Music and Performing Arts 2022 Season

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Music and Performing Arts 2022 Season

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Natural Phenomena: New Sounds by Australian Women

Faculty

Percussion, Woodwind

06 July 7:37pm
17 August 7:30pm Ian Hanger Recital Hall

QCGU alumni Hannah Reardon-Smith, Jodie Rottle, and Rebecca Lloyd-Jones present a performance of recently composed works for flutes and percussion by diverse Australian women. The program includes works that explore aspects of our natural environment by leading Asian-Australian composer Liza Lim (Bioluminescence, 2019), Yuin Aboriginal composer Brenda Gifford (Mungala: Clouds, 2018), and young Asian-Australian composer Kezia Yap (space two, 2020; written in collaboration with Hannah Reardon-Smith), along with a world premiere of a new work by Lebanese-Australian performer-composer Jodie Rottle.

Tickets are $20 at the door. $15 concession tickets are also available.