Introducing the 2021 Fanfare Composers
Join us for the Queensland Youth Orchestras Chamber Orchestra concert premiering 12 new Fanfares by young composers plus a new work by Christopher Sainsbury on Wednesday 29 September, 7.30-8.00pm.
Fanfare Competition, now in its eighth year, is open to young people aged 12-21 to extend their composition skills and have their piece workshopped and performed at a special concert event. The concert, in partnership with the Queensland Youth Orchestras, and conducted by Rachel Howley, is the first opportunity to recognise the incredible 2021 compositions.
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“I am so thankful for the opportunity to be involved with Fanfare this year. I’ve learnt so much, particularly around the guidelines involved with preparing a score and its parts for musicians. I’ve already had to put these skills into action for a wind symphony I’ve recently composed,” says Jonathan Platz (Age 13, Qld).
Event: 2021 Fanfare Concert
When: 7.30-8.00pm, Wednesday 29 September 2021
Where: The Old Museum Concert Hall, 480 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills
Livestream the concert here: artology.org.au
To register to attend the concert, please contact Philippa on (02) 8007 7322 or email@example.com by Monday 27 September. Places in the concert hall are strictly limited, RSVP essential.
Join us in celebrating the achievements of the 2021 Queensland Youth Orchestras Fanfare participants:
1. Musical Acknowledgement to Country: Christopher Sainsbury Two Fires Talking (WP)
2. Fanfare – Annabel Wouters (Age 13, Figtree, NSW) (WP)
3. Proclamation – Jonathan Platz (Age 13, Atherton, Qld) (WP)
4. Encore – Jasmine Lai (Age 14, Melbourne, Vic) (WP)
5. Title Sequence – Kristopher Man (Age 16, Athelstone, SA) (WP)
6. Defense of H’Muuhi Citadel – Andre Fuller (Age 17, Toowomba, Qld) (WP)
7. AH! – Olivia Bryant (Age 17, Ipswich, Qld) (WP)
8. Elk Branches – Sally Greenaway
9. …And They Emerged Victorious – Emma Watson (Age 18, Cammeray, NSW) (WP)
10. Funfair Fanfare – Jennifer Gao (Age 18, Parramatta, NSW) (WP)
11. Menacing Statuettes – Ethan Parfoot (Age 18, Eaton Hills, Qld) (WP)
12. The Bright Start to Life – Franz Mir Antenor (Age 19, Adelaide, SA) (WP)
13. Hair Fanfare – Dion Spyropoulos (Age 19, Templestowe Lower, Vic) (WP)
14. Fanfare Just For You – Huangkai (Kaykay) Lai (Age 21, Canberra, ACT) (WP)
The concert will begin with a specially-commissioned musical acknowledgement of country by Christopher Sainsbury entitled Two Fires Talking. The program will also include Sally Greenaway’s Elk Branches.
** (WP) = World Premier