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- Date: Sunday, 3 November 2019, 3pm
- Venue: QPAC Concert Hall — Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Cnr Grey St and Melbourne St, Southbank, QLD
- Tickets: Adult: $68 | Concession: $52 | Student: $28 | Youth (under 30): $28 (booking fees apply) — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 136246
A favourite at the 2018 Bangalow Music Festival, international superstar violinist, Amalia Hall joins Southern Cross Soloists for this year's final concert, Lyrical Reflections. This program promises to awaken the senses with musical compositions of splendour and beauty that paint vivid imagery of lush rolling hills and reflect on times gone by. Visions of the beautiful and gently tranquil countryside have long inspired composers to recreate images of rural idylls through their music, offering listeners a pastoral and reflective escape to memories of wandering alone through nature. The highlights of this concert include Vaughan William’s hauntingly beautiful violin solo work, The Lark Ascending and Elgar’s moving Enigma Variations.
Amalia Hall – violin
Bach Concerto for violin and oboe BWV 1060
Brophy New Work World Premiere
Max Richter November
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Ross Edwards Nura
Elgar Enigma Variations Op. 36
Featured non-Australian music: Bach, Richter, Vaughan Williams, Elgar
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
||Nura : for flute and piano (2004) by Ross Edwards|
— performed by Southern Cross Soloists
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