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Spring Rejuvenation - Melbourne Composers League


Spring Rejuvenation - Melbourne Composers League

  • Date: Sunday, 14 September 2014, 3 pm
  • Venue: Trinity Uniting Church, Brighton — 15 Black St, Brighton, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $20 | Children: $15 | Concession: $15 (Tickets available at the door) — Tickets can be purchased by phone on 0411 854 161

Event Details

New Australian music from a broad range of composers.


Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0411 854 161 or by email to eveok@ftml.net

Featured Australian Works

Digital sheet music sample Blossom sadness : for string quartet (2011) by Bruce Crossman
— performed by Silo String Quartet
Bowerbirds : chamber ensemble by Jane Hammond
Digital sheet music sample Constellationism IV : version for soprano saxophone and string quartet (2013) by Scott McIntyre
Puck : chamber ensemble (2014) by Brendan Colbert
San nin gake : chamber ensemble by Joseph Giovinazzo
Spiritus solaris : string quartet (1994) by Eve Duncan
— performed by Silo String Quartet
Digital sheet music sample Three pieces for string quartet: III. Drama : for string quartet (2013) by Haydn Reeder
— performed by Silo String Quartet
Urban songs : string quartet (2014) by Andrew Batterham — World premiere
— performed by Silo String Quartet
 Dreaming of an Imaginary Country for string quartet, flute & alto saxophone by Michael Bakrnčev — World premiere

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