Canberra Symphony Orchestra – The Power of One

Concert or Performance

14 Mar 2019 Annual Event

The ‘sorceress of percussion’ Claire Edwardes is one of Australia’s most spectacular soloists and a passionate champion of new music.

In the Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s first Australian Series concert at the National Portrait Gallery, Claire takes the stage alone to present a stunning array of recent solo works by Australian composers. From Michael Smetanin’s Temple for solo temple blocks to Canberra-based composer Benjamin Drury’s Stained Glass for vibraphone and electronics, The Power of One will showcase the remarkable breadth and depth of music written for percussion.

This exciting program includes works by award-winning Netherlands-based composer Kate Moore, rising star Clare Strong and a brand new CSO commission by young Indigenous composer Rhyan Clapham. as well as two works written by Edwardes herself. Hear Edwardes’ power unleashed in this not to be missed concert.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Following the extraordinary performance by Claire Edwardes, explore the power of a single photograph in the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019 exhibition.

Facilities

Bar Carpark Non Smoking Public Toilet

Rates

From AU$29.00

Event Dates

Annual Event

14 Mar 2019

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