DATE: Saturday 1 September 2018, 8.00pm
LOCATION: Eldon Hogan Performing Arts Centre at Xavier College, Barkers Road, Kew
Zelman Orchestra publicity comments:
"Our concert explores connections between three continents.
Czech composer Dvořák spent many years in the United States, reflected in his American Suite. Whilst there, he encouraged a new generation of US composers. Samuel Barber was one – his heartfelt Adagio for Strings will be followed by his Canzonetta for Oboe. We are thrilled to have as our soloist Leipzig-based Nick Deutsch, Artistic Director of the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) and a member of the Australian World Orchestra. He will also perform the Oboe Concerto by another Czech composer, Martinů, who was forced to flee to the States during World War II. It was written for Czech-Australian oboist Jiří Tancibudek for the opening of Melbourne’s Olympic Games in 1956. We are proud to present a premiere work by a young Australian composer, Chris Pickering, the Zelman Symphony – Melbourne University Emerging Composer for 2018.
We end this evening back in the Old World with Dvořák’s lyrical Symphony No.8 which was inspired by Czech folk music.
Rick Prakhoff, Conductor - conductor
Nick Deutsch - oboe
Dvořák – American Suite
Barber – Adagio for Strings
Barber – Canzonetta for Oboe & Strings
Martinů – Oboe Concerto
Chris Pickering – The Straightened Arrow
Dvořák – Symphony No.8
Tickets and Admission Prices
Adult Concession Youth (under 25) Child (under 18)
$39.00 $34.00 $25.00 $10.00 inc Box Office Fees
Phone: (03) 8899 7445
Bohemian Rhapsody Club and Magazine is proudly covering the September concert (media to be announced) Please sty tuned for more details.