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Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition - Heats : Round 1 - Concert 3
- Date: Sunday, 1 July 2018, 7:30pm
- Venue: Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) — South Melbourne Town Hall, 210 Bank St, South Melbourne, VIC
- Series: This event is part of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2018 series
- Tickets: Full: $35 | Concession: $28 | Under 30: $28 (booking fees may apply) — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (03) 9699 3333
This July, Melbourne becomes the most exciting place in the world for chamber music. Sixteen brilliant young ensembles from around the world arrive to compete for more than $150,000 in cash and prizes and the chance to launch their international career.
Melbourne Recital Centre and the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) play host for a week of your favourite repertoire, and the world premieres of two specially commissioned works by Australian composers Holly Harrison and Paul Stanhope.
HEATS ROUND ONE
Eight String Quartets and eight Piano Trios each perform an 18th century Classical work and a 20th century work across five concerts in Round One of the Competition.
CONCERT 3 - 7.30pm
MOZART Quartet in C major no 19 K465 ‘Dissonance’
BARTOK String Quartet, sz 85 nr 3
HAYDN Piano Trio in E minor Hob XV 12
TCHEREPIN Piano Trio op. 35
STANHOPE Dolcissimo Uscignolo
Featured non-Australian music: Mozart, Bartok, Clozel, Haydn, Tcherepin
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
||Piano trio: Dolcissimo Uscignolo : piano trio (2007) by Paul Stanhope|
— performed by Clarendon Trio
- Performer Clarendon Trio
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