In a Japanese Garden

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For the first concert in its inaugural 2018 Salon series, Ossicle Duo presents a program of works inspired by the Japanese garden, or ‘Teien’.

Featuring cultivated forms, liquid transitions and meditative calm, this program explores the aesthetics of Japanese outdoor spaces, in works by Dai Fujikura, Kaija Saariaho and John Cage.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Ossicle Duo

ARTISTS

Benjamin Anderson, bass trombone
Hamish Upton, percussion

PROGRAM

Dai Fujikura
Deliquesce for solo trombone

Kaija Saariaho
Six Japanese Gardens for percussion and electronics
I – Tenju-an Garden of Nanzen-ji Temple
II – Many Pleasures (Garden of the Kinkaku-ji)
III – Dry Mountain Stream
IV – Rock Garden of Ryoan-ji
V – Moss Garden of the Saiho
VI – Stone Bridges

John Cage
Ryoanji

Series

This production is part of the following series:

Spotlight

A uniquely intimate and virtuosic perspective on music.

Venue