Get some filament in your childhood: a heads up

This Thursday, 11 March, Golden Fur presents the first of three concerts as part of their 2010 subscription series at the Melbourne Recital Centre. Entitled Filament, the concert features Morton Feldman’s stunning For Frank O’Hara, Liza Lim’s Veil, Robert Ashley’s Waiting room, and première performances of works by Cat Hope and myself. Full details, along with downloadable programme notes, can be found here.

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The day before that, the Freshwater Trio with special guest violist Caroline Henbest performs a program featuring Schumann’s Piano Quartet in Eb, Op. 47, and the Fauré Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 15. These works are paired with arrangements of Chopin and Schumann by regular collaborator Adam Starr. Go for the Schumannian introspection, stay for the Starrian whackiness. More infos here.

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