in association with Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
The festival’s most intimate experience: a chain of short exclusive performances for small groups. This is your chance to hear the festival artists from close-up and see how they relate to the space, their instrument, and you as listener. Canberra’s historic Gorman House precinct and its myriad spaces of galleries and studios form the setting for this event.
Coffee available from 11am and lunch from midday at the Mint Garden Bar. Alternatively book in for a full delicious degustation menu at Sage Restaurant 6249 6050
Each chain starts at 15 minute intervals and takes 75 to 80 minutes to complete. The experience is designed for a maximum 20 people.
Chain I: 11am - 12.20pm
Chain II: 11.15am - 12.35pm
Chain III: 11.30am - 12.50pm
Chain IV: 11.45am - 1.05pm
Chain V: 12pm - 1.20pm
Ralph Wilson Theatre
Pablo Camus, guitar, and Tomás Peralta, double bass, play
Ernesto Duarte (1922-1988) “Como Fué” arr. Camus/Peralta
Tommie Andersson, gallichon (baroque lute) plays
G.A. Brescianello (ca 1690-1758), Sonata nr 5
Hugh Withycombe Luthier Workshop
James Wannan, viola d’amore plays
Christian Petzold (1677-1733), Partita in F
E Block seminar
Callum Henshaw, guitar, plays
Agustín Barrios (1885 - 1944), Una Limosnita por el Amor de Dios.
(Alms for the Love of God)
Cal performs on a Greg Smallman & Sons classical guitar and is proudly sponsored by Knobloch Strings.
Canberra Contemporary Art Space
Penny Quartet plays
Peteris Vasks (b. 1946), Blossom, from String Quartet nr 2 (1984)
QL2 Theatre foyer
Jess Green, voice and electric guitar, plays
Jess Green (b 1979), Shimmer Shimmer (Japanese Phone Booth) (WP)
C Block Theatre
Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet plays
Ella Macens (b 1991), Ripple (WP)
Commissioned by Arn Sprogis and Margot Woods
Bach Akademie Quartet plays
Nick Wales, Harbour Dark (WP)
Commissioned by A Major Lift
ADULT $55, CONCESSION/MEMBER $50, UNDER-30 $30
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