- Date: Friday, 14 May 2021, 6pm
- Venue: Fred Tritton Lake — 111-113 Goldring St, Richmond, QLD
- Tickets: Adults: $25 | Children: $15 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased by phone on (07) 3846 3613
In 2021, Camerata takes to the road for the eleventh consecutive year with support from Tim Fairfax Family Foundation and Queensland Government through Arts Queensland’s Playing Queensland fund.
This important program connects communities across the state through a suite of activities including school programs and workshops (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary), Aged Care performances, community workshops, and public performances.
Partnering with local businesses and community groups in each town Camerata invests in long-term relationships, while continually finding new communities to visit. In 2021, Camerata visits Julia Creek, Cloncurry, Mount Isa and in a new partnership with Opera Queensland, will present the inaugural Festival of Outback Opera.
Camerata has commissioned John Rotar to travel to Winton to compose a new work in response to the community, in time for its world premiere on tour where regional Queenslanders will be the first to hear it.
We will be on the road in May and look forward to visiting communities across the state – for full itinerary details, keep an eye on the Camerata website.
Featured non-Australian music: Steve Reich : Duet
Featured Australian Works
|Suite for strings : postcards from Czechoslovakia (1991) ['Bells'] by Mary Mageau|
— performed by Camerata (Queensland's Chamber Orchestra)
|Little Corellas : Allora 1987 (2021) by Cameron Patrick|
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