Music and architecture come together in a series of talks and concerts hosted in, and inspired by, the unique buildings of Australia’s most famous modernist architect, Harry Seidler.
This Grammy-winning Estonian vocal ensemble celebrates the music of its homeland’s most beloved composer, Arvo Pärt. The ensemble’s relation with Pärt is a close one: their recording of his powerful Adam’s Lament won Vox Clamantis a Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance.
Under the inspired guidance of founder Jaan-Eik Tulve, this program sees Vox Clamantis powerfully interpret decades of Pärt’s ecclesiastical music.
Arvo Pärt: The Deer's Cry
Arvo Pärt – Kleine Litanei
Arvo Pärt – Alleluia-Tropus
Arvo Pärt – And One of the Pharisees
Arvo Pärt – Da pacem Domine
Arvo Pärt – Morning Star
Arvo Pärt – The Deer's Cry
Arvo Pärt – Summa
Arvo Pärt – Virgencita
Arvo Pärt – I Am the True Vine
Arvo Pärt – Most Holy Mother of God
Arvo Pärt – Gebet nach dem Kanon (Kanon Pokajanen)
Note: Photography and recording are not permitted inside this venue.
Richard Gill AO in conversation with Simon Marnie (ABC Radio Sydney)
Richard Gill, AO, Founding Music Director and Conductor Emeritus of Victorian Opera, particularly admired for his work in opera, music theatre and vocal and choral training, is internationally respected as a music educator.
Richard has been Artistic Director of the Education Program for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Artistic Director of OzOpera, Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, and Artistic Advisor for the Musica Viva Education program. He is currently Music Director of Sydney Chamber Choir and is the Founder and Director of the National Music Teacher Mentoring Program.
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