Verdun and the World War 1 Sketchbook of Franz Marc
A Conversation & Concert
Facilitated by ABC 666's Alex Sloan
Concert (8pm) $45, $35 Concessions and Music Viva Subscribers
Conversation free (6.30-7.30)
A concert with projections based on the WW1 sketches of the great German artist, Franz Marc, who founded the Blue Rider School and died at Verdun in 1916. Music by Ravel and Strauss and forgotten and lost composers of the First World War, some who died at Verdun
The Sculthorpe Quartet: Veronique Serret & Christopher Latham violins, Tor Fromyhr viola, David Pereira cello,
Louise Page soprano, Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano.
Alex Sloan in discussion with eminent historian Joan Beaumont, Jacqueline Dwyer & Chris Latham
100 years after this battle, what have we learned and how have we healed the past?
Supported by the French Embassy, German Embassy, ANU Centre for European Studies