Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Rubiks Collective
Concert Cancelled: Heirloom
Due to Victoria’s ongoing lockdown, we regret to advise that Rubiks Collective and Ossicle Duo’s Heirloom on Thursday 4 November has been cancelled.
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Two of Melbourne’s most vibrant chamber music ensembles, Rubiks Collective and Ossicle Duo, unite to present Heirloom, an exploration of the brighter and darker lots that one carries throughout life.
With a particular interest in storytelling and cross-art collaboration, Rubiks Collective has quickly established a reputation for brilliance, delighting audiences with its unique programming and revitalising virtuosity. Rubiks is particularly driven by a commitment to showcase the work of the artistic pioneers of our time. Ossicle Duo delivers raw, high-energy performances with compelling precision. An exciting partnership between trombonist Benjamin Anderson and percussionist Hamish Upton, the Duo explores the great repertoire that exists for this combination, ranging from post minimalism to the avant-garde.
About this concert
Alice Chance’s delicate Heirloom parallels the beauty and difficulty of moving time, while Annie Hsieh’s Quietude pauses the mind through a tinkling pallet of delicate glass objects. The concert culminates in the world premiere of a new work for the virtuosic forces of these two combined ensembles by rising Australian composer Jakob Bragg, recipient of the 2019 University of Melbourne Commission Award.
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Tamara Kohler flutes
Gemma Kneale cello
Jacob Abela piano
Kaylie Melville percussion
Benjamin Anderson trombones
Hamish Upton percussion
Annie Hui-Hsin Hsieh
Displaced bodies, weapons of action
Thursday 4 November 2021 6pm
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
Standard $40 ($29 Concession)
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