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Collusion Music is a Brisbane based ensemble delivering beautifully articulated chamber music and chamber ballet. Supported by the Queensland Government for their 2014 program of events, Collusion Music continues their creative delivery of concerts with an event on the Canals at Cleveland on 21 March 2014.
These internationally-trained musicians including violinist/violist Benjamin Greaves, clarinetist/saxophonist Diana Tolmie, and cellist Dr Danielle Bentley, will be in concert to raise funds for their Australian Composers Fund. This fund is designed to assist with the engagement of composers to write new music for the ensemble.
Enjoy a wonderful evening of food and music with Collusion, and at interval explore the boat "Celine Eloise".
"An Evening on the Canal with Collusion" – limited tickets are available so bookings are essential – Friday 21 March, 6:30pm 16 Kinsail Court Raby Bay, Cleveland Tickets are $50 and includes a drink on arrival and canapés/cake.
Collusion Music is in residence at Griffith University Queensland Conservatorium, and are currently developing their full length chamber ballet production, Desirelines, from the Judith Wright Centre. Desirelines follows the success of their first and critically acclaimed production Transient Beauty.
Collusion Music formed in 2002, and tours nationally each year. The group released two CDs in 2012- Flashpoint and I read the dream slowly – and is currently working on two new CDs, one being the soundtrack for the successful Transient Beauty.
Support Australian musicians and composers while enjoying an evening on the canal.