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- Date: Thursday, 27 November 2014, 8pm
- Venue: Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music — Cnr Macquarie St and Bridge St, Sydney, NSW
- Tickets: This is a free event, however registration is required online or by phone on (02) 9351 1438
Featuring works by current and past staff and students of the Sydney Conservatorium, including the world premieres of the first of Brad Gill's Pali Songs, expat composer Katia Tiutiunnik's meditative work for vibraphone and bass flute, A Requiem, and works for vibraphone and soprano voice by Kezia Yap and Elizabeth Younan, developed in collaboration with Nicole Thomson but performed in this concert by Brad Gill and rising star Deepka Ratra.
These works are framed by Anastasia Pahos's beautiful Stasis, for vibraphone, marimba and viola, Peter McNamara's electroacoustic work for percussion and tape, composer/saxophonist Sam Gill's experimental improvisation work In Waves and Slow Burn and the Takemitsu's sublime Les yeux clos I & II, performed by wonderful pianist Jihyeon Lim.
Performers: Brad Gill, Jane Bishop (formerly Jane Duncan), Deepak Ratra, Justin Julian and others.
Featured non-Australian music: Les yeux clos I & II, by Toru Takemitsu; Stasis, by Anastasia Pahos;
Featured Australian Works
|Amplitude : for solo percussion & pre-recorded electronics (2013) by Peter McNamara|
|A Requiem : for bass flute and vibraphone (2014) by Katia Tiutiunnik — World premiere|
— performed by Matthew Levy and Jane Duncan
|Pali Songs [The Colour of Blue Clouds] by Brad Gill — World premiere|
|In Waves and Slow Burn by Sam Gill — World premiere|
|Stasis by Anastasia Pahos|
|Winter by Elizabeth Younan — World premiere|
|Winter Song by Kezia Yap — World premiere|
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