DeClassified Music along with Queensland Music Festival presents …………..
“Kreutzer” with Kristian Winther (Violin) and Daniel de Borah (Piano)
7pm, Thursday 11 July 2013
Mozart Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, K.301
Prokofiev Sonata No.2 for Violin and Piano in D major, Op.94a
Beethoven Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major, Op.47 “Kreutzer”
52a Doggett St, Newstead
Phone (07) 3666 0650
Tickets $20 / $10
Season Tickets available
Also: Sunday 14 July, 1-2pm: Violin and Piano Duo Masterclass with Daniel de Borah and Kristian Winther at the same venue. Gold Coin entry for Masterclass
Kristian Winther – violin
First violinist in the Australian String Quartet, Kristian Winther was born in Canberra where he studied violin with Josette Esquedin-Morgan, and later conducting with John Curro in Brisbane, with whom he also made his concerto debut, performing the Sibelius Violin Concerto in 2000. As soloist he has appeared with the Melbourne, Sydney and Tasmanian Symphony orchestras, the Auckland Philharmonic, and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra. Kristian has appeared as Concertmaster of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra in Germany and Poland, and has also been Guest Assistant Concertmaster of the Adelaide and Western Australian symphony orchestras and the Hong Kong Philharmonic.
From 2007-2008 Kristian was violinist with the TinAlley String Quartet, winning the 2007 Banff International String Quartet Competition, which was followed by critically acclaimed tours of the USA and Europe. He has also played chamber music with Richard Tognetti, John Harding, Helena Rathbone, Anthony Romaniuk and Brett Dean, among others.
Previous highlights for Kristian include giving the Australian premieres of Brett Dean’s violin concerto The Lost Art of Letter Writing and of Andriessen’s string quartet Facing Death in 2009, conducting Sibelius, Mahler and a new song cycle by Calvin Bowman with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra in 2010, being tutor and guest conductor with the Melbourne Youth Orchestra for many years, and Guest Concertmaster of a tour with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra in Europe.
Daniel de Borah – piano
Australian pianist Daniel de Borah (formerly Hill) was a major prize winner at the 2004 Sydney International Piano Competition and has since appeared as soloist with the English Chamber Orchestra, the London Mozart Players and with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Barbican and Cadogan Halls, London. He has given recitals at major venues and festivals throughout the United Kingdom including return visits to Wigmore Hall, London’s Southbank Centre, Bridgewater Hall (Manchester), St David’s Cardiff, the Brighton and Newbury Festivals.
Daniel has also appeared widely in Australia, Russia and Europe with the Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria, the Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra and Jena Philharmonic amongst others. Increasingly acknowledged as a sensitive chamber musician, he has partnered many leading soloists and ensembles, including Li-Wei Qin (cello), Rivka Golani (viola), and Thomas Indermühle (oboe), and in 2012 he toured nationally with the Australian String Quartet.
During his studies Daniel won numerous awards including 3rd Prizes at the 2004 Sydney International Piano Competition, the 2001 Tbilisi International Piano Competition and the 2000 Arthur Rubinstein in Memoriam Competition in Poland. In 2005 he was selected for representation by the Young Concert Artists Trust, London. Daniel is also a past winner of the Australian National Piano Award and the Royal Overseas League Competition Piano Award in London.
Born in Melbourne in 1981, Daniel studied at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, the St. Petersburg State Conservatoire and the Royal Academy of Music, London. His teachers have included Zsuzsa Eszto, Mira Jevtic, Nina Seryogina, Tatyana Sarkissova and Alexander Satz. Daniel now divides his time between Melbourne and London.
THE LONG WEEKENDER
In association with Queensland Music Festival, Brisbane City Council, Theme & Variations Piano Services and Fireworks Gallery
Come and experience a musical long weekend in Newstead, Brisbane (Queensland, Australia)
Featuring three concerts on consecutive nights, followed by an afternoon of Masterclasses, The Long Weekender is the centre piece for DeClassified Music 2013.
This event is in association with Queensland Music Festival, Fireworks Gallery, Theme & Variations Piano Services and DeClassified Music.
DeClassified Music has launched a Pozible campaign to raise funds for The Long Weekender on July 11-14 2013. We encourage you to support in any way you can. For more information, please click HERE
DeClassified is an innovative new series that dismantles the boundaries and misconceptions harboured by broader 21st century society regarding classical chamber music performance.
Especially for the event, Theme and Variations Piano Services will be setting up a Steinway piano in FireWorks Gallery, Newstead.
In this gallery, your eyes will be greeted by a colourful array of Australian art, both indigenous and non-indigenous, and your ears will hear an acoustic created by rustic wooden floorboards and a corrugated iron ceiling.
Come and relish the mesmerizing and diverse performances. Let your ears and eyes feast when some of Australia’s most exciting musicians perform small ensemble repertoire from Mozart to Saariaho in this trendy, inspired and intimate setting. Get a Season Ticket and see everything!
Kreutzer – Thursday 11 July, 7pm
Kristian Winther (violin) and Daniel de Borah (piano)
Mozart – Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, K.301 Prokofiev – Sonata No.2 for Violin and Piano in D major, Op.94a Beethoven – Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major, Op.47 (“Kreutzer”)
A State of Play – Friday 12 July, 7pm
Syzygy Ensemble with guest performer Ashley William Smith (clarinets)
Thomas Ades – Catch op.4
Bruno Mantovani – L’ere de Rien
Kaija Saariaho – Mirrors
David Lang – Press Release
Ralph Whiteoak – Spider
Tristan Murail – Feuilles á Travers Les Cloches
Going East – Saturday 13 July, 5pm
Brendan Joyce (violin), Tanya Cooling (soprano), Patrick Murphy (cello) and Brieley Cutting (piano)
with an appearance by “SERBIA” (children’s folkloric dancers)
Vasilije Mokranjac – Sonata in G minor for violin and piano, movts 3 and 4
Rachmaninoff – Coh (Dream) from 6 Romances Op.38, No.5
– Zdes’ khoroso (How Fair this Spot) from 12 Romances Op.21, No.7
Dvorak – “Song to the Moon” from Rusalka
Dvorak – Piano Trio No.4 in E minor “Dumky”
Franz Lehar – Meine Lippen sie kussen so heiss
Masterclasses – Sunday 14 July, 1-4pm
1-2pm: Violin and Piano Duo Masterclass
with Daniel de Borah and Kristian Winther
2-4pm: New Music Masterclass
with Syzygy Ensemble
52a Doggett St, Newstead
Tickets $20/$10. Season Tickets $50/$25
80 seats available at each event.
fireworksgallery, known for hosting some of Australia’s best contemporary artwork, is nestled in the arts hub on Doggett Street, Newstead.
Michael Eather, the director of fireworksgallery, said ‘the location is an exciting addition to the Doggett Street art precinct that provides both a creative space to host exhibitions and convenient parking for clients. The fit-out of the warehouse gallery space combined with contemporary artwork is visually engaging.’
fireworksgallery is known for sourcing works from across Australia to build unique collections featuring contemporary works from established and emerging artists, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. It emerged as a commercial gallery space in Brisbane in 1993, following the networks of Campfire Group consultancies and collaborative projects that began in 1987.
A desire to present artworks by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists alongside each other has been a constant theme underpinning the gallery’s exhibition program and associated projects. Remarkably, the premise of cultural collision—originally cloaked in political and educational contexts of artists’ shared influences—still seems as relevant today as it did twenty years ago.
fireworksgallery projects include co-coordinating public and private commissions, collaborative projects, artist-in-residency programs (NEWflames Inc), a publishing schedule, and limited-edition print folios from the Estates of Lin Onus and Vincent Serico.
Queensland Music Festival (QMF) is a biennial state-wide celebration of music, a major cultural and artistic success story with a national and international reputation, and an unparalleled geographic reach.
Every second year, over 17 days in July, the best of local, national and international talent perform every conceivable style of music to Queenslanders from all walks of life, in Brisbane, and in regional and remote centres from Thursday Island to the Gold Coast.
The majority of events are free, and many feature large-scale collaborations with communities. No music is left unloved in a program that moves and inspires with new and surprising musical exchanges from around the state, the country and the globe.
Working with communities throughout the state, QMF makes the joy of music accessible to all, creates unique experiences that connect people with place and community, and celebrates the richness and diversity of Queensland.
The festival ignites artistic potential. In collaboration with councils and the communities, QMF inspires participation in music-making and performances that reflect local culture and tell local stories.
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