|CHILD up to 18||$12.00|
|FAMILY 2+2 ($60 total)||$15.00|
Tickets are available online until 1pm on Sunday 18 November. Tickets will be available at the door (cash only).
The Guitar Collaboration is Anne Begg, Jenni Heinrich, Ashley Bird and Josh McGuffie – all performers and teachers local to the Bendigo area. The ensemble’s title allows for a variety of configurations including duos, trios or quartet and they have performed as each of these over the last two and a half years within the region and in Melbourne.
In this performance they will team up with Paul Canlan (actor), Michael Lichnovsky (saxophone) and Jenny Gogolin (flute) to present a new and enjoyable variety of guitar music.
There are three works to be performed by the full Guitar Collaboration – the first two are dynamic, early guitar quartets by Australia’s Richard Charlton. The third work is a set of miniatures, for guitar quartet and narrator which evokes characters and scenes from Dylan Thomas' play for voices "Under Milk Wood" (1954). It was commissioned by the Dylan Thomas Society of Great Britain for the Tetra guitar quartet, who gave the first performance at St John's, Smith Square, London on the 24th February 1990.
There are five guitar duets including the eclectic “Wave Radiance” by Phillip Houghton and the guitar and saxophone duet, “Cloud 8” by Stuart Greenbaum. The boldness and modernity of these works are a stark contrast to the more traditional 1st movment of the Sonatina for flute and guitar by Castelnuovo-Tedesco and a series of three beautiful guitar duets by Ross Edwards, Jorgo Cardosa and Phillip Houghton.
CHILD up to 18
FAMILY 2+2 ($60 total)
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