The Melbourne Composers’ League will present an Elbow Room concert featuring composers who were involved in a concert that was cancelled in 2020 due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. A range of works will be presented, and I look forward to giving the first performance of a song cycle I wrote during Melbourne’s first lockdown in 2020. Songs in a Time of Coronavirus is a group of eight short songs on themes coming out of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic, both personal stories and stories from the wider world.
Entry $20/15 concession/MCL members, children free. Enquires
Concert featuring new chamber and electroacoustic musical works by local contemporary composers.
The long-held tradition of the Melbourne Composers’ League Elbow Room concerts continues at St Peter’s Anglican Church, 1038 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill on Saturday 10 April 2021. The Elbow Room concerts are a much-loved part of the Melbourne music scene. The concerts are not formally curated and are open to all styles of music, providing a valuable opportunity for composers to present their newest works, experiment and test out ideas or re-visit older works in a friendly and conducive atmosphere. The broad and interesting array of new musical compositions are of a diverse mix and offer something for everyone to enjoy or be surprised and challenged by.
ENTRY FEE: $20 / $15 concession/MCL members. Children free.
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Christina Green; Gary Butler; Joseph Franklin; Colin McKellar; Gary McKie; Johanna Selleck; Nicola Monolopoli; Silvia Simons; Julian Cafarella; Livia Judge; Paul Moulatlet; Haydn Reeder; Ros Bandt.
Danaë Killian (piano); Livia Judge and Johanna Selleck (flute); Kat Tsyrlin (violin); Kate Worley (viola); Gary Butler (guitar); Christina Green (voice, ukulele); Ros Bandt (Baroque alto recorder, Ancient Greek lyre, slide whistle).