Glowing horizons, shimmering clouds, broad vistas of sound.
Stroma is joined in a concert of landscape-themed music by ROBERTO FABBRICIANI — one of the world’s greatest flute players and collaborator with luminaries such as Berio, Maderna, Nono and Sciarrino. In his first visit to New Zealand, Fabbriciani will perform in a number of works, including the premiere of PAOLO CAVALLONE’s Horos for flute and ensemble. Cavallone will be familiar to a number of Wellingtonians after he spent the second half of 2010 lecturing composition and orchestration at the New Zealand School of Music.
Also featured is NZer Dorothy Ker’s Water Mountain, Kaija Saariaho’s shimmering Cloud Trio and Gérard Pesson’s Nebenstück, a delicate deconstruction of a Brahms piano work.
Roberto Fabbriciani (flute)
Hamish McKeich (conductor)
Gérard Pesson — Nebenstück
Kaija Saariaho — Cloud Trio
Aldo Clementi — Duetto
Dorothy Ker — Water Mountain
Salvatore Sciarrino — L’orizzonte luminoso di Aton
Paolo Cavallone — Hóros for flute and ensemble [WORLD PREMIERE]
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