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DIGITAL DEBUSSY | Flute, viola and harp trios for the digital age - Toowoomba

From:Sunday 23 May 2021
To:Sunday 23 May 2021
Time:3:00pm - 04:00pm Sunday 23 May 2021
Location:St Luke’s Hall, , ,
23 May 2021
 
In its debut series, Contra Concerts in association with Southern Cross Soloists presents three intimate chamber recitals, housed in the resplendent heritage-listed halls of Brisbane's Holy Trinity Church in Fortitude Valley, Toowoomba’s St Luke's Church and the Old Hall of Toowoomba Grammar School. To attend a Contra Concert permits you an hour to switch off, recharge and disconnect from deadline mode. Rebel against your smartphone and dare to get nothing done! We invite you to sit back, let your mind wander and share in the rare exchange of music between performers and audience, only achievable in the intimacy of the chamber music salon .About this concert: In a recital of tranquil dreams, pastoral scenes and fragmented recollections, the sumptuous combination of flute, viola and harp unites three exciting, young soloists – Emily Granger, Jonathan Henderson and James Wannan. Featuring a special commissioned work by Sydney-based composer Tristan Coelho, the intriguing addition of live electronics expands the scope of this unique instrumental combination, awakening us from a fantasy dreamscape into a digital reality. Claude Debussy Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp Tōru Takemitsu And Then I Knew ‘Twas Wind Tristan Coelho Quartet for Flute, Viola and Harp and live electronics Duration: 60 min, no interval
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St Luke’s Hall
 
Entry charges - Adult$ 35
Entry charges - Child$ 15
Entry charges - Concession$ 30
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Entry charges - Student$ 20
Contact phone Contra Concerts
Booking information
Event websitehttps://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/digital-debussy-toowoomba-tickets-136799171003
Contact organisationContra Concerts
Is food and drink available?Not applicable
Are toilets available?Yes
Is there disabled access?Yes

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