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WindSong Quintet – Cocktail Chamber Series

When:

Sat 30 Sep 2017, 5:00pm–6:00pm

Where: The Little Music Room, 35 Blackiston Rd, Littlehampton, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $40.00
  • Students: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: adroose

Newly established WindSong Quintet will present an intimate concert of master orchestral works arranged for quintet as part of the Cocktail Chamber Series at the Little Music Room in the Adelaide Hills, later this month. The Quintet will perform famous orchestral works such as Pictures at an Exhibition, Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana, themes by Wagner and Bizet, as well as classic woodwind repertoire.

Established in 2017 as a performance platform for emerging and freelance musicians, WindSong Quintet combines mentorship, performances and professional development. Created and led by flautist and esteemed music educator Linda Pirie, the members get a chance to perform chamber, orchestral and even operatic works as part of their larger ‘parent’ group The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) Ensemble. In this form, they can be regularly heard performing and touring Australia with Co-Opera, taking major opera works to remote and regional Australia. All members of the quintet are graduates of the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium.

This concert features music that has been “begged, borrowed, or stolen”—either by the composers in the case of folk melodies, or by WindSong’s resident arranger extraordinaire Matthew Holzinger who has arranged a Wagner theme for the Quintet.

Wine, cheese, and a chat with the musicians can be enjoyed in the garden after the performance. Limited tickets are on sale for this intimate venue. Be sure to book in advance.

WindSong Quintet:
Linda Pirie (flute) (Leader), Anna Coleman (clarinet), Charles Klein (oboe), Meredith Ens (French horn), Matthew Holzinger (bassoon) (arrangements).