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Scattered Self

Event

Scattered Self

  • Date: Saturday, 24 April 2021, 4:30pm – 5:30pm AEST [live and online]
  • Venue: St James' Old Cathedral (West Melbourne) — Cnr King & Batman Sts, West Melbourne, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $35 | Children: $20 | Concession: $20 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

HAMISH GOULD | COUNTERTENOR

Kitty Xiao the intimacy of strangers
Declan Postlethwaite Bewilderment
Haydn Reeder Breathtaker
Janet Oates (UK) Le Roi s’explique
Lewis Horrigan Ingham A Brief Tour of Misguided Thoughts
Scott A. Aschauer Lapis Philosophorum
Wendy Suiter Waiting

In collaboration with the Melbourne Composers’ League, experience a very special concert that showcases a unique voice type and the extraordinary talents of 7 composers writing today. Hamish Gould shows off his chops by performing a variety of works written especially for him. Shatter your expectations of what a countertenor should sound like in this never before heard repertoire. Stay in and stay comfy or join us in the city at St. James Old Cathedral – this concert is simultaneously live and online.

This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

Featured non-Australian music: Janet Oates

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website

Featured Australian Works

Breathtaker : countertenor voice by Haydn Reeder — World premiere
— performed by Hamish Gould
the intimacy of strangers (countertenor with live electronics) (2021) by Kitty Xiao — World premiere
— performed by Hamish Gould
Waiting : countertenor voice by Wendy Suiter — World premiere
— performed by Hamish Gould
 A Brief Tour of Misguided Thoughts by Lewis Horrigan Ingham — World premiere
 Bewilderment by Declan Postlethwaite — World premiere
 Lapis Philosophorum by Scott A. Aschauer — World premiere

Featured artists

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