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London:RACE AGAINST TIME

November 09, 2016 7:30PM

Clothworkers Hall,  Dunster Court,

Mincing Lane, London EC3R7AH

The unknown & beautiful music of F.S. Kelly, Australia’s lost composer, Balliol Music Scholarship holder, Olympic Gold medal rower for Britain, killed at the Somme.

Louise Page, soprano
Christina Wilson, mezzo-soprano
Christopher Latham, violin
Güray Başol and Tamara-Anna Cislowska, piano

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Canberra: Three Treasures

High Court Friday 21 October 7.30 pm

France, Germany, Australia each lost a musical treasure in World War 1.  Discover the stories and superb music of Claude Duboscq (1897-1938), a French soldier and later translator for the English Army, Botho Sigwart zu Eulenburg (1884 - 1915), one of Germany’s finest young composers, and Frederick Septimus Kelly (29 May 1881 – 13 Nov 1916), Australia’s greatest cultural loss in the Great War. ANZAC scholar Chris Latham brings you another moving concert in the Flowers of War Series. Not to be missed

 Louise Page soprano, Christine Wilson mezzo, Christopher Latham violin, Alan Hicks piano, Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano

Sydney: Three Treasures

St James Church, 173 King St Sydney

Sunday 23 October 3pm

France, Germany, Australia each lost a musical treasure in World War 1.  Discover the stories and superb music of Claude Duboscq (1897-1938), a French soldier and later translator for the English Army, Botho Sigwart zu Eulenburg (1884 - 1915), one of Germany’s finest young composers, and Frederick Septimus Kelly (29 May 1881 – 13 Nov 1916), Australia’s greatest cultural loss in the Great War. ANZAC scholar Chris Latham brings you another moving concert in the Flowers of War Series. Not to be missed

 Louise Page soprano, Christine Wilson mezzo, Christopher Latham violin, Alan Hicks piano, Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano

Clothworkers Hall,  Dunster Court,

Mincing Lane, London EC3R7AH

November 09, 2016 7:30PM

The unknown & beautiful music of F.S. Kelly, Australia’s lost composer, Balliol Music Scholarship holder, Olympic Gold medal rower for Britain, killed at the Somme. ( See above right for details)

Louise Page soprano, Christine Wilson mezzo, Christopher Latham violin, Alan Hicks piano, Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano

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PAris, france

Fleurs de Guerre

Vendredi 4 Novembre 2016

Musee de L'Armee

Salle Turenne, 20h00

Louise Page, soprano
Christina Wilson, mezzo-soprano
Christopher Latham, violon
Güray Başol et Tamara-Anna Cislowska, piano

 

 

Fremantle Festival 2016

Race Against Time

 Fremantle Town Hall,

Sunday 30 October 2016, 7 PM

Frederick Septimus Kelly - Australia's lost composer

Frederick Septimus Kelly - Australia's lost composer

 Fremantle Town Hall,

Race Against Time
Race Against Time presents the poignant times and moving music of a little known Great War soldier composer: Australian Frederick Septimus Kelly. A gold medal Olympian rower, awarded soldier, renowned pianist and brilliant composer – this performance will tell the story of how Kelly’s artistic life and work were cut short by the Great War and how he persisted with his composing before meeting his demise on the Somme.

Letters and diaries sensitively woven with the sublime music Kelly composed at war will be presented at the Fremantle Town Hall at this Western Australian exclusive event. With music performed by ARIA award-winning pianist Tamara-Anna Cislowska, soprano Louise Page and Artistic Director of the Gallipoli Symphony, Christopher Latham, the performance expresses the meaning and a narration of life under fire.

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