Ink Games

Coming up fast, the first concert series of the year with the Hourglass Ensemble!  I’m looking forward to some experimentation on stage, as the “Games” referred to require us to play and interact with ourselves and the audience in unorthodox ways – playing music the moment it is written onto …

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Music, life, and community

I see myself as an artist working in sound and storytelling.  When I think about the audience, I always consider, how do Australians generally consume their art music?  Many people only go to one classical concert in a year, but are often exposed to it through other media such as …

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Sweet and romantic date!

Ready for the easiest and best value date EVER? Tomorrow (Sunday 15 March) for $30 you get an exceptional classical chamber music concert in North Sydney, brilliant musicians who you can meet afterwards, and all right near heaps of cool lunch-spots, the train station, and watering holes for post-performance libations! This …

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Le Voyageur Sans Bagage

“The Traveller Without Luggage” – a soldier with no memory chooses between his past and a new identity. Sydney’s finest soloists present a dramatic concert of Milhaud’s incidental music from Jean Anouilh’s classic play, for actor, clarinet, strings, and piano, plus celestial masterworks by Bruch and Schumann, and Australian world …

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Jekyll and Hyde live soundtrack

A world premiere of this version of the 1920 silent film, derived from the Robert Louis Stevenson novel, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, starring John Barrymore – AND also of the brand new live musical soundtrack. Andrew will be working for the first time with noted Australian composer and musicologist Karen Lemon, …

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