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Melbourne Made


Melbourne Made

  • Date: Saturday, 19 March 2016, 7:30pm
  • Venue: Church of All Nations — 180 Palmerston St, Carlton, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $30 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0400 866 789

Event Details

Melbourne Made presents the music of 4 diverse compositional voices who are from, or have made Melbourne their home. Enjoy the Indian inspired sound world of Tim Dargaville's Kolam, the nature inspired world of Caerwen Martin's X-Ray baby and Elliott Gyger's rhythmically complex, multi-layered work Ingressa. We also offically launch Arcko's 2nd CD, performing the title track, Brendan Colbert's: Like a Maeltrsom featuring the incomparable Peter Dumsday-piano, Bruno Siketa-trumpet and the Arcko Symphonic Ensemble.

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0400 866 789 or by email to timoteo67@bigpond.com

Featured Australian Works

Digital sheet music sample Ingressa : large chamber ensemble (2009) by Elliott Gyger
— performed by Timothy Phillips and Arcko Symphonic Ensemble
Digital sheet music sample Kolam : for orchestra (2015) by Tim Dargaville — World premiere
— performed by Timothy Phillips and Arcko Symphonic Ensemble
Like a maelstrom : for piano, trumpet in C and chamber orchestra (2013) by Brendan Colbert
— performed by Bruno Siketa, Arcko Symphonic Ensemble, Peter Dumsday and Timothy Phillips
X-ray baby : for improvising orchestra (2011) by Caerwen Martin
— performed by Arcko Symphonic Ensemble and Timothy Phillips

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