‘[Meredith is] one of the most innovative minds in modern British music.’ Pitchfork
In the MSO’s final concert of the 2017 Metropolis New Music Festival, the oud, the harpsichord and the recorder receive a modern-day makeover from internationally acclaimed masters of contemporary music.
Hear the Australian premiere of Anna Meredith’s Origami Songs and experience two brand new commissions springing to life direct from the Cybec 21st Century Composers Program.
Presented by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Melbourne Recital Centre
Harpsichord Concerto No.6
The Secret Motion of Things
Recorder Concerto (Australian premiere)
Concerto (trans. for oud)
Origami Songs (Australian premiere)
Brett Kelly conductor
Mahan Esfahani harpsichord/conductor
Erik Bosgraaf recorder
Joseph Tawadros oud
This production is part of the following series:
In 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra invites some of the world’s biggest names and rising stars of contemporary music to rethink the ways in which ancient instruments can be used in creating innovative and intoxicating music for our time.
Saturday 6 May 2017 7.30pm
Duration: 2 hours 10 min (incl. two intervals)
Purchase the Metropolis #1 and Metropolis #2 two-concert package
Standard $88 ($72 Concession)
Get the full Metropolis experience with the six-concert Festival package.
Standard $178 ($162 Concession)
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