Concert 2: The Canberra Times Opening Gala. Gold

Song Company, Canberra Camerata, Peelman, R., Broughton, M. C. and T’ang Quartet (2010) Concert 2: The Canberra Times Opening Gala. Gold. St. Christopher's Cathedral, Canberra, ACT, Australia, Canberra International Chamber Music Festival.

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Author Song Company
Canberra Camerata
Peelman, R.
Broughton, M. C.
T’ang Quartet
Title Concert 2: The Canberra Times Opening Gala. Gold
Place of publication St. Christopher's Cathedral, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Publisher Canberra International Chamber Music Festival
Publication date 2010-05-14
Series The 16th Canberra International Music Festival 2010
Total pages 1 musical performance
Language eng
Subject Live Performance of Creative Work - Music
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Gala – Gold [recital] Timpanist with chamber orchestra, Canberra Camerata, performing works by Bach and Handel with massed choirs.

Handel’s Zadok the Priest performed by the Canberra Camerata and a massed choir of over 100 voices will lead into Irish folk music and dancing by the Harp Consort led by Internationally acclaimed harpist Andrew Lawrence King. A Jazz reworking of the Elena Kats-Chernin’s festival theme will precede Bach’s Easter Oratorio, one of his most joyous and rarely heard works, performed by the golden voices of The Song Company, with International star oboist Thomas Indermühle and the Canberra Camerata under the direction of Roland Peelman.

Featured non-Australian music: Handel, Bach.

Program
GF Handel Zadok the Priest 7 mins
The Harp Consort The Golden Harp
Elena Kats-Chernin Beaver Blaze
Miroslav Bukovsky trumpet, Luke Sweeting piano, Bill Williams bass, Ed Rodriguez drums
JS Bach Easter Oratorio BWV 249
JS Bach Cantata Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft BWV 50

 
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