- Date: Monday, 5 September 2016, 7:30pm
- Venue: City Recital Hall Angel Place — 2 Angel Place, Sydney, NSW
- Tickets: $94-$29 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (02) 8256 2222
In 1919, in the aftermath of the Great War and as Elgar’s health began to fail, the composer poured his feelings into this haunting lament for a lost world. Poignant and restrained, the Cello Concerto is interpreted with maturity by Dutch cellist Teije Hylkema. The concerto is set against the assured sophistication of fellow Englishman Benjamin Britten's Sinfonietta. Mozart's Fantasia in F minor showcases Omega Ensemble's musical precision, while contemporary works by French composer Guillaume Connesson and Australia's own Mark Grandison are delivered with characteristic flair.
Mozart Fantasia in F minor, K. 608
Britten Sinfonietta Op. 1
Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85 arr. Iain Farringdon
Soloist Teije Hylkema (cello)
Lisa Osmialowski (flute), Matthew Bubb (oboe), David Rowden (clarinet), Ben Hoadley (bassoon), Michael Dixon (horn), Natsuko Yoshimoto (violin), Airena Nakamura (violin), Neil Thompson (viola), Paul Stender (cello), Alex Henery (double bass), Owen Morris (trumpet), Iain Faragher (trombone), Mark Robinson (percussion), Maria Raspopova (piano)
There will be a pre-concert talk from 6.45pm - 7.15pm.
Featured non-Australian music: Connesson, Mozart, Britten, Elgar
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
||Riffraction : for clarinet, string quartet and piano (2007) by Mark Grandison|
— performed by Omega Ensemble
- Performer Omega Ensemble
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