Emerging Composers Selected for ‘ReClassified’ Festival
Recitals Australia presents a music festival in November, featuring six up-and-coming South Australian composers.
The ReClassified festival will take place over three Sundays, with concerts at three different venues on November 6th, 13th and 20th.
The concept has an interesting twist. Six composers – Conor Fogerty, Esmond Choi, Aaron Pele, Lauren McCormick, Georgina Bowden and Hannah Wilkinson – collaborate with experienced mentor composers for a trio of professional musicians. produce the work.
Mentors include Ann Cowes, David John Lang, Rachel Blueville and Martin Chaney. Performances for the November Festival will take place at His Baptist Church and Hall, North Adelaide, Stangate House, Aldgate, and His Z Ward, Glenside.
According to Cawrse, the six composers were chosen not only for the quality of their work, but also for their willingness to collaborate and learn.
“Being a composer requires an insatiable curiosity and readiness for lifelong learning,” she said. “I think the team of composers and performers we have assembled for ReClassified will learn from each other and together create a very special and important musical experience.”
go to recital in australia Reclassified website for more information.
chamber music near me
Chamber Music Adelaide has announced a schedule of concerts it is producing in partnership with the local government.
The pilot Chamber Connect program is designed to support employment opportunities for professional chamber musicians through residency programs with the cities of Onkaparinga, Marion and Port Adelaide-Enfield.
The goal of this project is to support the return of audiences to live events, while also providing a digital concert experience for those unable or unwilling to attend live events.
A detailed schedule (see below) spans a variety of local musicians in various settings.
For more information, look for Chamber Connect concerts at Chamber Music Adelaide’s. event page.
Poetry slammer resumes activity
South Australia’s top Slam poets will compete to represent their state in the national finals at the event, which returns to the Sydney Opera House for the first time since 2019.
Locals can catch the state finals next Friday (September 30) at the Goodwood Theater.
Organized by Spoken Word SA, the local component of the Australian Poetry Slam emphasizes audience participation.
Judging is conducted by a randomly selected audience of five people who are encouraged to “cheer, shout and stamp their feet”.
Cabaret star Frank Lee will make a guest appearance in Friday’s final.
The show starts at 7:30pm.ticket is make a reservation.
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