Concert guide: 22–28 May

A curated list of upcoming concerts. See also the Australian Music Centre concert calendar and the New Music Network concert series.

Wednesday 22 May. New New Music ensemble Petrichor are performing works by Gubaidulina, Kerry, Aronowicz and Lawson tonight at Conduit Arts, Fitzroy, Vic. 8:30 start.

Thursday 23 May. Drawing on experiences in Australia, Norway and Iceland, Luke Howard presents compositions for electronics, strings, piano and guitars from his album Sun, Cloud at the Melbourne Recital Centre from 7:30pm.

Double bassist John Heilbron curates a night at Conduit Arts, Fitzroy, Vic, from 8:30pm.

Friday 24 May. Cellist Johannes Moser performs, amongst other things, the Lutoslawski Cello Concerto at ANAM, Vic, from 7pm.

Saturday 25 May. Chamber Made Opera Records releases Ida Duelund’s album of Winterreise covers at a living room in Williamstown, Victoria, at 5pm. Concert includes works for piano by Chris Dench performed by Peter de Jager. Address revealed upon booking.

The Australia Ensemble perform works by Sculthorpe, Edwards, Schultz and Munro at 7pm in the Sir John Clancy Auditorium, University of New South Wales. Also, a performance of a new dance collaboration between composer John Peterson and choreographer Sue Healey.

Manteia curate Conduit Arts, Fitzroy, Vic, with John Heilbron from 8pm.

Laura Altman and Monika Brooks perform experimental textures for clarinet and accordion at The Old Darlington School at the University of Sydney, Darlington Campus, from 8pm as part of the New Music Network series.

Sunday 26 May. Sydney’s Volta Collective present works by Russell Phillips, Lachlan Hughes, Martin Sheuregger and Morgan Krauss at South Melbourne Town Hall from 2pm.

 

 

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