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From Near and Far : A percussion journey
- Date: Saturday, 1 May 2021, 7:30pm
- Venue: Southern Cross Theatre, Young NSW — 96 Main Street, Young, NSW
- Tickets: Adults: $20 | Concession: $10 — Tickets can be purchased online
From Near and Far - a Percussion Journey is an explosive evening of high-level percussion that will take the audience on a journey of music from Near and from Far. Featuring music from well known Australian composers and composers across the ditch, the audience will hear tales of how the music was created and stories from David Lockeridge's life as a percussionist.
The fast-paced energetic ride of repertoire will draw the audience into both a visual and audible experience. Featuring electronics ranging from ambient sounds to full-scale symphony orchestras, the concert features accessible music that is for everyone. This will be an evening the audience will never forget.
Performers: David Lockeridge, Cameron Gregory, Freya Steele
Featured non-Australian music: John Psathas - Djinn Marimba Concerto Ivan Trevino - Catching Shadows Bach - Sarabande from Second Cello Suite in D minor
Further information for this event is available by phone on 0402 106 917 or by email to email@example.com
Featured Australian Works
|Gvond : for marimba solo (2013) by Gerard Brophy|
|Waterfall : after ganiyisippi : for solo marimba (2020) by Gerard Brophy — World premiere|
— performed by David Lockeridge
|Ziggedy bop : for two percussionists (2003) by Diana Blom|
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