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Voyage through radiant stars
- Date: Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 7:30pm
- Venue: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta — Cnr Church St and Market St, Parramatta, NSW
- Series: This event is part of the Aurora Festival of Living Music 2014 series
- Tickets: Adult $40, Conc. $35, Youth 30&U & F/T Student $25, Child 16&U $20 — Tickets can be purchased online
Experience the explosive power and transporting mysticism of Australian music.
In this opening concert, Aurora Festival is bringing together some of Australia’s finest composers and performers, including Australian saxophonist, Jim Nightingale, internationally renowned didgeridoo player, Mark Atkins, along with members of The NOISE and Ensemble Offspring. The concert will feature the World Premiere of ‘Voyage through radiant stars’ by acclaimed Australian composer, Brian Howard. This will be an unforgettable concert.
FEATURING: Jim Nightingale, Mark Atkins, Roland Peelman, Sydney Conservatorium Modern Music Ensemble, Daryl Pratt, Claire Edwardes, Ensemble Offspring, The NOISE.
PERFORMING WORKS BY: Brian Howard (WP), Alex Pozniak (WP), The NOISE (WP), Ekrem Mulayim (WP) Xenakis, and more.
CONCERT CO-PRESENTED BY: Aurora New Music, Riverside Theatres, New Music Network
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
|Blow by blow (duos including didjeridu) by Alex Pozniak — World premiere|
— performed by Gumaroy Newman and Mark Atkins
|Voyages 1-8 : for solo saxophone (2012) by Brian Howard|
— performed by James Nightingale
|Voyage through radiant stars by Brian Howard — World premiere|
|Sonolith by Ekrem Mulayim|
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