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Come and see these two opera events for FREE
Here there will be two concerts New Voices and Membrane. These will be performed at the Myer Studio on Tuesday 30th July 2019 at 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm. They are two special events, both of which are completely FREE!



1. New Voices
ELISION performs new works from emerging composers who have worked with the ensemble at The Brunswick Green. Some of the performers are:

Josephine Macken
Samantha Wolf
K.Travers Eira
Jakob Bragg
Eli Simic-Prosic



The group also welcomes the involvement of new performance energies Freya Schack-Arnott and James Aylward and they will be taking the part of the work of composer Liza Lim.

Others to perform in this program include:
Carl Rosman, clarinets
James Aylward, bassoon
Ryan Williams, recorder
Tristram Williams, trumpet
Ben Marks, trombone
Peter Neville, percussion
Freya Schack-Arnott, cello
Robert Nairn, double bass



2. Membrane
This second show will start after 8.30 pm following the interval after the first event.

These works are by Richard Barrett and the Flechtwerk is for:
Clarinet in A and piano 16'
Tegmen: For solo cello 4' (world premiere)
Membrane: For solo trombone and eight channel amplification 34'

Playing in this production include:
Carl Rosman, clarinet
Freya Schack-Arnott, cello
Alex Waite, piano
Ben Marks, trombone
Alistair McClean, electronics

As mentioned, both of these events are free and will be on at the Prudence Myer Studio, Level 4, Ian Potter Southbank Centre, 43 Sturt Street, Southbank.

This is a collaboration between VCA-MCM's New Music Studio and with special thanks to Peter Neville. It will be hosted by the Elison Ensemble.

About Elison Ensemble
ELISION is an Australian performing arts company of international significance.

They have established a virtuosic profile for Australian new music performance and ELISION is heavily engaged in experimenting with different modes of performance. The practice of the group ranges from giving concerts right through to cross-disciplinary projects. They produce a range of new media and visual artists, installation-performance works, and they use ad-lib experiences as a tool to make more structured and formally notated music.

Some of the international concert and recording engagements that they have played at include performances at the Hebbel Theater of Berlin, the Berlin Philharmonie and Konzerthaus, Judisches Museum Berlin, Wien Modern, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, the Westdeutscher Rundfunk, and many more. They also have a huge program within Australia and this includes major appearances at the Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide Festivals.

They have also released several recordings with NMC, MODE, Etcetera and ABC Classics. They have recently produced the performance-installation work TULP, the body public with composer John Rodgers and new media artist Justine Cooper which premiered at both Sydney and Brisbane festivals.



There are many more major projects which have been included in their repertoire. ELISION has recorded over fourteen compact discs, toured about 19 times internationally to 14 different countries. They have also initiated 34 international commissions supported by organisations in England, Canada, Holland, France and Japan.

In the group, there are now some 20 leading musicians from four Australian capital cities, Singapore, Manchester, Paris, Berlin, Cologne, Bonn and Bern.

You can check out their Facebook page here.
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Why? For a free classical opera performance
When: 30th July 2019
Where: Prudence Myer Studio, Level 4, Ian Potter Southbank Centre, 43 Sturt Street, Southbank
Cost: FREE
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