Panorama: A recital of Australian chamber music
- Date: Saturday, 23 July 2011, 7.30pm
- Venue: St John's Church (Salisbury, SA) — Church St, Salisbury, SA
- Tickets: Adults: $15 | Children: $10 | Concession: $10 — Tickets can be purchased by phone on 0404 468 877
Australian art music reflects the incredible diversity of Australian culture. PANORAMA is a selection of Australian chamber music from the last 20 years, approached with a wide-angled lens. Works by Eric Gross, David Harris, Cyrus Meurant and Peggy Polias will be performed. Works by Houston Dunleavy, Daniel McCallum and Adelaide composers Harry Kontopoulos, Lauren Robinson and Daniel Thorpe will also be premiered. PANORAMA features young performers and composers who appreciate your support. The performance will begin at 7.30 PM and last an hour. There will be a twenty-minute interval during which drinks and nibbles will be available.
Performers: Melanie Walters, flute; Amanda Lovelock, clarinet; Matthew Holzinger, bassoon; Rory Chenowith, electric guitar; Daniel Thorpe, piano/bass; Rosy Timms, violin; Joseph Freer, cello.
Further information for this event is available by phone on 0404 468 877 or by email to email@example.com
Featured Australian Works
|Fanfare : three cheers for the minimaestros, op. 232 (quintets: 2 mandolins, mandola, guitar, double bass) (1998) by Eric Gross|
|Indeterminate compositions by David Harris|
|In memoriam by Houston Dunleavy — World premiere|
|Starfish by Peggy Polias|
|Death by Dangerous Driving by Harry Kontopoulos — World premiere|
|In Fabled Lands by Daniel McCallum — World premiere|
|Panorama by Cyrus Meurant|
|Shifts by Daniel Thorpe — World premiere|
|Was nützt die Liebe in Gedanken by Lauren Robinson — World premiere|
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