Melbourne based composer and freelance musician Allison Wright presents an evening of chamber music inspired by the sound of the emerging contemporary classical music scene in New York, at the Church of All Nations on Saturday 18 June 2016.
In an exciting program featuring brand new Australian compositions and premieres, Kammervolk will explore both the divide and intimacy between classical and pop music, bringing together some of Australia’s finest young artists and instrumentalists, kammervolk will be a celebration of chamber music and collaborative art.
The evening’s program will include: Allison Wright: Two chapters from the same story featuring artwork by Minna Leunig and poetry by Jacob Sutherland; Carolyn Schofield: Face-Up; Tilman Robinson: Orison; Lachlan Hughes: Liturgy; Curtis Reardon: Glimpses of the Path; Louisa trewartha: Thin boundaries; the Australian premiere of Judd Greenstein’s Clearing, dawn, dance.
Kammervolk features the instrumental talents of: Tamara Kohler – flute; Kenny Keppel – clarinet; Allison Wright – trumpet; Natasha Conrau – Violin; Clare Gorton – Viola; Jenni Mills – Cello; Jacon Abela – Piano/Ondes Martenot; and Kaylie Melville – Percussion.
Kammervolk – Chamber People
Church of All Nations, 180 Palmerston Street Carlton
Performance: Saturday 18th June 2016 – 7:30pm (doors open 7.00pm)
For more information, visit: www.boite.com.au for details.
Image: Allison Wright