Bridging Traditions Concert #3 Programme Details
Not long now until our final Bridging Traditions Concert of the year, featuring our exquisite friends The Consort of Melbourne chamber choir as guests next Thursday 10th September at Deakin Edge, Federation Square Melbourne. We thought you’d like a sneak peak of what’s on the program and some youtube tasters of what we’re performing. All works except the American Suite will include The Consort performing with us. You really don’t want to miss this!
Thursday 10th September 7:30pm at Deakin Edge, Fed Square, Melbourne.
Tickets $60 standard / $48 concession. Book online at trybooking.com/GLLO
Concert duration 2 hours (inc interval). Cash bar open 45 minutes before performance, during interval and at concert end.
American Suite composed by Gemma Turvey (As featured on our CD Between the Lines)
Ganges composed by Gemma Turvey (As featured on our CD Landscapes for a Mind’s Eye)
Parce mihi Domine composed by Cristobal de Morales
This performance will feature improvisation by pianist Gemma Turvey, inspired by The Hilliard Ensemble with saxophonist Jan Garbarek’s treatment for their collaborative album Officium https://youtu.be/qfodIWqR0II
Stars composed by Eriks Esenvalds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wRsK8Qv_zs
Chega de Saudade (No More Blues) composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim arr Turvey https://youtu.be/UzFJwiHRwDg
Gabriel’s Oboe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oag1Dfa1e_E and
On Earth as it is in Heaven composed by Ennio Morricone, soundtrack to The Mission https://youtu.be/oag1Dfa1e_E?t=5m17s
Voice of The Wood composed by Eugene Friesen arr Turvey
Glenveagh composed by Gemma Turvey (As featured on our CD Landscapes for a Mind’s Eye)
Myfanwy composed by Joseph Parry arr Turvey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jq08pcQU-hs