All Demons Run

All Demons Run

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Ensemble Three

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Concert Postponed: All Demons Run

Due to ongoing restrictions, we regret to advise that Ensemble Three’s All Demons Run on Monday 13 September has been postponed. We are working with the artists to find a new date.

Ticketholders can either retain their current ticket for the rescheduled concert, or receive a refund through their original point of purchase. If you have any questions or concerns about this concert postponement, please contact our Ticketing Services team at boxoffice@melbournerecital.com.au

Event details

‘Virtuosity to burn.’ – classikON

Award-winning Melbourne-based trio Ensemble Three performs by Australia’s leading composers, including Dharug artist Christopher Sainsbury, Melody Eötvös, Alan Holley and Sue-Anne Tan. Each composer explores the individual voices of the instrumentalists in different ways, creating musical textures that push Ensemble Three to the limit. Ranging from moody and atmospheric to sharp and spikey, these inventive new works ignite the endless possibilities sparked by Ensemble Three’s unique instrumentation.

About the concert

Celebrated for its cutting-edge works, Ensemble Three blends the sounds of trumpet, trombone and guitar with live and pre-recorded electronics to create its distinctive sonic palette. Drawing from its members’ different musical backgrounds, influences range from jazz and popular to traditional classical and avant-garde contemporary music.

Praise for Ensemble Three

‘An inspiring example of forward-thinking classical music.’ – CutCommon

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ARTISTS

Ensemble Three
Ken Murray guitar
Joel Brennan trumpet
Don Immel trombone

PROGRAM

Alan Holley
All Demons Run

Melody Eötvös
new work

Sue-Anne Tan
new work

Caerwen Martin
Sleepless

Christopher Sainsbury
new work

Venue