Resonance Presents The Origins Of Song

When:  From 12-May-17 to 14-May-17, starting at 6 pm May 12 and finishing at 3 pm May 14
Where:  Christ Church, Lavender Bay, May 12/ Hunter Baillie, Annandale, May 14
 

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Resonance Concerts and Events presents The Origins of Song, featuring soprano and violinist Susie North and guitarist Ngoc-Tuan Hoang. Designed and curated by Resonance co-Artistic Director Felix Cross, this highly original and insightful programme features two international musicians from contrasting backgrounds.

For centuries composers have been inspired by the folk song traditions of their homelands. Sometimes it is the dramatic landscapes, images of rural life or even the struggles of the people who provide the muse. Elsewhere the source might be a simple folk song, ripe for a musical translation that mines hidden depths of feeling and understanding.

The programme will stretch from the Renaissance to the 20th Century, linked by a common theme: the genius of the composer inspired by the music of the people. It will include music by Dvorak, Ravel, Britten, Walton, Rodrigo and Bartok.

Susie Bishop is a soprano who has sung with the Song Company and the Marais Ensemble. She is also a renowned violinist, performing with multi-ARIA award-winning ensemble Monsieur Camembert, the Hinterland Ensemble amongst many others, as well as studying Tango music in Argentina.

Ngoc-Tuan Hoang is one of the most celebrated Vietnamese guitarists. He is also a composer, writer, teacher and human rights activist. Since his arrival in Australia in 1983 as a political refugee, Tuan has performed throughout the nation and appeared frequently on radio and television. Meanwhile, many of his compositions have become iconic among virtuoso guitarists in Vietnam.

Complimentary drinks will be served afterwards.

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Posted on April 18, 2017 @ 16.29
 

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