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Marion's Child : Canberra International Music Festival
- Date: Sunday, 19 May 2013, 1pm
- Venue: Canberra Girls' Grammar School — Melbourne Avenue, Deakin, ACT
- Series: This event is part of the Canberra International Music Festival 2013 series
- Tickets: Adults: $25 | Children: $25 | Concession: $25 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0262 752 700
“…we always felt this city was our child” - Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony
The world premiere in this program, Stephen Leek's Landmarks, consists of the three separate works: Murrumbidgee Flow, Ginninderra, and Brindabella.
Performers: Riley Lee shakuhachi, Ji Won Kim vioin, The Song Company, singers and instrumentalists from Woden Valley Youth Choir, Canberra Girls' Grammar and Canberra Grammar School combined choirs and orchestra, Radford College Choir and Orchestra, Burgmann College Choir and CIMF artists, conductors Craig Woodland, Alpha Gregory, Peter Tregear and Richard Gill
Featured non-Australian music: Frank Ticheli: Earth Song; Karl Jenkins: The Shimmering City; Karl Jenkins: Song of the Limestone Plains
Featured Australian Works
||Auróra Musis Amíca : fanfare for Canberra (2013) by Sally Greenaway — World premiere|
— performed by Canberra Grammar School
|Brindabella : SA voices, marimba and percussion by Stephen Leek|
|Ginninderra : SATB choir, piano or marimba and percussion (2007) by Stephen Leek|
|Murrumbidgee flow : SATB choir and percussion (2007) by Stephen Leek|
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