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Big MAC: Get your fill of new music
- Date: Monday, 1 June 2009, 7pm
- Venue: Ian Hanger Recital Hall — Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, 16 Russell St, South Brisbane, QLD
- Tickets: Adults: $15, children: free, concession: free — Tickets can be purchased online
A bunch of talented Conservatorium graduates and final year students perform the music they love best: the new stuff! Featuring four brand new compositions by Liam Flenady, Tim Tate, Stefan Mashor & Lisa Cheny (TBC), alongside a host of seriously fun Australian and international works.
Performers: Musicians Against Complacency (MAC): Hannah Reardon-Smith (flute), Philip Eames (piano), Hana Hobiger (viola), Lachlan O'Donnell (violin), Shane McPherson (percussion), Sophie Weston (flute), Andrew Chamberlain (cello), Meredith Beardmore (flute), Robert Matthews (saxophone), The Alembic Piano Trio - Allana Wales (violin), Rachel Meredith (cello), Phil Eames (piano), Timothy Tate (baritone), Natalie Little (violin), Ken Snell (violin), Braxton Neate (cello), Joel Hoare (French horn), Nick Evans (clarinets), Cameron Kennedy (percussion), Amy Brookman (violin), and more...
Featured non-Australian music: Adams, Engebretson, Bernstein etc
Featured Australian Works
|Bagatelles by Stefan Mashor — World premiere|
||Ecstatic dances : for two flutes (1990) by Ross Edwards|
||Piano trio : piano trio (2007) by Matthew Hindson|
||Swansong : for solo viola (1987) by Andrew Ford|
||The room of the saints (duos: percussion, violin) (1995) by Gerard Brophy|
|Three Miniatures by Liam Flenady — World premiere|
|Under the Skin by Timothy Tate — World premiere|
- New work by Lisa Cheny
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