Melbourne Recital CentreJUne & JUlY 2012
camille OSullivan Feel 23 June 2012
MelBOUrne recital centre
01three lanes6pm pg 4
02Doug de Vries trio presents Baden Powell and the afro-Sambas6pm pg 4Hiromi: the trio Project7.30pm pg 5
03 04Hiromi: Solo / eli Degibri Quartet7.30pm pg 5
05 06Monash University Jazz Futures6pm pg 4
07Monash University Jazz Futures6pm pg 4terence Blanchard7.30pm pg 6 08
Monash University Jazz Futures6pm pg 4renaud Garcia-Fons arcoluz trio7.30pm pg 7 09
Fish Boast of Fishing6pm pg 6For ella featuring Patti austin 1.30pm & 7.30pm pg 7
11 12australian Voices Gerard Brophy6pm pg 8Oliver She11am pg 8 13
Benjamin Martin6pm pg 8
14legacy7pm pg 9
15Sea Pictures6pm pg 9
22Made in the USa Born in Boston8pm pg 12
16Story & allegory3pm pg 10Midwinter Dream7pm pg 10
17Bach competition3pm pg 10
19Matinee concert for Secondary Students11am pg 11
20Queen of the Golden age6pm pg 11
21laneway Funk/ Bitsat Seyoum7pm pg 12
23Soundstream collective: circles Series6pm pg 12camille OSullivan: Feel8pm pg 13
24 25David Soo Piano recital6pm pg 14
26takcs Quartet7pm pg 14
29celtic Divas8pm pg 16
30takcs Quartet8pm pg 14
01a German requiem by Johannes Brahms3pm pg 18
02in Foreign taste6pm pg 18
03 04exiles and migrs6pm pg 18
05irenas Song a ray of light through the Darkness7pm pg 19
06Simple Gifts Julia Messenger Quintet7.30pm pg 19
07Simple Gifts Julia Messenger Quintet7.30pm pg 19
08corpus Medicorum5pm pg 20
10cdric tiberghien7.30pm pg 21
11Music at night7pm pg 22
12Janet Seidel trio Dear Blossom7.30pm pg 22
13Janet Seidel trio Dear Blossom7.30pm pg 22
14Joe chindamos Gershwin Songbook5pm & 8pm pg 22
16trout Quintet & Quartet for the end of time8pm pg 23
17Dialogue iii7pm pg 24as Dreams are Made On7.30pm pg 24 18
Mista Savona with aminata Doumbia Findlay6pm pg 24
20Hey World, Here i am the Streisand Story7.30pm pg 25
22trout Quintet & Quartet for the end of time2.30pm pg 23
23trout Quintet & Quartet for the end of time8pm pg 23
24Music on the Mind6pm pg 27
25Pipe Dreams Mostly Mozart11.30am pg 26Pierrots creator6pm pg 26 26
amarcord8pm pg 28
27Moon river Michelle nicolle Quartet7.30pm pg 27
29 31amarcord7pm pg 28
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21national Boys choir of australia in concert7.30pm pg 25Hey World, Here i am the Streisand Story8pm pg 25
28Moon river6.30pm pg 27Dazzling Viruoso 7pm pg 29Melbourne Open House pg 29
27animalia with Baby love Music Fun10am & 11.30am pg 17richard tognetti7.30pm pg 15
09the Magic Flute11am pg 17French letters/aussie accents6pm pg 20
June & July 2012alBare itD7.30pm pg 6
Pure Strings2.30pm pg 14
Dazzling Viruoso5pm pg 29
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Come in from the cold and hear more music this winter. In June, the Melbourne international Jazz Festival brings a host of luminary performers to the Centre, and in July you can hear gems from the american Songbook, a cabaret-style showcase of jazz and pop music. The captivating camille OSullivan makes her Recital Centre debut, demonstrating once again why this French-Irish chanteuse has a cult following around the world (23 June). Hear the best of Melbournes chamber ensembles in our local Heroes series, or discover a future star at our annual free Bach competition for young musicians (17 June). We welcome the virtuosos of the australian chamber Orchestra to Elisabeth Murdoch Hall for intimate music by Schubert and Messiaen, whose ravishing Quartet for the End of Time is a 20th-century classic (16-23 July), while their charismatic leader, violinist richard tognetti, makes his Melbourne recital debut (27 June). From Bach to Broadway, Melbourne Recital Centre presents the citys most diverse range of music and musicians in one of the worlds finest centres. Join us.
Now in our fourth year of partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre, we are proud that our Principal Partnership is playing a key role in the ongoing success this Australian cultural icon and world-renowned music venue is currently enjoying. Our partnership is based on a shared commitment to progressive performance brought to life with energy, quality and passion. The Audi team is looking forward to the upcoming June and July season at the Centre, and the world-class performances that will be showcased. The ongoing partnership between our two successful brands is a great way to give back to the Australian community through cultural endeavours that can be enjoyed and accessed by all Australians. I commend the impending concerts to all music aficionados enjoy!
UWe HaGenManaging Director, Audi Australia
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, is a proud supporter of Melbourne Recital Centre. We share a commitment to exceptional performance and inspired customer service experiences. Voted the Worlds Leading Airline for three consecutive years from 2009 to 2011, Etihad Airways is delighted to bring the Centres superb international artists to Melbourne to enrich the cultural life of the city and its people. We invite you to experience the luxury, convenience, and modern Arabian hospitality of Etihad Airways when next you fly.
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Timo-Veikko Valve, Christopher Moore & Maxime Bibeau Australian Chamber Orchestra
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MELBOURNE RECITAL CENTRE 2012 MelBOUrne internatiOnal Jazz FeStiVal4
Monash University Jazz FuturesDuring the 2012 Festival, aspiring students from Monash University Jazz and Popular Studies are provided with the extraordinary opportunity to rehearse and perform with leading international artists. The inspiring Jazz Futures series sees Australias next generation of jazz musicians take to the stage with School of Music staff members Rob Burke, Paul Williamson and Jordan Murray for a celebration of excellence in jazz education.
terence Blanchard, known for his sophisticated film scores (notably Spike Lee films), holds impeccable educational credentials including directorships at the Henri Mancini Institute and Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
Stalwarts on the Boston free jazz scene, the Fringe members George Garzone,
John Lockwood, Bob Gullotti are renowned as practitioners as well as educators, on faculty at Berklee College of Music, New York University and the New England Conservatory.
tarbaby Orrin Evans, Eric Revis and Nasheet Waits are all cutting edge musicians who are in demand as clinicians at conservatories and universities around the world.
Wed 6 June 6pm with terence Blanchard Quintet Thu 7 June 6pm with the Fringe Fri 8 June 6pm with tarbaby Salon Tickets $30 ($25 concession)Presented by Melbourne International Jazz Festival
Three LanesMelbourne-based jazz pianist and composer Andrea Keller creates music with two of her most admired, intriguing and broad-minded colleagues: Genevieve Lacey and Joe Talia. With the release of a new album, the trio combines acoustic, electronic, prepared, improvised and composed elements, allowing the unique and distinctive contribution of each of these three celebrated Australian musicians to be given a voice.
Fri 1 June 6pm Salon (no interval) andrea keller piano Genevieve lacey recorders Joe talia revox B77, electronics & percussion Tickets $35 ($25 concession)Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre
Doug de Vries Trio presents Baden Powell and the Afro-SambasWe pay homage to one of Brazils most celebrated guitarists, Baden Powell, and his development of the Afro-Samba style. Baden Powells virtuosity finds its match with Melbournes own Doug de Vries, one of Australias foremost guitarists and leading exponents of Brazilian guitar repertoire. Doug is joined by Frank DiSario and Alastair Kerr for a tour through Brazils unique musical landscape.
Sat 2 June 6pm Salon (no interval) Doug de Vries guitar alastair kerr drums/percussion Frank DiSario bass Tickets $35 ($25 concession)Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre
Doug de Vries
Terence BlanchardAndrea Keller
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Hiromi: The Trio ProjectDazzlingly talented keyboardist-composer Hiromi dominates the next wave of jazz superstars, possessing musicianship beyond her years and an electrifying stage presence. Her ability to blend jazz, progressive rock and classical styles has captured the attention of audiences worldwide. Few artists can boast a gig with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra at age 14, a personal invitation to play with Chick Corea at 17, and a mentorship with Ahmad Jamal at the Berklee College of Music before launching their professional career.
Making her Australian debut hot on the heels of lauded appearances at the Umbria,
San Sebastian, Newport and Monterey Jazz Festivals, Hiromi takes to the stage with two equally formidable players, bassist Anthony Jackson (Paul Simon, The OJays, Steely Dan, Chick Corea) and drummer Simon Philips (Toto, The Who, Judas Priest, David Gilmour and Jack Bruce).
Sat 2 June 7.30pm Elisabeth Murdoch Hall A reserve $69 ($61 concession) B reserve $59 ($49 concession)Presented by Melbourne International Jaz