Mildura Weekly : Friday January 8 Vol 10 No 9
NEWS 15 FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2016 MILDURAWEEKLY.COM.AU THE annual Murray River Interna- tional Music Festival returns to Sun- raysia this month with an impres- sive program. This year’s festival features tal- ented musicians from Australia and Europe, performing in a range of music genres from baroque to folk and jazz. The official opening of the festi- val will be held at Gol Gol’s pictur- esque Ampelon Gardens on Tues- day, January 19, where the audience is encouraged to enjoy a BYO picnic from 7pm before the live entertain- ment begins at 8.30pm when five members of the Omega Ensemble, RIGHT, will perform works by Mo- zart and Brahms. Other highlights on the pro- gram include: • Andrea Vettoretti and Mas- simo Scattolin at The Roxy The- atre, Ouyen. This intimate setting will provide a picturesque backdrop to the musical stylings of renowned Italian guitarists Vettoretti and Scat- tolin. Described by critics as one of the best guitarists of our time, Scat- tolin has attracted the attention of audiences across the globe. Vettoret- ti, also an established name in his own right, has won 12 national and international competitions, and is considered one of the most sig- nificant guitarists in Europe. Date: Monday, January 18, 8pm-9pm. Cost: $25 • Tom Vincent Trio at the Mil- dura Arts Centre. Vincent is a jazz pianist, arranger and composer and is one of Australia’s most highly re- garded and most innovative musi- cians. Tom has performed extensive- ly worldwide and has produced and released seven CDs as a band leader. Leigh Barker is the second mem- ber of the trio, playing the double bass. Leigh has been leading bands since he was a teenager and has been present in the Melbourne jazz scene for more than 10 years. The fi- nal member of the trio is drummer Alf Jackson. His talent has seen him performing for Prince Charles and Lady Camilla during their visit to Australia in 2012. Date: Wednesday, January 20, 8pm-9pm. Cost: $25 • Genevieve Lacey and James Crabb at Stefano’s Cafe. Crabb is one of the world’s leading ambassa- dors of the classical accordion. His repertoire ranges from original con- temporary works, frequently col- laborating with composers, to tran- scriptions from Baroque through to the 21st century, Tango Nuevo and folk music. Lacey is a recorder virtuoso, seri- al collaborator and artistic director. With a high-profile career as a solo- ist with orchestras and ensembles around the world, Genevieve has won multiple awards including two ARIAs. Date: Thursday, January 21, 8pm-9pm. Cost: $25 • Camerata Antica at the Wen- tworth Town Hall. Antica is a mixed consort with a combination of singers and period instrumental- ists including cornetts, sackbutts, trumpets, violins, viols, lute, organ and harpsichord. The ensemble has toured extensively throughout the UK and Australia, performing in chamber recital and collaborating with larger choirs. The ensemble will perform works by well-known composers including Byrd, Purcell and Monteverdi, alongside unique pieces by Corradini, Nauwach and Bassano. Date: Friday, January 22, 8pm-9pm. Cost: $25 • Andrea Vettoretti at The Art Vault. The Italian guitarist will be serenading audiences again in an afternoon at the Art Vault with a program titled ‘Rain.’ Several other artists including Roberto Fabbri, Massimo Scattolin, Andrew York and Francisco Tarrega will also per- form on the day. Date: Saturday, January 23, 2pm-3pm. Cost: $20. • Midsummer Night’s Picnic with Babaganoush at the Mildura Homestead. Five-piece band Baba- ganoush combines gypsy and Bal- kans music from Eastern Europe. The warm, sensuous sounds of traditional dance tunes and songs from Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece and Turkey will encapsulate the diversity of the fes- tival. The group’s musicians are: Ma- lini Chidzev on violin, vocals; Peter Marianovic, piano accordion; Aviva Endean, clarinet and vocals; Tom Lee, double bass; Byron Triandafv- llidis, percussion, vocals and bou- zouki. Date: Saturday, January 23, 7pm for an 8pm-10pm. Cost: $25 • Seraphim Trio, ABOVE, at the Mildura Arts Centre. Seraphim Trio is Anna Goldsworthy on piano, Helen Ayres on violin and Timothy Nankervis playing the cello. They formed 21 years ago, simply for the enjoyment of music. Seraphim Trio is recognised as Australia’s pre-em- inent piano trio, being winners of the Piano Trio Prize and the Audi- ence Choice Award at the Australian National Chamber Music Competi- tion. Seraphim Trio performs regu- larly in Melbourne and is frequently broadcast on ABC Classic FM. Date: Sunday, January 24, 4.30pm for 5pm-6pm. Cost: $25 For more information regard- ing bookings, and other enquires, contact Mildura Arts Centre on 5018 8330 or log on www.mil- duraartscentre.com.au. 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