Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Lyrebird Brass
Sharing their burgeoning collection of dynamic brass repertoire.
About the artists
Named for the unique songbird of their hometown, Lyrebird Brass are a collective of extraordinary talent, thoughtful programming and a heartfelt dedication to brass.
In celebration of their debut album, Apex Predators, Lyrebird Brass shares its burgeoning collection of dynamic brass repertoire, shining a light on composers from underrepresented demographics and Australian composers.
About the concert
The performance will feature works from Cathy Likhuta, award-winning Melburnian Kate Neal, Luke Styles, Alan Holley and Andrew Batterham. Audiences will be treated to two world premieres – the first a commissioned piece by Alice Humphries and the world premiere of Apex Predators, a thrilling, virtuosic piece by Brisbane-based, Katherine Likhuta. An evening of eclectic chamber music, spanning lyrical beauty, exceptional artistry and accessible programming.
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Joel Brennan trumpet
Rosie Turner trumpet
Carla Blackwood horn
Don Immel trombone
Tim Buzbee tuba
Melbourne Mosaic – Shrine, Punt Road, Spire
This production is part of the following series:
Monday 28 March 2022 7.30pm
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
Standard $55 ($45 Concession)
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