Marshall returns to MPavilion with his harp for the fifth year in a row to perform a program of music new and old, featuring works from the French baroque, and Australian works. Bring a picnic rug and settle in for this lunchtime performance—our Kiosk will be open, serving Three Thousand Thieves coffee, refreshments and eats.
JS Bach - Andante in C
JS Bach - Goldberg Variations: Aria
Paul Dean -As long as you learn one thing every day
Jean-Philippe Rameau - Suite in E minor
Allemande~Gigue en rondeau~2eme gigue en rondeau~Le rappel des oiseaux- Musette - Tambourin
Jean-Baptiste Lully - Le pavane des saisons; Le mariage force ‘un charivari grotesque’
Hasselmans - La Source
Robert Nicholas Charles Bochsa - Variations on ‘La ci darem la mano’
Debussy - Arabesque No 1
Hasselmans .- Gitana
Bookings and information: http://mpavilion.org/program/marshall-mcguire-recital/
Featuring Debussy's Trio-Sonate for flute, viola & harp
Let Inventi Ensemble guide you through a delightful journey of classical music, from operatic arrangements to enchanting Baroque and Classical masterworks to amazing Australian repertoire.
The Sunday Classics series includes a wide range of music featuring harp, strings, piano and woodwind in an intimate chamber music setting. Enjoy a Sunday afternoon concert and a chance to meet the musicians following the performance.
Bookings and information: https://www.boroondara.vic.gov.au/events/inventi-ensemble-sunday-classics-spring
Orava Quartet and guest artists Melissa Doecke (flute), Lloyd Van’t Hoff (clarinet) and Marshall McGuire (harp) perform three exquisite masterpieces that create a unique and unforgettable sound world.
Experience rich and beautiful works, from Ravel’s Introduction and Allegro, which sparkles with energy and joie de vivre, to Debussy’s Dances and their subtle sombre tones – with the perfect matching of harp and strings capturing and balancing the contrasting moods in a thoroughly original way. Not to mention Golijov’s touching homage to the great Isaac of Provence, which brought about the composer’s profound reflection on the nature of composition and its exquisite beginnings: ‘An art that springs from and relies on our ability to sing and hear, with the power to build castles of sound in our memories.’
Bookings and information: https://www.melbournerecital.com.au/events/2018/orava-quartet-dances-dreams-and-prayers/