Daily Drill #1

  • April 27, 2022

    12.30pm - 1.15pm

  • ANU Drill Hall Gallery

    Kingsley Street, Acton ACT 2601

  • General Admission $free - no registration required,

    Concession $free - no registration required

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In collaboration with the ANU Drill Hall Gallery

The Daily Drill – a free lunch time concert with Ronan Apcar, on piano, and Emma Warburton, on flute.

Program

  1. Beside the Stream by Miriam Hyde (3′)
  2. Wedding Morn by Miriam Hyde (4′)
  3. Conversation for Piano by Dulcie Holland (8′) piano solo
    – I. Reflective
    – II. Emphatic
  4. Thoughts Before Bed by Ronan Apcar (5′)
  5. …after a while only the green of the grass is left by Ben Hoadley (5′) flute solo
  6. Status Quo by Sally Whitwell (3′) piano solo (w/ toy piano)
  7. Sunday Morning by Ian Clarke (4′)
  8. phoSpheric Variations by Paul Stanhope (4′)

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  • April 27, 2022

    12.30pm - 1.15pm

  • ANU Drill Hall Gallery

    Kingsley Street, Acton ACT 2601

  • General Admission $free - no registration required,

    Concession $free - no registration required

Buy Tickets Now

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Emma Warburton

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Emma is a recent Honours graduate of the ANU School of Music where she studied modern flute, piccolo and Baroque flute with Sally Walker under the Ken and Vera Fowler Honours Scholarship, the CASS Honours Scholarship, and was the recipient of the Friends Bernhard Neumann Memorial Prize. Emma is a member of the newly formed CSO Kingsland Collective, was Principal Flute with the ANU Orchestra and Canberra Youth Orchestra and has won positions with the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra National Academy 2021/2022. Emma has also enjoyed collaborating with and premiering works by risi...

Ronan Apcar

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Ronan Apcar is a young Australian pianist, composer, and musician who is quickly garnering a reputation of versatility, edge, and tenacity. His love for music across many styles – jazz to the avant-garde, classical to contemporary music – translates into his open-minded, exciting, and unique work as a musician. Though always striving to be a well-rounded musician, Ronan is best known for his work with contemporary classical and modern art music – particularly by Australian composers – and has a passion for challenging and breaking the stereotype of “the piano recital.” Beginning as a sel...