In the Shape of a Square

A performance of contemporary works for flutes and strings.

In the Shape of a Square invites listeners to Melbourne Fringe Festival pop-up venue, Emerald City, for a one night-only performance of contemporary instrumental duos that explore contemplation, spirituality and gesture.

Experience a rare performance of dynamic compositions by Philip Glass, Toru Takemitsu and Sofia Gubaidulina. Evocative and unconventional, In the Shape of a Square will take its audience on a journey where rhythm and sound manifest in celestial colours and kaleidoscopic patterns.

Image: Young Vo

Image: Young Vo

 

Program

Toru Takemitsu: Masque for two flutes (1962)

I. Continu

II. Incidental

Sofia Gubaidulina: Rejoice! sonata for violin and cello (1981)

I. Niemand kann eure Freude von euch nehmen (Your joy no one will take away from you)

II. Freut euch der Freude (Rejoice with joy)

III. Freue dich, Rabbi (Rejoice Rabbi)

IV. Und er kehtre in sein Haus zurück (And he returned to his own abode)

V. Und sie verstummten (Heed thyself)

Philip Glass: Piece in the Shape of a Square (1967)

 

Producer: Sophie Weston

Flute: Sophie Weston, Maxine Byrne

Violin: Elyane de Fontenay

Cello: Belinda Liew

 

In the Shape of a Square

7PM Saturday, 16 September

Emerald City – the Rabbit Hole 

3 Blackwood St, North Melbourne

$23.50 / $17.50

Tickets via melbournefringe.com.au or (03) 9660 9666

 
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