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Winter in Melbourne

Event

Winter in Melbourne

  • Date: Sunday, 22 July 2018, 2pm
  • Venue: St Mark's Anglican Church (Templestowe) — 302 High Street, Templestowe Lower, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $20 | Children: $10 | Concession: $15 (cash only - tickets at the door)

Event Details

This year's Linus Ensemble program features a delightful selection of enchanting, humorous, meditative and lively music as well as well known favourites. Join us for an afternoon of music followed by afternoon tea and a chat.

Program

Vincent Perschietti "Parable VII" solo horn
Katherine Rawlings Humorous for bass violin and cello
Katherine Rawlings Rain Dancing for marimba
Frédéric Duvernoy Sonata no. 1 for Horn and Cello
Evelin Szilvasi Hawk Honeymoon for horn and vibraphone
Katherine Rawlings Blue Carnation for solo violin
Evelyne Glennie A little Prayer for marimba, violin and cello

Featured non-Australian music: Vincent Perschietti, Evelin Szilvasi, Frédéric Duvernoy, Evelyne Glennie

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (02) 0452 601 770 or by email to kathra@gmail.com

Featured Australian Works

Blue carnation : for solo violin (2001) by Katherine Rawlings
— performed by Marianne Rothschild
Digital sheet music sample Humorous : for bass violin and cello (2018) by Katherine Rawlings
— performed by Karina Di Sisto and Marianne Rothschild
Digital sheet music sample Rain dancing : for solo marimba (2000) by Katherine Rawlings
— performed by Amy Valent Curlis

Featured artists

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