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A YEAR-LONG FESTIVAL OF CHAMBER MUSIC DEDICATED TO SHARING THE STORIES OF OUR WWI HEROES

L O C A L H E R O E S

2015

HEARTFELT & INTIMATE CONCERTS BY AUSTRALIA’S BEST MUSICIANS

In 2015 Local Heroes presents 31 ensembles, 78 concerts and the best local musicians in the award-winning acoustics of Melbourne Recital Centre. With single tickets priced from just $38 and season tickets from only $65, Local Heroes is the easiest way to indulge your love of chamber music or take delight in experiencing it for the first time. From strings to piano, early music to contemporary and art song to tango, there’s something for every musical taste. This year the series shares the stories of our World War I heroes, commemorating the ANZAC Centenary with the personal histories of over 80 Victorians involved in the Great War. The names of the heroes we remember can be found on each concert page and their personal stories can be read online at melbournerecital.com.au/stories

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S H R I N E O F REMEMBRANCE

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A US T RA LI A PIANO QUARTET TH E EN SEMBLE IN TH EIR OWN PROGRA M W E

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E AC H A S O LO IS T A ND A N I ND I V I D UA L R IGHT, PE R FO R ME D T H I S SUBSTA NT I A L ITH E MPATHY, TE C HN I C A L EA SE A ND XE MPLARY MUS IC IANSH I P. S OUN D S

The Quartet’s passion for the piano quartet (violin, viola, cello and piano) stems from their love of the extraordinary repertoire and the unique qualities of the ensemble itself. They champion contemporary Australian composers, breathe new life into rarely performed masterpieces and present the best-loved works of the piano quartet canon.

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BOUNDLESS JOURNEYS FRIDAY 14 AUGUST

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval

Fauré and Julian Yu piano quartets plus Pozniak’s Bordersongs.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

RACE AGAINST TIME FRIDAY 27 NOVEMBER

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

Piano quartets by Brahms, Arthur Bliss, Frederick Septimus Kelly and Jack Symonds’ Responsories.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Captain Mervyn Higgins Concert 2 - Frank Lesnie

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TH E TRI O WAS THR ILLING TO WAT C H : T H EI R CON STA NT E YE C O NTAC T AND BO DY LA NG UA G E SIG NIFIE D C LO S E AR TIS TI C BO ND S. HE R A L D

The lads of one of Melbourne’s favourite piano trios, Benaud Trio, celebrate their 10-year anniversary. They take a nostalgic look at some of their favourite pieces and at the same time look enthusiastically into the future with new music from composers with whom the Trio feels a special connection.

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POWERHOUSE SATURDAY 7 MARCH

Salon, 3pm & 6pm One hour, no interval

Dvořák’s Piano Trio No.3 in F minor, Op.65 and Hindson’s Rush (version for piano trio).

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

MIRACLES SATURDAY 18 JULY

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

An arrangement of Schoenberg’s Transfigured Night and Vasks’ Plainscapes. DEDICATIONS SATURDAY 10 OCTOBER Haydn Piano Trio in D, Hob.XV:24 and Beethoven’s Archduke.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Lieutenant Fred Birks VC Concert 2 - Sergeant George Challis Concert 3 - The Gillespie Brothers of Carlton

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T H E C O N S O R T O F M E L B O U R N E L E G A C Y I MPR E S S IVE VO C AL BLE ND I NG AND S UPE R B DYNAMIC RA NG E. THE

Melbourne’s premier vocal ensemble, The Consort of Melbourne, champions both historic and contemporary chamber vocal repertoire. The group explores visions of the future through the art of forward-thinking composers. Hear how these compositions, revolutionary in their own time, foretold new directions for music and opened the door to sound worlds still being explored today.

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VISIONS OF TOMORROW WEDNESDAY 4 MARCH

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

Includes works by Solage, Gesualdo, Scelsi, Hildegard von Bingen and other plainchant.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

VOICES OF REMEMBRANCE THURSDAY 6 AUGUST

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

Choral works by Kitagawa, Takemitsu, Yuasa, Ishii, Hodgson and Nørgård. SONGS OF THE HOME FRONT WEDNESDAY 7 OCTOBER Familiar favourites including ‘Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag’, ‘Keep The Home Fires Burning’ and ‘Lord, thou hast been our refuge’.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Sir Stanley Savige Concert 2 - Corporal William Dunstan VC Concert 3 - Skipper Francis

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CONTINUO COLLECTIVE THE C O LLEC T I V E D O ES ITS INS T RUM ENT S P RO UD . T H E

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The Collective revels in rarely heard works. Members Samantha Cohen and Geoffrey Morris dedicate their talent to exploring the lute and guitar families in early music. A Continuo Collective concert sees the artists deftly sharing the roles of soloist and accompanist through the art of basso continuo and compositions from the 17th to the 21st centuries. LAGRIME MIE: TEARS & LULLABIES THURSDAY 16 APRIL Songs by Merula, Caccini and Strozzi. Vivien Hamilton soprano LA GUITARRA ROMANTICA MONDAY 12 OCTOBER Guitar works by Sor, Mertz and De L’Hoyer. Tommie Andersson romantic guitars Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession Dedicated to Concert 1 - Dr Elsie Dalyell, Dr Mary de Garis & Dr Vera Scantlebury Concert 2 - Private Walter Henry Chibnall

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COSMO COSMOLINO W O R L D , L I T T L E

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L U S C IO US S TR INGS , GYPSY M USI C , TANGO S AND S O NGS . . .

Cosmo Cosmolino, an ensemble of strings, accordion and voices, explores the music of Eastern-Europe and the Mediterranean through new arrangements of their favourite composers, perform their own original works and unique settings of folk tunes.

LET’S SELL THE HORSE, LET’S SELL THE HOUSE - JUST TO DANCE WEDNESDAY 27 MAY Eastern-European music both exciting and rhythmic including Dvořák, Bartók, Keeble, Simpson and Mountfort. MEDITERRANEAN STORIES WEDNESDAY 2 SEPTEMBER

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

A selection of music by Falla, Ravel, Bizet, Ponce and Gunson.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Cedric ‘Spike’ Howell Concert 2 - Mauritz Michaelis

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DANIEL DE BORAH &

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NEAR-FAULTLESS PRECISION A N D E L O Q U E N C E . THE AGE

Melbourne-based pianist Daniel de Borah is joined by three of Australia’s finest soloists in a series that explores masterworks of the duo repertoire. Guest artists include cellist Julian Smiles of the Goldner String Quartet, Adam Chalabi of Tinalley String Quartet, and tenor Andrew Goodwin.

ON WENLOCK EDGE TUESDAY 3 MARCH

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

Vaughan Williams’ ‘On Wenlock Edge’ and Butterworth’s Six Songs from ‘A Shropshire Lad’. Andrew Goodwin tenor

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

VIOLIN SONATAS WITH ADAM CHALABI THURSDAY 20 AUGUST Sonatas by Mozart and Elgar and Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending. Adam Chalabi violin CELLO SONATAS WITH JULIAN SMILES TUESDAY 27 OCTOBER Sonatas for cello and piano by Franck and Prokofiev. Julian Smiles cello

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Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Edward John Francis Ryan VC Concert 2 - Captain Robert Bage Concert 3 - Sir Nevill Maskelyn Smyth VC

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D U O C H A M B E R M E L A N G E T WO LO NG-TIME FR IE NDS G I V E EN GA G ING AND MOVING PE R F O RM A NC ES.

Duo Chamber Melange is a wonderful partnership stemming from a decadelong collaboration between acclaimed musicians, Ivana Tomaskova (violin) and Tamara Smolyar (piano). The Duo’s diverse repertoire embraces classical and contemporary compositions in moving and engaging performances.

FROM THE HOMELAND FRIDAY 24 APRIL

Salon, 6.30pm One hour, no interval

Smetana’s ‘From the Homeland’, Dvořák, Martinů and Grabowsky.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

EROICA FRIDAY 13 NOVEMBER

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

Sonatas for violin and piano by Frederick Septimus Kelly, Beethoven and Schumann.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Vera Deakin Concert 2 - Captain Albert Jacka VC

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A N IRRE S IS TIBLE MIX O F MUS I C I N WH I C H PIA N OS AND PE R C US S IO N UNIT E T O BRI NG WE LL-LOVE D WO R KS TO LI F E.

Two of Australia’s most innovative, imaginative and searching musical voices come together to re-imagine works of the past, re-invent works of the present, and forge new paths into the future of the two piano ensemble genre. Stephen Emmerson and Sonya Lifschitz seek to explore the dramaturgy and the intricate dialogue possible between two pianos.

INFINITE VARIATIONS WEDNESDAY 22 APRIL

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

J.S. BACH Goldberg Variations, BWV 988, arranged by Stephen Emmerson for two pianos.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

8 HANDS. 40 FINGERS. INFINITY OF POSSIBILITIES WEDNESDAY 29 JULY

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story and Bartók’s Sonata for two pianos and percussion. Vanessa Tomlinson & Leah Scholes percussion Dedicated to Concert 1 - Fred and Arthur Rogasch Concert 2 - Sergeant Maurice Buckley VC DCM

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ENSEMBLE LIAISON &

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IL BEL CANTO EN SEMB L E LIAIS O N E NDS YE AR WI T H O UT STA ND I NG V IOL IN L IAIS O N AT ME LBO UR NE REC I TA L C ENT RE. THE

Ensemble Liaison presents a journey through ‘beautiful songs’. Featuring the ultimate bel canto arias by Bellini, Mahler’s Fourth Symphony and exquisite instrumental works by Brahms, Schumann, Piazzolla and Bruce.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - William Scurry Concert 2 - Captain Aubrey Liddelow Concert 3 - Captain Joseph Peter Lalor

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FAIRY TALES & GUMBOOTS WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL Piano Quintet in F minor, Op.34a by Brahms and music by Schumann and David Bruce. Elizabeth Sellars & Paul Wright violin Cameron Hill viola MAHLER’S 4TH, ANAM & ENSEMBLE LIAISON FRIDAY 21 AUGUST Copland’s Appalachian Spring, an arrangement of Mahler’s Symphony No.4 and a new work by Viggiani. Greta Bradman soprano Natsuko Yoshimoto violin Musicians of the Australian National Academy of Music

IL BEL CANTO, EMMA MATTHEWS & ENSEMBLE LIAISON THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER Music by Schumann, Bellini and Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires. Elizabeth Sellars violin Emma Matthews soprano Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, 7pm Two hours, incl. interval TICKETS $50 | $40 concession Three concert season ticket $128 | $102 concession

FIREBIRD TRIO H O R I Z O N S

I N T E R P R E TATIV E MATURITY PAIRED WITH SUPERB ENSEMBLE AND A GRAND S PLA SH O F V ERV E. THE

Firebird Trio is on a mission to delve into music from all periods with a particular emphasis on new settings of past and contemporary works deserving greater recognition. This season features a typically eclectic program of music stretching to the far corners of the earth and time.

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ORIENTAL HORIZONS WEDNESDAY 15 APRIL

Salon, 7pm 110-mins, incl. interval

Works by Takemitsu, Liszt, Beethoven, Rachmaninov and a new work by Paul Grabowsky.

TICKETS $50 | $40 concession

EUROPEAN HORIZONS MONDAY 24 AUGUST

Three concert season ticket $128 | $102 concession

Piano trio’s by Mozart, Schumann and Turina and Henze’s Adagio, adagio. AMERICAN HORIZONS WEDNESDAY 4 NOVEMBER Schoenfield’s Café Music, Currier’s Verge and Bernstein’s Piano Trio. Paul Dean clarinet

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Private Martin Troy Concert 2 - Nicholas Rodakis MM Concert 3 - Lance Corporal Walter Boxer DCM MM and Bar

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FLINDERS QUARTET TH E QU A R TO GETH ER TIGH T EN F L U EN T D IA

TET S O UNDE D AS IF TH F OR A LIFE TIME : UNIT SEMBLE , FINE BALANC E L OG UE S BE TWE E N S O LO THE

One of Australia’s most loved string quartets, Flinders Quartet casts new light on classical music with a fresh perspective through their musical skill and maturity. This season celebrates the life of Jean Sibelius whose 150th anniversary is marked in 2015.

E Y H A D BEEN P LAY I NG Y O F I NT ERP RETAT I O N, , MAT C H ED T O NE, A ND AND C O LLEC T I V E LINES.

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MOZART/SIBELIUS MONDAY 2 MARCH

Salon, 7pm 110-mins, incl. interval

Sibelius String Quartet No.1 and No.2 and Mozart’s No.17 in B-flat, K.458, The Hunt.

TICKETS $50 | $40 concession

AND… ACTION! MONDAY 25 MAY

Three concert season ticket $128 | $102 concession

Sibelius and Beethoven string quartets and Mattias Lysell and Andrew Ford’s film scores to Le Sculpteur Express. PIANO HEAVEN WITH HOANG MONDAY 26 OCTOBER Schumann Piano Quintet Op.44, Beethoven String Quartet Op.18, No.6 and a Tom Henry premiere. Hoang Pham piano

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Dedicated to Concert 1 - Private Ansselmi Talava Concert 2 - Private Thomas O’Dwyer Concert 3 - Walter Peeler VC

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G R I G O R YA N B R O T H E R S &

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EN SL AVA AND LE O NAR D GR IG O RYA N P I C GU ITA R S , THE Y ALS O S TE P OUT SI D E T H N G SO THE Y NE VE R C O MPR O M I SE T H EI R TEGRIT Y, O R THE INTE GR ITY O F T H E M U

Duos are common enough in the musical world, but sibling duos are a rare thing. Local guitar heroes Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are that rare thing. There is no rivalry, only the bonds of family and a love of music.

THIS TIME THURSDAY 23 APRIL

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, 7pm 110-mins, incl. interval

Nigel Westlake, William Lovelady, Shaun Rigney, Luke Howard, Ralph Towner and originals by the brothers.

TICKETS $50 | $40 concession

MY LATIN HEART – JOSÉ CARBÓ THURSDAY 27 AUGUST

THUR 10 DECEMBER Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

World-renowned baritone José Carbó sings tango and Latin songs - Piazzolla, Gardel and Mores. José Carbó baritone WITH SHARON DRAPER & LUKE HOWARD THURSDAY 10 DECEMBER

Dedicated to Concert 1 - The Horwood Brothers of Preston Concert 2 - Four brothers of Dunkeld Concert 3 - Carl & Ernek Janssen

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K UP E NO RM . M USI C A L SI C .

With Australian String Quartet cellist Sharon Draper and pianist/composer Luke Howard.

THUR 10 DECEMBER $38 | $28 concession Three concert season ticket $117 | $91 concession

JOE CHINDAMO & ZOË BLACK BLE N D I NG C LA SSI C A L, J AZZ AND O RI G I NA L M USI C I N A REFRESHING AND EXCITING WAY. TH E

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Internationally acclaimed pianist, composer and arranger Joe Chindamo and leading Australian classical violinist Zoë Black form a unique musical partnership. They combine a number of musical styles into a new genre that defies definition but is rather the result of two artists creating a musical dialogue with a combined language. JOE CHINDAMO & ZOË BLACK I WEDNESDAY 1 APRIL Ives’ Violin Sonata No.1, Chindamo’s Symbiosis, and his arrangement of Handel’s ‘Cara sposa’. JOE CHINDAMO & ZOË BLACK II THURSDAY 12 NOVEMBER Sonata for violin and piano by Ravel, Chindamo’s own sonata for violin and piano and an arrangement of Weill’s ‘September Song’. Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession Dedicated to Concert 1 - Fred Tubb Concert 2 - Dr John William Springthorpe

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KEGE LS TATT E NS E MBLE H A N DLE S 20TH C E NTURY THE

For the past 10 years the gifted and passionate musicians of Kegelstatt Ensemble have worked together joyfully and fruitfully in bringing great chamber music to life. Their program for this year has been curated by their audience featuring favourites from their past performances and is a beautiful selection of 20th-century music. 20

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THE DIVINE TUESDAY 25 AUGUST

Salon, 6pm 65-mins, no interval

Crumb’s Voice of the Whale and music by Debussy and Liebemann. Melina van Leeuwen harp Alexandra Castle flute Louise McKay cello

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

THE HUMAN TUESDAY 1 DECEMBER Music by Schnittke, Bartók and Penderecki. Lachlan Bramble violin Ewen Bramble cello Sarah Barrett french horn Dedicated to Concert 1 - Geoffrey Haggard Concert 2 - Simon Fraser

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BEETHOVEN’S GRAND LEGACY KRIS TIAN C HO NG IS A PIA NI ST O F IMPRE S S IVE TALE NT AND S E NSI T I V I T Y. THE

Beethoven’s 10 piano and violin sonatas irrevocably changed the genre towards the form we know today. Mozart started this transformation, and thankfully Beethoven continued the development. Leading Australian pianist Kristian Chong and friends perform Beethoven sonatas for piano and violin, juxtaposed with newer works for the ensemble.

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BEETHOVEN’S SPRING SONATA THURSDAY 30 APRIL

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval

A collection of Beethoven and SaintSaëns sonatas for piano and violin. Sophie Rowell violin

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

LI-WEI, NATSUKO & KRISTIAN FRIDAY 24 JULY Music by Beethoven, Sollima and Brahms. Natsuko Yoshimoto violin Li-Wei Qin cello BEETHOVEN, HEDONISM & JUBILATION TUESDAY 10 NOVEMBER A collection of Beethoven and Fauré sonatas for piano and violin. Natsuko Yoshimoto violin

FRI 24 JULY Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, 7pm 90-mins incl. interval FRI 24 JULY $50 | $40 concession Three concert season ticket $107 | $82 concession Dedicated to Concert 1 - Lieutenant Colonel Walter Percy Farr Concert 2 - Lieutenant Robert Grieve VC Concert 3 -Private Harry Willis

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LATITUDE 37 KNOWLED G E A ND TA LENT BR ING BA RO Q UE ERA A LI V E. T HE

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Latitude 37 are a favourite on the early music scene, their performances are intimate, spontaneous strolls on the wild side of early music. CIACONA TUESDAY 24 MARCH A program devoted to one of the most beloved Baroque musical forms, the chaconne. Leclair, Morel, Buxtehude, Bertali, Capricornus and more. L’ESPRIT D’ELÉGANCE TUESDAY 21 JULY A program of refinement and beauty, designed to amuse the most sophisticated artistic taste of the French aristocracy. Couperin, Lully, Rameau and more. CORRADINI & THE COURTESAN TUESDAY 8 SEPTEMBER Explore the musical dichotomy of early 17th-century Italy with rarely heard composers Nicolo Corradini, Barbara Strozzi and more. Anna Sandstrom soprano Matthew Manchester cornetto Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession Dedicated to Concert 1 - Lieutenant William Donovan Joynt VC Concert 2 - James Newland VC Concert 3 - Major William Ruthven VC

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LUDOVICO’S BAND TH E EXCEPTIO NAL BE AUTY AND VI TA LI T Y O F T H E PERF ORM ANC E S AR E WO R THY O F M A NY REP EAT S.

Ludovico’s Band is one of Australia’s most dynamic Baroque bands. Led by Marshall McGuire (harp) and Tommie Andersson (theorbo/lute), the group creates a unique sound world through the combination of lush plucked continuo and soaring Baroque bows. Jump on board for a trip of Baroque proportions.

DESTINATION: VENICE TUESDAY 26 MAY

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

Works by Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Cavalli and Marcello.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

UNMASQUED TUESDAY 18 AUGUST The passion and drama of Baroque music is especially powerful in the masques and operas of the time. Locke’s Cupid and Death, Handel’s Acis and Galatea and Monteverdi’s - Eighth Book of Madrigals.

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

A MUSICAL PORTRAIT TUESDAY 17 NOVEMBER A selection of works by Nicholas Lanier and other pieces by composers he influenced including Locke, Lawes and Purcell.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Phillip Schuler Concert 2 - Major General Edwin Tivey Concert 3 - Robert Thwaites & the Stuart Mill Nine

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MELBOURNE ART SONG COLLECTIVE E XPLO R E

The Melbourne Art Song Collective has been presenting fine music to audiences since 2009 with their diverse programs often combining iconic and well-loved song cycles with brand new compositions in a way that respects the history of Art Song while showing it to be a vibrant and evolving genre.

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LIEDER DES ABSCHIEDS THURSDAY 23 JULY

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

Selected lieder by Korngold and Marx. Siobhan Stagg soprano Eidit Golder piano

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

DIE SCHÖNE MÜLLERIN MONDAY 30 NOVEMBER

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

Schubert’s ‘Die schöne Müllerin’, Op.25, D.795. Michael Smallwood tenor Eidit Golder piano

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Dame Nellie Melba Concert 2 - General Sir John Monash

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MELBOURNE GUITAR QUARTET A B RIL L IANT ADDITIO N TO AUS TRA LI A ’S M USI C A L LA N D SCA PE. A J OY TO LIS TE N TO . T H I S I S EX A C T LY W H AT THE C LAS S IC AL GUITAR WO RLD NEED S. SLAVA GRIGORYAN

The Melbourne Guitar Quartet (MGQ) is a guitarbased ensemble dedicated to the development of new chamber music repertoire for the instrument. The Quartet uses the guitar family of instruments (classical bass, baritone, standard, treble and octave guitars) producing a rich and broad timbral spectrum for guitar ensemble performance. 26

TEN YEARS WITH MGQ THURSDAY 19 MARCH

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

To commemorate the Quartet’s 10th anniversary they perform highly acclaimed arrangements of new music and ‘established favourites’.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

SERIOSO THURSDAY 16 JULY

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

Arrangements for guitar ensemble of works by Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. NEWS FROM NOWHERE THURSDAY 17 SEPTEMBER Fresh new arrangements for the guitar ensemble of music by Houghton, Davidson, Ligeti and Britten.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Brigadier Harold ‘Pompey’ Elliott Concert 2 - Colonel Leslie Cecil Maygar VC Concert 3 - Indigenous service

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Melbourne Winds comprises five outstanding performers who have been collaborating for many years as members of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Together, their cohesive sound and breadth of experience brings a unique and rarely heard level of expression and style to their performances, which will delight and inspire audiences.

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GLOBAL ROAMING THURSDAY 5 MARCH

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval

Music by Ligeti, Riccio, Foerster, Vivaldi and Medaglia.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

FRENCH REACTIONARIES WEDNESDAY 21 OCTOBER

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

French impressionistic Debussy and Ravel meet the reactionaries Milhaud and Poulenc.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Ted McMahon Concert 2 - Frank Tate & Charlotte Crivelli

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PLEXUS P R E M I E R E S

A C O NC E R T O FFE R ING A LAV I SH SMO R GAS BO R D O F ME LO DY, ST Y LE AND DIVE R S E INS PIRAT I O N.

Plexus brings together the talents of three of Melbourne’s most vibrant and versatile musicians, with the goal of commissioning and celebrating Australian and overseas composers. Since their formation in 2014, Plexus has commissioned over 70 composers and performed 22 world premieres.

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POST-PATRIARCHAL MONDAY 16 MARCH

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval

New works by Natalie Bartsch, Lisa Cheney, Sally Greenaway, Maria Grenfell and Sally Whitwell.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

PROGRESSIONS WEDNESDAY 1 JULY

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

New works by five luminaries of the jazz world including Tony Gould, Luke Howard, Lachlan Davidson, Martin Kay and Allan Zavod. PANORAMA MONDAY 21 SEPTEMBER New works by Martin Bresnick, Joe Chindamo, Mary Finsterer, Kevin March and Ian Munro.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Army Nurse Rachel Pratt Concert 2 - Major Doctor Frederick Miller Johnson Concert 3 - Brigadier Walter Cass

QUARTZ A R E FR E S HING S TR ING E NSEM BLE, GIVING LIFE TO BEAUTIFUL REPERTOIRE FO R THE S TR ING Q UAR T ET.

Quartz is a fresh and exciting string quartet of highly acclaimed Melbourne musicians that combine chamber music repertoire for strings with other instruments and voice giving their programs an innovative edge and a unique appeal.

TRUCE TUESDAY 31 MARCH

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

String Quartet No.3 by Hindemith and Bridges’s Piano Quintet. Caroline Almonte piano

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

OPERATIC EMOTION TUESDAY 29 SEPTEMBER

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

String Quartets by Verdi and Korngold and Bax’s Quintet for harp and strings. Marshall McGuire harp

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Nurse Louise Riggall Concert 2 - Nurse Elizabeth Rothery

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SERAPHIM TRIO THE R E A RE A ND WI LL BE A THO US AND P RI NC ES; T H ERE IS O NLY O NE BEET H OV EN. L UD W I G

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Together for over 20 years, Seraphim Trio is widely recognised as one of Australia’s most refined and experienced piano trios. In 2015 the Trio shines the spotlight on Ludwig van Beethoven’s work for piano trios. BEETHOVEN IN MELBOURNE 1 WEDNESDAY 11 MARCH Beethoven’s Piano Trio in G, Op.1, No.2, Op.70, No.2 and in B-flat, Op.97 ‘Archduke’. BEETHOVEN IN MELBOURNE 2 MONDAY 17 AUGUST Beethoven’s Piano Trio in E-flat, Op.1, No.1, B-flat, Op.11 ‘Gassenhauer’ and in D, Op.70 ‘Ghost’. Salon, 7pm, 130-mins, incl. interval TICKETS $50 | $40 concession Two concert season ticket $85 | $68 concession Dedicated to Concert 1 - Annie Whitelaw Concert 2 - Joe Pearce

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THE SONG COMPANY A T HE

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Australia’s most innovative vocal ensemble, The Song Company, continues to explore new territory and revisit the familiar. Providing audiences with international standard performances in the field of vocal chamber music, they perform works from the 10th century to the present day. POSTCARDS FROM PRAGUE TUESDAY 10 MARCH Folksong settings, nursery rhymes and selected songs by Janáček, Iva Bittová, Wesley-Smith and Andrea Keller. Andrea Keller guest director/piano LAMENTATIONS FOR A SOLDIER TUESDAY 21 APRIL Lamentations for six voices by Robert White, a new setting of Rumi verse by Ekrem Mülayim and a selection of traditional sufi music. Oguz Mülayim ney Ekrem Mülayim composer/performance artist Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval TICKETS $59 | $54 concession Two concert season ticket $100 | $90 concession Dedicated to Concert 1 - C.J. Dennis Concert 2 - Private William Michael McDonald

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SONGMAKERS AUSTRALIA .. . AN E XPE R IE NC E YO U WI SH ED WO ULD GO O N AND O N. THE

Unique in Australia’s musical landscape, Songmakers Australia brings together some of the country’s leading singers and instrumentalists in a diverse repertoire comprising some of the pinnacles of chamber music. They perform inspired programs that feature a dynamic interplay of song and chamber music.

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CELLO ROMANCE THURSDAY 26 MARCH

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval

Music that pairs the mellow tones of the cello and bass-baritone voice including Ravel, Schumann, Fauré, Bruch, Verdi and more. Blair Harris cello

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

Q&R FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER Divas Merlyn Quaife and Sally-Anne Russell engage in a musical duel of songs and duets encompassing all styles featuring works by Purcell, Brahms, Wolf, Britten, Rossini and more. Dedicated to Concert 1 - Will Dyson Concert 2 - Private Percy Mansfield

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TR IO PE R FO R MS MO NUME NTA L T C H A I K OV SK Y M ONUME NTAL S KILL TO A F ULL H O USE. T HE

Winners of the 2011 Musica Viva Chamber Music Competition and Musica Viva Rising Stars, Streeton Trio has performed to great acclaim across the globe. Named after the Australian Impressionist painter, Sir Arthur Streeton, the Trio features three of Australia’s leading young musicians.

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LIFEBLOOD SATURDAY 4 APRIL

Salon, 3pm & 6pm 65-mins, no interval

Piano trios by Beethoven, Kurtag and Arensky.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

WHAT WORDS CAN’T DESCRIBE SATURDAY 1 AUGUST

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

Piano trios by Mozart and Smetana and an arrangement of one of Mendelsohn’s Songs Without Words. YOUNG GENIUS SATURDAY 7 NOVEMBER Piano trios by Chopin and Mendelssohn and Enescu’s Serenade lointaine.

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Dedicated to Concert 1 - Private Abdul Ganivahoff Concert 2 - Lieutenant Robin Cuttle Concert 3 - Major James Francis Lean

SUTHERLAND TRIO U N S U N G

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TH E SU TH E R LAND TR IO IS WITHO U T D O UBT A F I NE EN SEMB L E – TE C HNIC ALLY E XC E PT I O NA L, M USI C A LLY M ATU RE AND AR TIS TIC ALLY A DV ENT URO US. C L A S S IK ON

The Sutherland Trio perform classics of the chamber repertoire and celebrate exciting new directions in composition worldwide. The Trio are joined by Paul Grabowsky and together Unsung Heroes traces family footprints during WWI, paying homage to previous generations with music from worlds old and new.

TIME PRESENT & TIME PAST WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE

Salon, 6.30pm One hour, no interval

Works by Haydn, Vaughan Williams, Grabowsky and Bridge.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

BRAVE NEW WORLDS TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

Charles Ives’ Piano Trio and Dvořák’s Piano Trio No.3 in F minor, Op.65.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Nurse Alice Ross King Concert 2 - Nurse Jessie Traill

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CON TEMPORARY MUS IC IS FUN AN D FA SC I NAT I NG ESPECIA L LY IN THE HANDS O F S YZ YGY ’S V I RT UO SO S.

Syzygy Ensemble uses the music of the present to get in touch with the divinators of the past. Civilisations have long invoked and invented gods and spirits to help explain the Earth that sustains and inspires them. Through these concerts Syzygy also aim to reconnect with nature by way of the supernatural beings that are said to shape and sculpt the world around us.

UNDINE – THE SPIRIT OF WATER WEDNESDAY 6 MAY

Salon, 6pm One hour, no interval

New works by Pozniak and Yeats as well as Helena Tulve’s Steam and Niels Ronsholdt’s Burning. Agatha Yim visual artist Part of 2015 Metropolis New Music Festival

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

CHRONOS – THE GOD OF TIME WEDNESDAY 5 AUGUST Works by Haas, Berg, Adès and more. GAIA – THE GODDESS OF THE FERTILE EARTH WEDNESDAY 2 DECEMBER Celebrating life that springs from the Earth with Aronowicz, Yun, Harvey and Broadstock.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Able Seaman William Williams Concert 2 - Sid Ferrier Concert 3 - Sergeant Albert Lowerson VC

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TINALLEY STRING QUARTET TH EY PL AY WITH DE DIC ATIO N I N EV ERY NO T E, IN EV ERY WE LL-C RAFTE D PHRAS E T H AT EM ERG ES WITH A JUDICIOUS MIX OF SPONTANEITY AND MATURITY. C OUR IE R

Renowned for its intimate and nuanced performances, Tinalley String Quartet has emerged as one of the most exciting quartets having toured internationally and been broadcast widely.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Lieutenant Lawrence Dominic McCarthy VC Concert 2 - Major General James McCay

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TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE TUESDAY 19 MAY

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval

Shostakovich’s No.7 String Quartet in F-sharp minor, Beethoven’s ‘Razumovsky’ and Fantasias by Purcell.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

BE NOT AFRAID OF GREATNESS MONDAY 28 SEPTEMBER Bach’s The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 and quartets by Haydn and Beethoven.

Two concert season ticket $65 | $48 concession

TRIO ANIMA MUNDI SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW

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Taking the old English rhyme ‘Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue’ as the basis of a concert series, local piano trio, Trio Anima Mundi highlight the juxtaposition of contemporary works with those belonging to the piano trio canon.

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SOMETHING BORROWED FRIDAY 17 APRIL

Salon, 6.30pm One hour, no interval

Beethoven’s Ten Variations on ‘Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu’, Smetana’s Piano Trio in G Minor, Op.15 and a new composition by Trio pianist Kenji Fujimura.

TICKETS $38 | $28 concession

SOMETHING BLUE FRIDAY 31 JULY

Three concert season ticket $97 | $71 concession

Piano Trio’s by Shostakovich and Frederick Septimus Kelly and Maria Grenfell’s A Feather of Blue. SOMETHING... UNEXPECTED FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER Piano Trio in C minor Op.1, No.3 by Beethoven and the 2015 TAM International Composition Prize winning work.

Dedicated to Concert 1 - Lieutenant Albert Borella VC MM Concert 2 - Lieutenant Edward Ellis Henty Concert 3 - Lance Coporal David Boyle

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WILMA AND FRIENDS PLAYED TO A SELL-OUT AUDIENCE. THE

A moveable chamber music feast showcasing different performers and instruments with the only constant being curator and violinist, Wilma Smith. With a guest roster of some of the finest musicians performing popular and often seldom-heard repertoire these combinations are guaranteed to create chemistry. Dedicated to Concert 1 - Private Adolf Thompson Knabe Concert 2 - Ronald McDonald Concert 3 - Major General George Johnston

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THE ROMANTIC ENGLISH WEDNESDAY 8 APRIL

OLD INSTRUMENT, NEW VOICE MONDAY 16 NOVEMBER

Horn Trios by Joseph Holbrooke, Lennox Berkeley and Wilfred Josephs. Andrew Bain horn Ian Munro piano

Featuring Bach, Westwood, Rameau and Martinů. Donald Nicolson harpsichord Marya Martin flute Alvin Wong cello

AMERICANA MONDAY 7 SEPTEMBER Charles Ives String Quartet No.1 and fellow Local Hero Joe Chindamo’s arrangements of Bernstein and Gershwin. Zoë Black violin Christopher Cartlidge viola Rosanne Hunt cello Joe Chindamo piano

Salon, 6pm 70-mins, no interval TICKETS $50 | $40 concession Three concert season ticket $128 | $102 concession

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CALENDAR MARCH DATE

ARTIST

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Monday 2 March 2015

Flinders Quartet

Salon

16

Tuesday 3 March 2015

Daniel de Borah & Friends

Salon

10

Wednesday 4 March 2015

The Consort of Melbourne

Salon

7

Thursday 5 March 2015

Melbourne Winds

Salon

27

Saturday 7 March 2015

Benaud Trio

Salon

5

Tuesday 10 March 2015

The Song Company

Salon

32

Wednesday 11 March 2015

Seraphim Trio

Salon

30

Monday 16 March 2015

Plexus

Salon

28

Thursday 19 March 2015

Melbourne Guitar Quartet

Salon

26

Tuesday 24 March 2015

Latitude 37

Salon

22

Thursday 26 March 2015

Songmakers Australia

Salon

33

Tuesday 31 March 2015

Quartz

Salon

29

Wednesday 1 April 2015

Joe Chindamo & Zoë Black

Salon

19

Saturday 4 April 2015

Streeton Trio

Salon

34

Wednesday 8 April 2015

Wilma & Friends

Salon

40

Wednesday 15 April 2015

Firebird Trio

Salon

15

Thursday 16 April 2015

Continuo Collective

Salon

8

Friday 17 April 2015

Trio Anima Mundi

Salon

39

Tuesday 21 April 2015

The Song Company

Salon

32

Wednesday 22 April 2015

Emmerson-Lifschitz Duo

Salon

13

Thursday 23 April 2015

Grigoryan Brothers & Friends

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

18

Friday 24 April 2015

Duo Chamber Melange

Salon

12

Wednesday 29 April 2015

Ensemble Liaison & Friends

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

14

Thursday 30 April 2015

Kristian Chong & Friends

Salon

21

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MAY DATE

ARTIST

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PAGE NO.

Wednesday 6 May 2015

Syzygy Ensemble

Salon

37

Tuesday 19 May 2015

Tinalley String Quartet

Salon

38

Monday 25 May 2015

Flinders Quartet

Salon

16

Tuesday 26 May 2015

Ludovico's Band

Salon

23

Wednesday 27 May 2015

Cosmo Cosmolino

Salon

9

Sutherland Trio

Salon

35

Wednesday 1 July 2015

Plexus

Salon

28

Thursday 16 July 2015

Melbourne Guitar Quartet

Salon

26

Saturday 18 July 2015

Benaud Trio

Salon

5

Tuesday 21 July 2015

Latitude 37

Salon

22

Thursday 23 July 2015

Melbourne Art Song Collective

Salon

25

Friday 24 July 2015

Kristian Chong & Friends

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

21

Wednesday 29 July 2015

Emmerson-Lifschitz Duo

Salon

13

Friday 31 July 2015

Trio Anima Mundi

Salon

39

JUNE Wednesday 10 June 2015

JULY

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ARTIST

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PAGE NO.

Saturday 1 August 2015

Streeton Trio

Salon

34

Wednesday 5 August 2015

Syzygy Ensemble

Salon

37

Thursday 6 August 2015

The Consort of Melbourne

Salon

7

Friday 14 August 2015

Australia Piano Quartet

Salon

4

Monday 17 August 2015

Seraphim Trio

Salon

30

Tuesday 18 August 2015

Ludovico's Band

Salon

23

Thurdsay 20 August 2015

Daniel de Borah & Friends

Salon

10

Friday 21 August 2015

Ensemble Liaison & Friends

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

14

Monday 24 August 2015

Firebird Trio

Salon

15

Tuesday 25 August 2015

Kegelstatt Ensemble

Salon

20

Thursday 27 August 2015

Grigoryan Brothers & Friends

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

18

Wednesday 2 September 2015

Cosmo Cosmolino

Salon

9

Monday 7 September 2015

Wilma & Friends

Salon

40

Tuesday 8 September 2015

Latitude 37

Salon

22

Thursday 17 September 2015

Melbourne Guitar Quartet

Salon

26

Monday 21 September 2015

Plexus

Salon

28

Monday 28 September 2015

Tinalley String Quartet

Salon

38

Tuesday 29 September 2015

Quartz

Salon

29

SEPTEMBER

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OCTOBER DATE

ARTIST

VENUE

PAGE NO.

Wednesday 7 October 2015

The Consort of Melbourne

Salon

7

Saturday 10 October 2015

Benaud Trio

Salon

5

Monday 12 October 2015

Continuo Collective

Salon

8

Wednesday 21 October 2015

Melbourne Winds

Salon

27

Friday 23 October 2015

Songmakers Australia

Salon

33

Monday 26 October 2015

Flinders Quartet

Salon

16

Tuesday 27 October 2015

Daniel de Borah & Friends

Salon

10

Thursday 29 October 2015

Ensemble Liaison & Friends

Elisabeth Murdoch Hall

14

Friday 30 October 2015

Trio Anima Mundi

Salon

39

Wednesday 4 November 2015

Firebird Trio

Salon

15

Saturday 7 November 2015

Streeton Trio

Salon

34

Tuesday 10 November 2015

Kristian Chong & Friends

Salon

21

Thursday 12 November 2015

Joe Chindamo & Zoë Black

Salon

19

Friday 13 November 2015

Duo Chamber Melange

Salon

12

Monday 16 November 2015

Wilma & Friends

Salon

40

Tuesday 17 November 2015

Ludovico's Band

Salon

23

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Sutherland Trio

Salon

35

Friday 27 November 2015

Australia Piano Quartet

Salon

4

Monday 30 November 2015

Melbourne Art Song Collective

Salon

25

Tuesday 1 December 2015

Kegelstatt Ensemble

Salon

20

Wednesday 2 December 2015

Syzygy Ensemble

Salon

37

Thursday 10 December 2015

Grigoryan Brothers & Friends

Salon

18

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

PROGRAM DETAILS CAN BE FOUND AT melbournerecital.com.au/heroes 45

THANK YOU

We acknowledge the generosity and foresight of the wonderful supporters of Melbourne Recital Centre’s 2015 Local Heroes series. With their help, Local Heroes has become Australia’s most expansive chamber music performance program. LOCAL HEROES LEADERSHIP CIRCLE

Donations to the Local Heroes program give Australian musicians access to Melbourne Recital Centre’s world standard spaces and provide the essential performance opportunities that underpin a vibrant Australian music sector.

Lady Marigold Southey AC

Donations are needed because the Centre’s box office revenue covers just 57% of the cost of presenting and promoting the series. And in this special ANZAC Centenary year, your gift also supports an education resource for students and the general public available on the Centre’s website. It brings together the moving stories of WWI’s local heroes with the artistry and emotion of the 2015 Local Heroes series.

Brian & Esther Benjamin Warwick & Paulette Bisley Andrew & Theresa Dyer Jean Hadges Dr Garry Joslin & Prof Dimity Reed AM Craig Reeves Skipp Williamson Majlis Pty Ltd

TO LEARN MORE OR DONATE VISIT melbournerecital.com.au/localheroes or call Katherine Chien, Development Coordinator on 03 9207 2664. 46

Local Heroes 2015 is dedicated to the Victorian men and women who were involved in the World War I conflict. Over 80 individual stories of strength and determination will be shared throughout the year, online in program notes and by the Local Heroes ensembles. These inspiring personal stories include accounts from Gallipoli, Antarctica and Europe. Light horsemen, infantryman, medical personnel and lovers and families waiting at home are celebrated for their courage. Discover the remarkable stories of men and women who were engineers, poets, artists, doctors, lawyers, teachers and farmers, but whom were all affected by the Great War. To discover our ANZAC local heroes go online melbournerecital.com.au/stories

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