House) — 5 Blackwood Street , North Melbourne, VIC
  • Tickets: This is a free event, however registration is required online

Event Details

The RMIT Gallery Advisory Board and Director Suzanne Davies have great pleasure in inviting you to the world premiere of Matthew Sergeant’s Lichen, a new work commissioned for the RMIT Sonic Arts Collection Tuesday 8 August:

DEDICATED TO the memory of musicologist Richard Toop, the Lichen program also celebrates compositions by Richard Barrett, Dmitri Kourliandski, and Liza Lim.

This concert was supported by Creative Victoria and the City of Melbourne. 

Liza Lim Roda – the living circle (2017) 7’ for trumpet*
Dmitri Kourliandski - prePositions (2008) 11’ for violin
Matthew Sergeant - Lichen (2016) 6’ for electric lap-steel guitar with effects**
Richard Barrett - calyx (2015-16) 4' for slide trumpet*
Richard Barrett - Codex XIX (2017) 16’ for nine improvising musicians and electronics*

*world premiere performance ** Recorded for inclusion in the RMIT University Sonic Arts Collection 

Performers: ELISION ensemble Daryl Buckley | electric lap-steel guitar Graeme Jennings and Elizabeth Welsh | violin Marshall McGuire | harp Peter Neville | percussion Paula Rae | flutes Peter Veale | oboe Richard Haynes | clarinets Tristram Williams | trumpet

Featured non-Australian music: Barrett, Kourliandski, Sergeant, Barrett

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 9925 1717 or by email to rmit.gallery@rmit.edu.au

Featured Australian Works

Roda, the living circle : trumpet solo by Liza Lim — World premiere
— performed by Tristram Williams

Featured artists

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