Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre and Emily Granger, Jonathan Henderson & James Wannan
The sumptuous combination of flute, viola and harp.
The sumptuous combination of flute, viola and harp unites three exciting, young soloists as they deliver a thoughtfully curated program with lilting melodies and deep, introspective performances that will engross audiences from start to finish.
Returning to Melbourne Recital Centre’s Primrose Potter Salon, the trio has crafted an all-Australian lineup of works, featuring composers Sally Greenway, Tristan Coelho and Gerard Brophy. The performance will also see the world premiere of Three Mystic Dances, a piece written by Ross Edwards especially for the trio.
An amalgamation not to be missed, this concert provides a musical contemplation for uncertain times, offering beauty, comfort and hope.
Praise for Mystic Dances
‘Each instrument had its unique voice, but the blend of sounds by the three musicians was magical, producing a sensitive, joyful opening.’ Limelight
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Emily Granger harp
Jonathan Henderson flute
James Wannan viola
Of Love for viola d’amore
The Old School
Three Mystic Dances – world premiere
Three Short Pieces for Trio
This production is part of the following series:
Tuesday 26 April 2022 6pm
Duration: 1 hour (no interval)
Standard $37 ($30 Concession)
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