Esprit

Arcadia Winds

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Arcadia Winds

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Concert Cancelled: Arcadia Winds

Due to ongoing restrictions, we regret to advise that Arcadia Winds’ Esprit on Wednesday 6 October has been cancelled.

Ticketholders are entitled to a full refund through their original point of purchase. You do not need to contact us, all refunds will be processed automatically. If you have any questions or concerns about this concert cancellation, please contact our Ticketing Services team at boxoffice@melbournerecital.com.au

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‘Playing with great gusto and passion, these five uber talented musicians [steal] the hearts of everyone in the crowd.’ The Adelaide Review

Arcadia Winds is a trailblazing ensemble, known for its energetic, spontaneous and joyful style. The ensemble celebrates the great music that exists for wind quintet, exploring every angle: from classical repertoire and new works by Australian composers to inventive arrangements of music spanning the ancient to the popular.

About the concert

Wind quintets are known to bring out composers’ fun sides: their ‘Esprit’! Join Arcadia Winds for a selection of quirky, crazy and captivating favourites. The whole circus comes to town in Jean Françaix’s magical Wind Quintet No.2. György Orbán’s work is equally quirky, but in a Hungarian-folk style that contrasts beautifully with Françaix’s French flair. From Australia, new works by John Shephard and the winner of the 2021 Arcadia Winds Composition Prize prove we also know to how throw a great party.

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ARTISTS

Arcadia Winds
Kiran Phatak flute
David Reichelt oboe
Lloyd Van’t Hoff clarinet
Rachel Shaw horn
Matthew Kneale bassoon

PROGRAM

John Shephard
Wagambirra

Jean Françaix
Wind Quintet No.2

2021 Arcadia Winds Composition Prize winner
new work

György Orbán
Wind Quintet

Venue