Evening concerts start with a bang
The Elder School of Music's 2005 Evening Concert Series gets off to a pounding start this month with Uneven Souls, a different yet exciting combination of percussion, brass and some voices.
Featuring the School's award-winning percussionists, the Elder Conservatorium Brass Ensemble, and supported by members of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, it is the first in a series of six promising concerts not to be missed.
The performances include Niehaus's Fanfare and Allegro, Varèse's Ionisation, Kopetski's Night of Moon & Dances, Tull's Liturgical Symphony, Zivkovic's Uneven Souls, and Maki Ishii's Dyu Ha.
The concert will be held at the Elder Hall on Saturday, June 25 at 6.30pm.