Sunrise

Forest Collective presents
Sunrise

Concluding our night focused year, we bring the in the sun. Our 2015 Ensemble in Residence, Rubiks Collective joins us in a dynamic musical exploration that takes us from the stunning Luciano Berio Folk Songs (1964) and Sequenza V(1998), Morton Feldman’s Why Patterns? through to a world premiere by Michael Bakrnčev.

Saturday 19th December 7:30pm and Sunday 20th December 5pm

Richmond Uniting Church, 304 – 314 Church Street Richmond 3121

$38 full price
$28 concession
$15 Under 15 year olds 
Half price “greenie” ticket at the door, if your bring a copy of the program on your smart phone or tablet - Download the program here
Tickets available through Ticketbooth events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/sunrise

Rubiks Collective - 2015 Ensemble in Residence

Forest Collective’s 2015 Ensemble in Residence, Rubik’s Collective, is a modular ensemble, which was founded in 2014 at the Australian National Academy of Music. Its members have performed in both Australian and international festivals such as Sydney Festival, Bang on a Can Summer Festival, So Percussion Summer Institute, Adelaide International Cello Festival, and the Banff Summer of the Arts Festival. Rubik’s are dedicated to the proliferation and celebration of contemporary music in Australia in all of its contexts.

Piano - Jacob Abela

Flute - Tamara Kohler 

Percussion - Kaylie Melville

 

Forest Collective

Mezzo Soprano - Stefanie Dingnis

Conductor - Evan Lawson

Solo Saxophone - Nicholas Yates

Flute/Piccolo - Tanya Vincent

Clarinet - Edward Ferris

Bass Trombone - Elijah Cornish

Viola - Anthony Chataway

Cello - Josie Graham

Harp - Samantha Ramirez

Percussion - Anna van Veldhuisen

 

Program to include

Michael Bakrnčev - The Virtuous Woman With The Watermelon (World Premiere)

Luciano Berio - Folk Songs (1964)

Luciano Berio - Sequenza VIIb (1969/93) for solo Saxophone

Morton Feldman - Why Patterns? (1978)

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