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EVENTS // Australia Ensemble UNSW: Summer Music


Australia Ensemble UNSW 2023 Subscription Concert: Summer Music

The ease of a summer holiday is reflected Dvořák’s Piano Quartet, while Barber’s wind quintet suggests a tour through different landscapes on a sunny day. This out-door mood is shared by the ever-genial music of Jean Françaix, and the Parisian-accented work of Dutch composer Leo Smit. 

Samuel BARBER | Summer Music Op.31 (1956) 

Jean FRANÇAIX | Trio (1992) 

Leo SMIT | Sextet (1933) 

Antonin DVOŘÁK | Piano Quartet No.2 Op.87 in E flat (1889) 

Artists: David Griffiths, clarinet; and Ian Munro, piano with Emeritus artist Geoffrey Collins, flute; and guest artists Elizabeth Layton, violin; Wenhong Luo, viola; Teije Hylkema, cello; Shefali Pryor, oboe; Robert Johnson, horn; and Andrew Barnes, bassoon.

Date: Saturday August 12, 7.30pm-9.30pm

Location: Sir John Clancy Auditorium

Single Tickets: Adult $56 | Senior $43 | Concession $34 

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