C10 The Great Divide

  • May 3, 2022

    7.30pm - 9.00pm

  • Fitters' Workshop

    Printers Way, Kingston ACT 2604

  • General Admission $80.00,

    Concession $72.00

  • In Association with

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Presented by Alliance Française

This concert features four musical realms. Spain’s medieval cantigas, earthy and seductive still today, contrast with the sumptuous polyphony of Portugal’s Golden Age. Steve Reich’s New York eighties vibe provides the perfect foil for Shostakovich’s sixth quartet, a masterpiece of Soviet optimism post-Stalin.  

 

Program 

Cantigas de Santa Maria  (Spain)

Manuel Cardoso and Dom Pedro de Cristo (Portugal), motets 

— Interva l–

Steve Reich, New York Counterpoint 

Dimitri Shostakovich, String Quartet no. 6   

 

Artists

Luminescence Chamber Singers

Orava String Quartet

Jason Noble, clarinet

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  • May 3, 2022

    7.30pm - 9.00pm

  • Fitters' Workshop

    Printers Way, Kingston ACT 2604

  • General Admission $80.00,

    Concession $72.00

Buy Tickets Now

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Artist Jason Noble

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Jason Noble is one of Australia’s most versatile clarinettists – experimental to classical – a soloist and core member of Ensemble Offspring. Jason has performed at festivals locally and internationally, from Warsaw to London, Shanghai to Kabul, and all major cities across Australia. “His expertise and virtuosic playing give new insights into the versatility of the bass clarinet” (Sounds Like Sydney) His album releases include THRUM (2020) – a collection of improvised ambient sounds created with Kim Cunio on piano – and Chi’s Cakewalk (2017), an...

Artist Orava String Quartet

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The Orava Quartet has been hailed by Limelight magazine as “the most exciting young quartet on the block” and predicted by The Australian to become “one of Australia’s proudest cultural exports.” Earning a reputation and devoted following for their thrilling performances, the Quartet – brothers Daniel and Karol Kowalik (violin and cello), violinist David Dalseno and violist Thomas Chawner - bring their unique sound and breathtaking intensity to the classics of the string quartet canon. Selected by Deutsche Grammophon for its his...

Artist Luminescence Chamber Singers

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Luminescence gives voice to human experiences of all kinds. Luminescence Chamber Singers is a vocal ensemble based on Ngunnawal country [Canberra, Australia], and the umbrella organisation for the Luminescence Children’s Choir. Performing music from all times and places, Luminescence champions the unbound expressive potential of our original instrument - the human voice. Both ensembles deliver artistic and educational programs that ignite the imagination of audiences, and give voice to human experiences of all kinds. Luminescence ...