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Cultured

April 30, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

ORC Chamber Academy
Guest Ensemble in association with Musica Viva Australia
Emily Granger – Harp
Lisa Stewart – Violin
David Shaw – Flute
Stefan Duwe- Viola

Orange Chamber Music Festival 2022 is proud to  present Cultured, a full day of free activities open to the community to participate in a combined display of fine arts, all within the Orange Cultural Precinct.

A major cultural event of the Central West, OCMF presents exciting and engaging classical music programs in partnership with Orange’s leading cultural organisations: Orange Regional Museum, the Orange Regional Art Gallery and the Orange Regional Conservatorium Chamber Academy.

Activities will range from outdoor performances to intimate solo recitals inside the Art Gallery and Museum, reacting to the current exhibitions and displays.

The evening will conclude with a world class performance by Australian renowned international artists at the Orange Civic Theatre.


11:00am – 1:00pm
ORC Chamber Academy | Origins New Works for New Faces

The ORC Chamber Academy represents the beginning of many young musician’s journeys through the world of chamber music. Nearly a dozen of Orange’s best and brightest school-age musicians come together to form the Chamber Academy, exploring the powerful connections that the intricacies of chamber music provides. The OCMF. Festival provides some of the highest quality training for the students of the academy as they perform alongside some of the best musicians from all over Australia.


3:00pm – 5:00pm
Guest Ensemble in association with Musica Viva Australia.


5:15pm and 6:15pm – Music at the Museum – In association with Sydney Living Museums
Orange Regional Museum

Explore the region’s rich history alongside the busy contemporary city in this evening of curated soundscapes. Local musicians Lisa Stewart, David Shaw and Stefan Duwe will interpret the Orange Regional Museum’s local history exhibition Inherit: old and new stories, and Sydney Living Museum’s How Cities Work, through a series of reflective works that guide visitors through the space and engage the senses.

 


5:15pm and 6:15pm – In Transit
Orange Regional Art Gallery

Inspired by her life as an American artist living in Australia, Emily Granger performs contemporary works that unearth the breadth and beauty of harp music from the two countries. From Australia, much-loved composers Elena Kats-Chernin and Ross Edwards feature with exciting emerging voices. Equally breath taking are works by American luminaries Libby Larsen, Augusta Read Thomas and Robert Patterson. With themes of travel and isolation; serenity and solitude; this music paints a vivid portrait of an artist’s life in transit between opposite sides of the globe. Rich in imagination and overflowing with stories, this is a chance to observe Emily’s artistry like you’ve never heard it before.

 

Details

Date:
April 30, 2022
Time:
11:00 am - 11:00 pm

Venue

Orange Cultural Precinct
Byng Street
Orange, NSW 2800 Australia
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