Thursday 15th October at 7pm (AEDT)

ANAM – Bach, Britten and Mendelssohn

Join our future music leaders from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) as they come together to perform a selection of chamber works, from a brass arrangement of Bach’s Concerto for Organ based on Vivaldi’s double violin concerto, to the work that won Benjamin Britten international recognition, his Phantasy Quartet. Mendelssohn’s String Quartet in D major provides a spirited finale to this celebration of Australia’s emerging musical leaders.

The concert will also include introductions from Scott Kinmont (ANAM Trombone Faculty).

Presenting Partner: National Art School

Artists

Musicians and Alumni from the Australian National Academy of Music:

Freya Hombergen – horn
Eve McEwen – horn
Jarrod Callaghan – trombone
Cian Malikides – trombone
Ennes Mehmedbasic – oboe
Meg Cohen – violin
Cora Fabbri – viola
Nick McManus – cello
Emily Beauchamp – violin
Phoebe Gardner – violin
Aidan Flishie – guest, viola

Program

Bach (arr. Mansted) – Concerto for Organ in A minor (after Vivaldi) BWV593

Freya Hombergen (horn), Eve McEwen (horn), Jarrod Callaghan (trombone), Cian Malikides (trombone)

Britten – Phantasy Quartet for oboe & string trio Op. 2

Ennes Mehmedbasic (oboe), Meg Cohen (violin), Cora Fabbri (viola), Nick McManus (cello)

Mendelssohn – String Quartet in D Major Op. 44 No. 1

Emily Beauchamp (violin), Phoebe Gardner (violin), Aidan Flishie (guest, viola), Nick McManus (cello)

Date
Thursday 15th October at 7pm (AEDT)

Duration
60 minutes

Venue

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