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Music On a Market Sunday


Sun 24 Sep 2017, 12:30pm–1:00pm

Where: Uniting Church, 114 Rusden St, Armidale, New England

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: benjaminthorn

20th Century Recorder in Market Sunday Concert.

The Music on a Market Sunday Concert on 24 September at 12:30 in the Uniting Church will feature Alana Blackburn and Robyn Bradley playing three twentieth century works for recorder and piano. It will include works by Lennox Berkeley and Eliodoro Sollima.

The Berkeley Sonatina was one of the first really significant twentieth century recorder works. Inevitably it has been plundered by flautists and even turned into a flute concerto. Influenced by Stravinsky, Ravel, Poulenc and Boulanger Berkeley’s music has an emphasis on melody, lucid textures and a conciseness of expression. Italian composer Sollima is influenced by Bartok and his Sonata is a lively dialogue between the recorder and piano.

Alana Blackburn is highly regarded throughout Australian and Europe as a soloist performer and ensemble musician. Her collaboration with pianist Robyn Bradley brings together two of Armidale’s most talented musicians in a concert that shouldn’t be missed.

Admission to the concert is free, though donations are encouraged. Tea and sausages are available at the Uniting Church before the concert.