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Guest conductor Matthias Foremny leads soprano Greta Bradman and the ANAM Orchestra through a beautifully contrasting program of Strauss, Weill, Korngold and Schoenberg.
Principal Conductor of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra,
Nicholas Carter leads the ANAM Orchestra through four great English orchestral works by Britten, Adès, Elgar and Vaughan Williams in 2017’s season opener.
Olivier Messiaen’s Vingt regards is one of music’s great journeys and one of its most personal testaments. Peter Hill, who was a close colleague of Messiaen, shares his peerless interpretations with ANAM pianists and audiences in this concert.
Matthew McDonald, Principal Bass of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, leads the ANAM orchestra in a program featuring the marvellously tuneful Divertimento Concertante by Fellini’s composer of choice Nino Rota, and the dazzling suite from Stravinsky’s Pergolesi-inspired ballet Pulcinella.
Richard Tognetti stars in this intriguing line-up, as Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood responds to Penderecki’s groundbreaking string masterpiece of 1961 with his own work for string orchestra. Brahms crowns the evening when Tognetti leads the ANAM Orchestra from the violin in the master’s immortal First Symphony.
The glorious tones of superstar Stefan Dohr, Solo Horn of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, will resound throughout the South Melbourne Town Hall and beyond in this evening of brass showstoppers.
Stefan Dohr, Solo Horn of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra,
leads ANAM’s musicians in some of the best-loved works for woodwind ensemble.
For over 35 years, Frankfurt based Ensemble Modern has blazed a trail of innovation and searing virtuosity as one of the leading contemporary groups on the planet. Join us as they lead a survey of some of the most startling music of the past decade, together with the occasional 20th
Frank Zappa composed Yellow Shark in 1992 especially for Ensemble Modern. Tom Waits described Yellow Shark as one of his favourite works, writing "The ensemble is awe-inspiring. It is a rich pageant of texture and colour. It's the clarity of his perfect madness, and mastery.”
The worlds of iconic composers John Cage and Frank Zappa will be celebrated under the fervent direction of pianist Michael Kieran Harvey. He will be sharing the stage with Timothy Young, Peter Neville and ANAM Musicians.
Regarded as one of the finest interpreters of Classical and Romantic repertoire, Imogen Cooper is internationally renowned for her virtuosity and lyricism. In this concert, she shares her love of Beethoven along with her insights into the music of one of the greatest living composers, Thomas Adès.
The rafters of St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne will resound with the glories of Gabrieli when trombonist Michael Mulcahy of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra lets loose with ANAM’s brass musicians.
For forty years, percussionist Steven Schick has championed contemporary music by commissioning or premiering more than one hundred-fifty new works. See him with ANAM percussionists in the first instalment of the American Triptych, honoring American composer Lou Harrison.
In 2017, we welcome back Grammy nominated percussionist, William Winant after thrilling ANAM audiences in 2015. Winant will be joined by ANAM percussionists to celebrate American composer Lou Harrison.
Stunning young American coloratura Brenda Rae has won accolades for her golden soprano, and now, in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre and in association with Melbourne Festival, joins the ANAM Orchestra for her exclusive Australian debut.
Percussionist Jan Williams has championed avant-garde and progressive music in the United States. He rounds off the Percussion Festival with a tribute to American composer Lou Harrison.
Howard Penny, ANAM Cello Faculty and Head of Strings, leads a
program of three masterworks by Bartók, Brahms and Shostakovich.
A cherished member of the ANAM family, Anthony Marwood’s regular visits to Melbourne have become amongst the most anticipated in our musical calendar. Mozart, Schulhoff and Dvorák feature in this tantalising program.
Having previously led the ANAM Orchestra in performances of four of the Beethoven symphonies, Anthony Marwood now brings us to Beethoven’s great violin concerto. His encounter with one of the most loved works in the violin repertoire is sure to be the stuff of revelation, and one of the year’s musical highlights.
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