Monash School of Music and the Monash Academy of Performing Arts
Featuring – Monash Sinfonia
Sunday 16 September 2012
Robert Blackwood Hall, Clayton Campus, Monash University
Nemanja Radulovic violin/guest leader
J.S.BACH Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings and Continuo in D Minor BWV 1043
MENDELSSOHN Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra in D Minor
REINER Glitches in an Ancient World
SEDLAR Serbian Fantasy (World Premier)
Proclaimed as the ‘International Revelation of the Year’ at the Victoires de la Musique (European Association of Artist Managers, MIDEM prize) in 2005, Serbian virtuoso violinist Nemanja Radulovic has wowed audiences across Europe and the US with his compelling artistry and striking stage presence. Exclusive to Monash University, he makes his first visit to Australia, and, in collaboration with the Monash Sinfonia, presents a programme of stunning ensemble string music from the heart of the European tradition.
Children under 15: $15.00
Group of 6 or more: $15.00
Monash Staff*: $25.00
Monash Students*: $10.00*To purchase Monash Staff/Student tickets you must be able to present a valid Staff/Student Monash card or Staff/Student Monash ID Number at the MAPA Box Office.This performance runs for just under two hours, including a twenty minute interval.
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