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Melbourne Composers' League presents 'Four Colours: Orange'
- Date: Sunday, 9 December 2012, 3.00pm
- Venue: Richmond Town Hall — 333 Bridge Rd, Richmond, VIC
- Tickets: Adults: $20 | Children: $15 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased by phone on 0397 582 641
A concert of new chamber music from Australia, New Zealand and Turkey featuring Robert Schubert (clarinet), Stuart Byrne (saxophone), Barrie Webb (trombone), Peter Neville (percussion), and Silo String Quartet (Aaron Barnden – violin, Jessica Bell – violin, Ceridwen Davies – viola, Caerwen Martin – cello).
Compositions by Brenton Broadstock, Paul Moulatlet, Andrián Pertout, Haydn Reeder, Peter Tahourdin, Antonio Tenace, Chris Watson, Anthony Wilson, Ahmet Yürür.
Featured non-Australian music: new work by Ahmet Yurur
Further information for this event is available by phone on 0397 582 641 or by email to email@example.com
Featured Australian Works
||Beast from air : for trombone and percussion (1985) by Brenton Broadstock|
— performed by Peter Neville and Barrie Webb
|désolé (trios: clarinet, trombone, vibraphone) by Paul Moulatlet|
— performed by Robert Schubert, Peter Neville and Barrie Webb
|Modèles dans le sable : for two violins (2012) by Andrián Pertout — World premiere|
|Music for solo clarinet : clarinet solo (2006) by Peter Tahourdin — World premiere|
— performed by Robert Schubert
|Three pieces for string quartet: II. Breathing : string quartet (2012) by Haydn Reeder — World premiere|
— performed by Silo String Quartet
|Acceptance for string quartet by Anthony Wilson — World premiere|
|Out-Takes - amplified string quartet and tape by Antonio Tenace — World premiere|
|Tag for trombone and string quartet by Chris Watson — World premiere|
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