The energetic and dynamic French ondist, Nadia Ratsimandresy
For the very first time, Melbourne Recital Centre presents a solo recital featuring one of the most distinctive and mysterious instruments of the twentieth century.
You’ve probably heard the ethereal voice of this early electronic instrument in Olivier Messiaen’s symphonic music, in the TV series Thunderbirds, in film scores including Ghostbusters, The Revenant and countless horror and sci-fi movies, in popular recordings of Edith Piaf or on Radiohead’s 2000 album Kid A.
This is a rare opportunity to hear and see this unique instrument in a program of new works performed by the energetic and dynamic French ondist, Nadia Ratsimandresy.
This concert is supported by Institut Français.
Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Performing Arts Laboratory
Hommage à Messiaen – Monodie VI pour un Espace Sacré*
Upirus – An Ancient Voice
La Conquête de l’Antarctique*
Cast & Crew
Friday 6 May 2016 6pm
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
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