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  • Date: Sunday, 6 November 2011, 3.00pm
  • Venue: Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne — 1888 Building, Gate 8, cnr Grattan & Swanston Sts, Parkville, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $24 | Children: $18 | Concession: $18 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 0407 934 810

Event Details

This concert celebrates the meeting of cultures in our global village. Hear the sounds of Mozart merging with Chinese folk music, jazz /popular with classical, Japanese with Australian, Balinese with contemporary art music, and Jewish-Yemenite throat-singing with aboriginal sounds and funk-based grooves. Featuring a world premiere by Australian composer Julian Yu, an Australian premiere by Malaysian composer Yii Kah Hoe and an original work by Boaz Modman and Brenna Wee, this concert promises to entertain, educate and take you on a journey into the many different ethnic and musical worlds that surround us. The programme also includes works by Stuart Greenbaum, Claude Bolling, and Anne Boyd.

Featured non-Australian music: Yii Kah Hoe: My Spirit is Dancing (Australian Premiere); Claude Bolling: Suite for Cello and Jazz Piano Trio (Parts IV and VI); Toru Takemitsu: Air

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on 0407 934 810 or by email to info@bridgescollectiveensemble.com

Featured Australian Works

Cloudy mountain : for flute and piano (1981) by Anne Boyd
— performed by Brenna Wee and Laila Engle
Goldfish through summer rain : for flute and piano (1978) by Anne Boyd
— performed by Brenna Wee and Laila Engle
Mozartiana : for clarinet, cello and piano (2008) by Julian Yu — World premiere
— performed by Brenna Wee, Blair Harris and Andrew Boyle
Three songs of sleep : for soprano and piano (1998) by Stuart Greenbaum
— performed by Rosemary Harris and Brenna Wee

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