Cancelled: Praxeology

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Concert Cancellation Notification

We regret to advise Praxeology on Thursday 21 April has been cancelled.

Melbourne Recital Centre cares deeply about the health and safety of its audiences, artists and staff. We acknowledge that the suspension of normal operations in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a difficult but essential action for the health of the Victorian public. We are committed to supporting our staff during this time and difficult circumstances. We thank our community for its support during this challenging time.

All ticket holders are entitled to a full refund via their original point of purchase. We are currently in the process of arranging refunds.

If you have any questions or concerns about this concert cancellation please contact our Ticketing Services team at boxoffice@melbournerecital.com.au

Event details

Two of Melbourne’s most vibrant chamber music ensembles, Rubiks Collective and Ossicle Duo, unite to explore the logic behind human action.

Donnacha Dennehy’s Mild, Medium-Lasting, Artificial Happiness veers between whimsical and sarcastic unisons, Panayiotis Kokoras’s Study on Phonetics juxtaposes metallic jolts and whispered bowings, and two percussionists examine a tinkling pallet of delicate glass objects in Annie Hsieh’s Quietude.

The concert culminates in the world premiere of a new work for the virtuosic forces of these combined ensembles by rising Australian composer Jakob Bragg, recipient of the 2020 University of Melbourne Commission Award.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Rubiks Collective and Ossicle Duo

ARTISTS

Ossicle Duo

Hamish Upton percussion
Benjamin Anderson trombone

Rubiks Collective

Tamara Kohler flutes
Gemma Kneale cello
Jacob Abela keyboards
Kaylie Melville percussion

PROGRAM

Kevin Juillerat
Study on Phonetics

Donnacha Dennehy
Mild, Medium-Lasting, Artificial Happiness

Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh
Quietude

Panayiotis Kokoras
Morphallaxis

Jakob Bragg
New work

Series

This production is part of the following series:

Local Heroes 2020

Now in its ninth year, Melbourne Recital Centre’s Local Heroes series brings together Melbourne’s best artists in a year-long festival of chamber music.

Try Something Different

From contemporary classical music to cross-cultural collaborations, experience boundary-breaking and genre-defying music.

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