Sun, 16 Oct|
Young Stars at the Monastery
Prepare to be amazed by the incredible young talent of 17 year old cellist Max Wung and violinist/composer Ellie Malonzo, just 12 years old, who performs her own concerto. Tickets call Natalie on 0438 933 250 Adult $40 Concession $35 Under 18's $20 Tix also available at the door from 2pm
Time & Location
16 Oct, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Redemptorist Monastery, 190 Vincent St, North Perth
About the event
Vivaldi’s jolly Concerto RV 121 opens this performance and then...
Haydn’s Cello Concerto No 1 in C Major, presumed lost for nearly 200 years was only rediscovered in 1961. It packs vibrancy, sweet lyricism and breathless excitement all in one. Haydn C is in the repertoire of every great cellist and we are so lucky to hear the incredibly talented 17-year-old Max Wung interpret this masterpiece.
Another young star, the highly gifted Ellie Malonzo will play her own composition, Violin Concerto in A Major, composed this year and naturally a world premiere. Ellie, now 12 years old, started violin at age 5, began composing at age 6, became WAYO Philarmonic's concertmaster at 11 and has a truly inspiring list of prizes from around the world.
To end we have a Mozart contemporary, Dittersdorf, who once performed in a quartet playing first violin, Haydn second violin, Mozart viola and Wanhal cello. Despite his compositions “greatly emphasizing sensuous Italo-Austrian melody” Dittersdorf is hardly known these days. Symphony No 3 is uplifting and beautiful, with the slow movement unusually one grand flute solo, exquisitely performed by Michael Howell.
Tickets call Natalie on 0438 933 250
Adult $40 Concession $35 Under 18's $20
Tix also available at the door from 2pm