The final Flowers of War concert for 2016 – entitled Three Treasures – will explore the unknown stories and beautiful music of Claude Duboscq (1897-1938) – French soldier and later translator for the English Army, Botho Sigwart zu Eulenburg (1884-1915) – one of Germany’s finest young composers, dead at 31, and Frederick Septimus Kelly (1881-1916) Australia’s greatest cultural loss in the Great War.
The performers are Louise Page, soprano; Christina Wilson, mezzo-soprano, Tamara-Anna Cislowska & Alan Hicks, piano, Christopher Latham, violin & director.
The concert will include the launch of the ABC Classics double CD of the music of FS Kelly.
Where? High Court of Australia
When? Friday 21st October, 7.30pm
Where? St James Church, King Street.
When? Sunday 23rd October, 3pm
Regular tickets are $45 adults; $35 concession. To obtain tickets discounted to $30, those connected with Alliance Française should:
A preview concert at Bermagui Four Winds Pavilion received high praise in an audience survey, including:
“A wonderful and moving production and introduction to beautiful new music”
“The event was unbelievable fantastic. Particularly loved Tamara Anna, but everyone was excellent, such amazing violin, brilliant!”
“Incredibly powerful & moving”