What are you doing on Tuesday evening?

December 14, 2020 by Arts Editor
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Tune in at 7.30pm tomorrow night for a free digital concert performed by AWO colleagues and two stellar visual artists.

Click this LINK to watch the performance at 7.30pm, Tuesday 15th December
The performance will be followed by an online auction of the artworks created by visual artists Sally West & Paul Mallam during the performance.
Click this LINK to view the artworks and to bid on the auction
All funds raised from this auction will go towards the AWO’s composition commission fund, supporting Australian composer Paul Dean’s new work for our 2021 concert season titled Symphony.
Note: auction closes at 8pm, Sunday 20th December.

BOOK tickets HERE for the AWO’s 2021 Sydney performance of Paul Dean’s Symphony and stay tuned Melbourne and Canberra – your tickets will be released very soon.<

In recent months the use of digital technologies has come to the forefront of classical music performance. Artists and performers have worked, performed and collaborated on digital platforms during these silent times. Join us for a digital event that explores the intersection between the creation of visual art and classical music performance.

Presented in association with Delmar Gallery, Trinity Grammar School.

Emma Jezek, violin
Frank Celata, clarinet
Kat Lukey, violin
Tahlia Petrosian, viola
Timothy Nankervis, cello
Visual Artists
Sally West (oil paint is still drying artworks will be available for collection mid-January)
Paul Mallam
Rebecca Clarke – Prelude Allegro and Pastorale, for clarinet & viola
Ian Munro – Songs from the Bush, clarinet quintet
Dimitri Shostakovich – Elegy and Polka, for string quartet
J-Wire is proud to be associated with the AWO

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