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Melbourne Composers' League Elbow Room Festival

Event

Melbourne Composers' League Elbow Room Festival

  • Date: Sunday, 23 June 2019, 2.30 and 4.00pm
  • Venue: St Stephen's Anglican Church, Richmond — 360 Church St, Richmond, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $20 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased by phone on 0419 107 308

Event Details

Two concerts of new music by Australian composers.

Performers: Danae Killian, William Kimber, Christina Green, Emili Rackemann, Peter Sheridan, Livia Judge, Johanna Selleck, Jacqui Rutten, Gary Butler

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0419 107 308 or by email to johannas@unimelb.edu.au

Featured Australian Works

Digital sheet music sample 3 Soft Segments (solo piano) (2019) by John Arthur Grant — World premiere
— performed by Danae Killian
Digital sheet music sample Child in the manger, op. 72 : voice and piano (2015) by Jacqui Rutten
— performed by Danae Killian and Jacqui Rutten
Chrysalis (flute with live electronics) by Johanna Selleck
Conflux (duos: bass clarinet, double bass) by Paul Moulatlet
— performed by Peter Sheridan and Livia Judge
Crossword (alto with chamber ensemble) by Christina Green
— performed by Christina Green and Hayley Anderson
Piano sonata (solo piano) (2001) [movts 1-2] by Alan Holley
— performed by Danae Killian
Recollections of Childhood : Seven solo piano pieces (2016) by Dindy Vaughan
— performed by Danae Killian
Stonnington (ukulele music) by Christina Green
— performed by Christina Green and Hayley Anderson
 '27 Days, 20 hours' for alto and bass flutes and piano by Livia Judge
 Covfev by Gary Butler
 'Merry Creek' for reel-to reel-payer, mixer, and sound files by Simon Charles — World premiere
 'Miniature' for piano and visuals by Colin McKellar
 Piece for solo piano by Emili Rackemann
 Study for flute and piano by Jacob Taurins — World premiere
 Suite for flute and piano by William Kimber
 Three fantasy Pieces by David Henderson
 Three, Four, Five by Julian Cafarella

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