Events: Lunchtime series

Lunchtime Concert - Journeys 1

Join Carl Crossin, the Elder Conservatorium Chorale, and Bella Voce for a concert of magnificent choral music.

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Lunchtime Concert - Beauty and Tragedy

Wagner’s operatic influence pervades his music; these two short pieces taking the listener on a journey through excitement, love, and loss. In similar fashion, Brahms’ final symphony is a conduit to places of severity, solemnity and exuberance.

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Lunchtime Concert - Celestial Worlds

Claire Edwardes and Emily Granger join forces on stage with their two unique and monolithic instruments – the marimba and the harp!

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Lunchtime Concert - Trailblazers

‘Inspired as much by modern gypsy music, punk, and electronica as it is by traditional Bulgarian and Romanian folk music’ says Missy Mazzoli of her high-octane string trio. SA-born Natalie Williams pays tribute to one of music’s pioneering women, Clara Schumann, before the haunting Violin Sonata by one of Australia’s most significant musical trailblazers, Margaret Sutherland.

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Lunchtime Concert - Schubert: The Poet's Poet

Violist Stephen King and pianist Anna Goldsworthy perform a selection of Schubert’s lieder transcribed for piano and viola.

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Lunchtime Concert - Powerhouse

The Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr Luke Dollman, performs works by Graeme Koehne and Hannah Wilkinson alongside William Walton's famous viola concerto, featuring soloist Mattea Osenk.

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Lunchtime Concert - Where Emus Roam the Streets

New lyrical contemporary jazz from Mark Ferguson’s ABC Jazz Composer Commission, Where Emus Roam the Streets, inspired by the dramatic vistas, the ‘ghost towns’ and the extraordinary people of the Northern Flinders Ranges on Adnymathanha country.

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Lunchtime Concert - In Memory

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 and CPE Bach, alongside a world premiere from Charles Bodman Rae. 

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Lunchtime Concert - Piano Duo

The sonorities and colours of Debussy’s En blanc et noir show how expressively rich the piano can be. Join Lucinda Collins and Konstantin Shamray for this rare and exciting concert.

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