As part of the Australian Composer's School, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra will deliver the world premieres of 8 new commissions from Australian composers: Ella Macens, Holly Harrison, Harry Sdraulig, and Mark Holdsworth. This concert concludes the first year of the 2018-19 ACS.
Part: Adam's Lament
Holdsworth: Komm Du
Lourens: Euphonium Concerto
Ledger: Two Memorials (for Anton Webern and John Lennon)
The UWA Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Chorus with special guest, euphonium soloist Riki McDonnell.
The John Inverarity Music and Drama Centre, Hale School.
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New Acoustic works by composition students from WAAPA and UWA.
Amelia Maynard: http://ameliajutilane.weebly.com/
Mark Holdsworth: http://www.markholdsworth.com
Alexy Turley: http://alexturley.com
Pippa Lester: http://www.pippalester.com
Andre Biswas: http://andrebiswas-officialsite.weebly.com/
Tim Newhouse: http:timenewhouse.com/
Lila Raubeunheimer: http://www.liliaanneraubenheimer.com/
Tao Issaro: https://www.facebook.com/tao.issaro
Micahel Bednall: https://www.facebook.com/Michael-Bednall-Saxophonist
$5 entry / BYO
As part of the University of Western Australia's School of Music annual Artistry Concert Series, the UWA Symphony Orchestra is showcasing a selection of new works for orchestra. Iconic Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe has been commissioned to write a new work specifically for this occasion. Alongside this premiere will be a performance of his monumental work, Memento Mori, as well as premieres of new works by the 2014 Ransom Prize finalists, including Mark Holdsworth's Odyssey. The winner of the 2014 Ransom Prize will be judged and announced live.
The Memento Mori exhibition is a collection of newly commissioned artworks pertaining to the theme of mortality and death. As part of this event, four composers including Mark Holdsworth, have been commissioned to write new musical works. Mark's Primrose for string trio will be looped alongside the other three composers works for the duration of the exhibition.