Join us in concert to hear new music by young Australians aged 12-23 on Saturday 24 September 2022 at 2pm (Adelaide time). 12 new Fanfares and To Country compositions will be premiered.

We invite you to hear their pieces performed by the Adelaide Youth Orchestras conducted by six Elder Conservatorium students – Vivian Horn, David Le Guen, Oliver Scott, Leanne Puttick, Tommy Ng and Jasen Scott and mentored by Luke Dollman.

If you are unable to attend the concert please join via livestream here >>>

About the Program

To Country is a new program asking young people to create a short one-minute musical acknowledgement of country in respect to our first peoples. The composers have workshopped their pieces with Christopher Sainsbury, Australian Indigenous composer, performer and associate professor at ANU in Canberra.

The Fanfare Competition invites young people to submit a 30-second composition played to assist the theatre bells, calling patrons to their seats at select performing arts venues across Australia. Now in its ninth year the competition has received over 1,800 entries.

The composers were mentored by Lyle Chan, Nicholas Vines, Christopher Sainsbury, Jessica Wells and Nicole Murphy.

This special concert event, in partnership with the Adelaide Youth Orchestras and the Elder Conservatorium, is the world premiere of all 12 compositions.

When: 2pm, Sat 24 September 2022 (Adelaide time)
Where: Elder Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide SA
Livestream concert link: adyo.com.au
To attend the concert at Elder Hall please book tickets online here.

Program

Concert: 2pm, 24 September 2022, Elder Hall

Jussi Jenssen (Age 22, NSW) Evening Song [TC]
Lachlan Smith (Age 17, WA) To Your Seats [F]
Marcel Howell (Age 16, WA) Beginner’s fanfare [F]
Sophie McLaren (Age 16, Vic) Dawn [TC]
Huangkai Lai (Age 22, Vic) 100% [TC]
Jack Brunialti-Sykes (Age 12, Vic) First Light-Ritual {TC]
James Trevor (Age 16, WA) Celebration Fanfare [F]
Lauren McCormick (Age 22, SA) Touch of earth [TC]
Johnny Turner (Age 16, SA) Fanfare in G [F]
Jasmine Lai (Age 16, Vic) Wilderness [TC]
Amy Skellern (Age 17, WA) Fanfare Villainous [F]
Noah West (Age 17, WA) Out with a bang [F]

*F = Fanfare; *TC = To Country

2022 In Concert:
Fanfare & To Country

2:00pm Saturday,
24 September 2022 (Adelaide Time)

Elder Hall,
North Terrace, Adelaide

Info: (02) 8007 7322,
info@artology.org.au

Livestream Concert

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Book tickets online to attend the concert.