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August 2019

Knots & Fields: music by Bartók, Shostakovich and Kurtág

August 16, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Commissariat Store Museum, 115 William St
Brisbane, 4000 Australia
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$22 – $28

'Fragments' is an international collaboration of leading Australian and Hungarian artists with a focus on showcasing the chamber music of the most influential Hungarian composers of the 20th and 21st century - Bartók, Ligeti, Kodály, and Kurtág. Performances combine soprano, violin, cello, and piano to showcase virtuosic works, Australian premieres, and new cutting-edge visual techniques designed to enhance the musical experience and accessibility to this rarely heard music. Knots & Fields: music by Bartók, Shostakovich and Kurtág Judit Molnár - soprano, Brieley Cutting…

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October 2019

Special event BOH – Ensemble in Residence 3.: Garden of Weeds

October 13, 2019 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Commissariat Store Museum, 115 William St
Brisbane, 4000 Australia
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$25 – $30

The Fragments Ensemble, together with the Commissariat Store invite you into their home for Brisbane Open House. This special concert will feature chamber music for soprano, clarinet and piano - performed by internationally acclaimed Brisbane musicians: Judit Molnar, Rianne Wilschut and Brieley Cutting. The concert program brings together a unique selection from serious and light-hearted compositions, including Leonard Bernstein's comical musical masterpiece "I Hate Music” and the six fleeting and rather dated Clerihew Songs - a witty anecdote about a famous…

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November 2019

A Camouflage Opera

November 29, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Commissariat Store Museum, 115 William St
Brisbane, 4000 Australia
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A Camouflage Opera / György Kurtág: Attila József - Fragments The German notion of Gesamtkunstwerk — a synthesis of disparate art forms brought together in harmonious collusion to express a unified vision — is central to this new groundbreaking musical-theater work that will be premiered at the Commissariat Store Museum. Based on Kurtág’s only work for unaccompanied voice generates multiple trajectories and continuities across a diverse field of fragmentary utterances and literary and musical associations. Staged by Stephen Danzig and described…

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