Trumpeter's Trapeze

Trumpeter's Trapeze

Britten Fanfare for St Edmundsbury
Sarah Butler, Richard Madden, and Paul Rawson

J.S. Bach Fugue in G minor, The Little
Sarah Butler, Richard Madden, Paul Rawson, and Chris Hudson

Terracini Exaudi orationem nostrum
Sarah Butler, Richard Madden, Paul Rawson, Chris Hudson + students from The University of Queensland and the Queensland Conservatorium of Music Griffith University 

Prokofiev Oboe Quintet in G minor, Op.39
Huw Jones, Irit Silver, Shane Chen, Nicole Greentree, and Phoebe Russell

Scheidt Ludi musici, Part I
Sarah Butler, Richard Madden, Paul Rawson, and Chris Hudson

Altenburg Concerto for Seven Trumpets and Timpani
Sarah Butler, Richard Madden, Paul Rawson, Brent Miller + students from The University of Queensland and the Queensland Conservatorium of Music Griffith University

Prokofiev’s Quintet in G minor, Op.39 was written for a travelling ballet dance troupe.

It bears traces of the composer’s ballet, Trapèze, and is distinctly Parisian in style.

It’s not every day you get to hear a Concerto for Seven Trumpets and Timpani, and Johann Ernst Altenburg’s highly regal work will not disappoint.

Exaudi orationem nostrum is a beautiful, moving brass work by Australian composer Paul Terracini.

Finally, don’t miss Louis Davidson’s clever take on J.S. Bach’s popular Fugue in G minor (Little Fugue), BWV578.

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7 April 2019

3:00pm

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