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Twilight - Etica Ensemble
- Date: Sunday, 18 September 2011, 5pm
- Venue: Studio Underground — State Theatre Centre, William Street, Northbridge, Perth, WA
- Series: This event is part of the Totally Huge New Music Festival series
- Tickets: Adults: $30 | Concession: $20 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (08) 9484 1133
Etica’s fourth concert features performances of solo works of Australian composers – Iain Grandage’s Drowning Dream (Paul Tanner) and Andrew Ford’s Dark Side (Joan Wright). Etica also performs James Ledger’s Mean Ol’ World, a work inspired by blues motifs and exploring human conflict and traversing emotions from melancholy to vehemence. Finally, a WA performance of Thomas Adès’s Catch for piano, violin, clarinet and cello “
Etica is a chamber music ensemble comprised of leading West Australian instrumentalists, under the Direction of Jon Tooby. Etica is dedicated to the performance of the works of established 20th and 21st century Australian and international composers. Etica aims to bring uncompromising finesse and authority to its performances and presentations, bringing intellectual rigour, technical command and interpretive confidence to the performance of new music. The ensemble is committed to providing excellent interpretations of new chamber music and will, where possible, work in close collaboration with composers as a vital process in ensuring excellence in performance.
Featured non-Australian music: Ades
Featured Australian Works
|Dark side : for amplified double bass (1995) by Andrew Ford|
— performed by Joan Wright
|Mean ol' world : large chamber ensemble (2004) by James Ledger|
— performed by Etica Ensemble
|The drowning dream : for solo percussion (2011) by Iain Grandage|
— performed by Paul Tanner
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