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Music of Flight and Migration
- Date: Sunday, 23 February 2014, 6pm
- Venue: The Forge (Camden, London) — 3-7 Delancey St, London NW1 7NL, United Kingdom
- Tickets: Adults: £12 | Children: £10 | Concession: £10 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 329903
Launching a new arts festival, the Camden Migration, that will celebrate the beauty of the natural world, this concert includes new chamber work Extinct Birds in 4 movements, by Australian composer David Holyoake. Extinct Birds weaves in the rare sound of extinct and endangered song birds.
Performers: Ensemble Matisse, with guest artists Rene Bloice-Sanders (baritone) and Daniel Bradley (percussion)
Featured non-Australian music: Ravel, Messiaen, Beethoven
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 471
Featured Australian Works
||Extinct birds : baritone voice with chamber ensemble (2013) by David Holyoake|
— performed by Ensemble Matisse
- Performer Ensemble Matisse
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