Music in the Round Sunday 20 September from 1 pm www.monash.edu.au/monart/music-round.html Sound Series 09 Lunchtime Classical Lunchtime Concert Series Music Auditorium, Building 68, Monash University, Clayton All concerts are held on Thursdays during semester Concert Series from 1.10 pm to 1.50 pm. Admission is $4. Friday 31 July, 7.30 pm – Concerto Friday 16 October, 7.30 pm – Honours/Postgraduate Music Discounts available to group bookings of 10+. Contact below. Friday 23 October, 7.30 pm – Piano Mailing list Jazz To receive concert updates and reminders visit Bennetts Lane, 25 Bennetts Lane, www.arts.monash.edu.au/music or telephone 9905 3230. Semester 2, 2009 Melbourne Parking Clayton Campus Monday 19 October, Parking is available for a small fee in the carpark 8 pm marked SE3 on the map. Bus parking can be arranged by Tuesday 20 October, contacting below on the morning of the concert. 8 pm Venue All concerts are held in the Music Auditorium, Building 68. Lunchtime Semester Pass 18 C2 TRIP 2 ruction 10 3b 16 15 9 3a Now available TRIP 3 uction 13 13 11 C1 1 13 2 $21 for 6 concerts (Semester 2, 2009) 11 4 y 1 Pavillion Wa 14 13 $33 for 10 concerts (Semester 2, 2009) C8 C9 12 Underpass 4 68 parking 64 8 67 Enquiries 9905 3230 or at Box Ofﬁce on 55 Car pool parking SE1 Car pool Rin concert day. W2 54 gR 7 6 5 C10 oa 61 d Bus Loop Ea 6 65 st 58 SE3 S2 All day ticket SW1 Free coffee/tea at Joe's S1 parking 73 Entrance As part of your Lunchtime Semester Pass MONASH HWY (Wellington Rd) you are entitled to receive a free coffee or tea Joe’s, located on the ground ﬂoor Music Auditorum with any meal purchase before the lunchtime (Building 10) (Building 68) concert from Joe's (Building 10). Enquiries For further information contact Jodie Wood, Note: Bookings required on 9905 5294. Administration and Events Manager. presented by The School of Music-Conservatorium This offer is only valid on the day of the Telephone 03 9905 3230 or 0418 135 496 concert on presentation of your Lunchtime Fax 03 9905 3241 Semester Pass. Postal School of Music–Conservatorium, Building 68, Monash University VIC 3800 Web www.arts.monash.edu.au/music The School of Music reserves the right to change the programs and artists if necessary. supported by Monash University Academy of Performing Arts Lunchtime Concert Series Semester 2 2009 presented by the School of Music-Conservatorium Thursday 23 July, 2009 Thursday 27 August, 2009 Thursday 1 October, 2009 Piano Fantasies Convivio Semester Break The Lunchtime Concert Series opens with a Convivio is Australia’s only chamber group wonderfully evocative programme of music specialising in the rich repertoire for two Thursday 8 October, 2009 performed by international prize winning bass viols. Miriam Morris and Laura Monash World Music Orchestra pianist William Fong, currently Head of Vaughan have performed regularly since the Musical Director, Sam Evans Keyboard at the Purcell School and Professor formation of their partnership in 2003, in piano at the Royal Academy of Music, presenting Renaissance, Baroque and early This orchestra embraces a cross-section of London. The programme includes works by Classical music. They both pursue active musical influences and languages from various Chopin, Mozart, and the electrifying Gaspard solo careers, performing throughout cultures, in the true spirit of contemporary de la Nuit by Ravel. Australia as well as internationally. Australian society. Part of its uniqueness lies in its use of a wide variety of instruments, both old and modern, and arrangements which marry the Thursday 30 July, 2009 Thursday 3 September, 2009 diverse makeup of the ensemble and the myriad Me and the Grownups Rising Artists of resources from which it draws its material and inspiration. Experience the unique blend of folk, pop and Monash's School of Music-Conservatorium classical music which has enchanted provides a dynamic and stimulating audiences of all ages Australia wide. Having environment for emerging musical talent. Monash Stage Band just returned from their whirlwind national This Lunchtime Concert features Musical Director, Ian Whitehurst tour, young Melbourne trio Me and the performances by undergraduate students Grownups showcase a selection of composi- who achieved outstanding results in their A decade in existence, this band of eighteen tions from their tirelessly original repertoire - examinations last year. Join us in this musicians plays a repertoire that gives the featuring the astoundingly beautiful lyrics celebration of youth music at its best. students a strong understanding of historic composed by singer, songwriter and artist large jazz ensembles, as well performing new Anita Lester. works from Australia and overseas. Thursday 10 September, 2009 Monash Choirs Spring Concert Thursday 6 August, 2009 Thursday 15 October, 2009 Sonic Submersion The choirs Viva Voce and Philomel will sing European Whirlwind choral miniatures from the Baroque, songs Violin and Piano Music This concert will feature cutting edge by Mozart and Mendelssohn, and recent computer music techniques: virtual music of Whitacre and Bernstein. In An invitation to the fascinating world of Czech instruments, computer generated sound addition, spirituals and Australian works by and Romanian music. The long established and advanced signal processing that Grainger and Maclean will add colour to partnership of eminent Monash musicians transforms sound into new kinds of sonic the concert. Viva Voce welcomes by Tamara Smolyar (piano) and Ivana Tomaskova textures. Included in the programme is audition staff and students, with rehearsals (violin) brings an unforgettable flavour in a Sub#1, a newly composed work by Peter on Mondays from 2 to 4 pm. programme of chamber works by Petr Eben, Mcilwain, which explores ways of Bohuslav Martinu,Tiberiu Olah and Livia submerging an audience in sound. Layers Thursday 17 September, 2009 Teodorescu-Ciocanea. of synthetic sounds are placed over each other to create a rich fabric that is Italian Jazz Saxophonist confronting but at the same time beautiful. Italian jazz saxophonist and composer Thursday 22 October, 2009 These sound layers are distributed across Mirko Guerrini has performed with leading New breed of New York jazz artists a four-channel sound field, surrounding the Italian musicians including Stefano Bollani, audience with a detailed sonic landscape. Monash University is proud to present two of the Stefano Battaglia and Fabio Morgera. Mirko top young jazz musicians residing in New York. will be Artist-in-Residence for the week, Bassist Linda May-Han Oh lived and studied in Thursday 13 August, 2009 teaching workshops and ensembles. Perth before moving to the US, and is joined by Sounds through time Residing just outside Prato, Mirko has the drummer Tommy Crane. Both musicians Flute and Piano music lectured and performed at Monash Prato in have performed with top musicians including 2007. Mirko will be performing with Greg Osby and Jeremy Pelt as well as their own The flute and piano duo of Sylvie Leprohon students for this concert. high profile experimental projects. and Sarah Denholm has given many successful concerts in Melbourne since Thursday 24 September, 2009 2006. Their program will take you on a Monash Australian Composer Series XVII journey from Baroque Europe to 20th Thomas Reiner Century America. From J. S. Bach’s Composer-of-Honour cheerful Sonata in E Major to the gentle lyricism of Faure, spiky humour of Lennox Each year the School of Music-Conservatorium Berkeley, and finishing with U.S. composer connects with an Australian composer in an Eldin Burton’s exuberant Sonatina of 1947. interview and performance of their works. This year the composer-of-honour is Thomas Thursday 20 August, 2009 Reiner, who recently accepted the position of Head of the School of Music-Conservatorium Yitzhak Yedid – Solo Piano. at Monash University. Prior to the recital, the Yitzhak Yedid’s solo piano performances composer will be interviewed by Joel Crotty, are film-like narratives of pictures, textures allowing the audience the opportunity to learn and colours from the Middle East to more about the music on the programme. Jerusalem via the villages of Eastern Europe. In an intimate concert, combining classical genres with improvisation of Eastern and Jewish music styles, Yitzhak will open your imagination with beautiful, haunting solo piano.