The Garden of Joy and Sorrow
- Date: Wednesday, 22 May 2013, 8:30pm
- Venue: Conduit Arts Initiative — 83 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, VIC
- Tickets: Adults: $10 | Children: $10 | Concession: $10
Petrichor is a dynamic new ensemble formed by friends Rowan Hamwood (flute), Alexina Hawkins (viola) and Jessica Fotinos (harp) who met in 2012 as students at the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM). In late 2012 they made their debut as an ensemble presenting two concerts of major works for the flute-viola-harp medium in Melbourne, and were finalists in the 2012 Prize for Chamber Music held at ANAM. In 2013 they are Ensemble-In-Residence for the Melbourne-based Forest Collective.
In May they are holding a concert which includes three new works by Melbourne composers, two of which were written for the group.
Program: Evan LAWSON - Skinnis No. 2 (written for Petrichor) Julius MILLAR - New Work (world premiere) Andrew ARONOWICZ - New work Sofia GUBAIDULINA - Garten von Freuden und Traurigkeiten Gordon KERRY - Antiphon. More works to be announced closer to the performance.
Performers: Rowan Hamwood (flute), Alexina Hawkins (viola) and Jessica Fotinos (harp)
Featured non-Australian music: Gubaidulina
Featured Australian Works
|Antiphon : solo viola (2000) by Gordon Kerry|
— performed by Alexina Hawkins
||Sonata for harp : harp solo (1951) by Peggy Glanville-Hicks|
— performed by Jess Fotinos
||Streams (trios: flute, harp, viola) (1988) by Barry Conyngham|
— performed by Petrichor Ensemble
|Skinnis No. 2 by Evan Lawson|
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