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Lunchtime Concert - 'Little Ripper': In Memoriam Robert Carlton Hower

The Elder Conservatorium Wind Orchestra, conducted by Bryan Griffiths, presents a tribute to the late Robert “Bob” Hower, regarded as an international force in the world of wind band music.

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Lunchtime Concert - Spanning Centuries

The Elder Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra, directed by Elizabeth Layton, perform works by Mozart, Elgar and CPE Bach

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Evening Concert - Journeys 2

Join Carl Crossin, the Elder Conservatorium Chorale, and Dusk Vocal Trio for an evening of inspiring music about passage and place.

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Elder Music Lab - Metamorphoses


Pianist Esmond Choi performs Book I of George Crumb's Metamorphoses.

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Lunchtime Concert - Horn Trio

Don Banks' Horn Trio and Brahms' Horn Trio in E-flat major Op.40, with Alison Heike (violin), Phillip Paine (horn) and Michael Ierace (piano)

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Lunchtime Concert - The Meaning of All That

A celebration of the audaciousness, urbanity, sophistication and energy of the 20th century, through original works by Chindamo, Lutoslawski and Gershwin.

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Mozart's Friends and Relations

Nicholas Mathew (Professor of Music and Richard and Rhoda Goldman Distinguished Professor in the Humanities, UC Berkeley) and Anna Goldsworthy (Director, Elder Conservatorium of Music) perform works by Mozart and Hummel for piano four-hands.

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Lunchtime Concert - Reviving Bach

Music by JS Bach re-fashioned to exist in fresh versions, including an oboe sonata movement conceived from two manuscript sources, a solo keyboard work later remodelled by the composer into a concerto, and more.

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