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Spill the Tea
- Date: Friday, 15 November 2019, 2-3pm
- Venue: Sydney Conservatorium of Music — Cnr Macquarie St and Bridge St, Sydney, NSW
- Tickets: This is a free event, however registration is required online
Emerging Composer Christine Pan ‘spills the tea’ on the history and culture of various teas such as French Earl Grey and Jasmine Tea through five new compositions. Each piece is structured to follow the physical taste profile and highlights the culture and history that contributed to the popularity its paired tea. Hosted by herself and other fellow tea-loving musicians, Christine aims for this to be a multi-sensory, fun, new way to present new music and to unite Tea-Lovers from everywhere!
Although this is a free event, all the tea served at this event are ethically sourced, high-quality, loose-leaf tea therefore servings are very limited. Please register online to receive a cup at the event so that you can sample the teas during the performances. Otherwise feel free to turn up and just enjoy the music!
Venue: Sydney Conservatorium Cafe
Sydney NSW 2000
Performers: Eunice Wong, flute; Kate Moloney, harp; Katherine Howarth, bass clarinet; Jem Bartlett, saxophone; Jasmine Mills, saxophone; Jessica Walton, violin; Montanna Teh, voice; Jessica Ellis, cello; Wallis Wan, piano
Featured Australian Works
|Australian Olive Leaf by Christine Pan — World premiere|
|French Earl Grey by Christine Pan — World premiere|
|Irish Breakfast by Christine Pan — World premiere|
|Jasmine by Christine Pan — World premiere|
|Masala Chai by Christine Pan — World premiere|
- New work by Christine Pan
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