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|Title:||Artistic direction of the 2009 Australian Flute Festival|
|Publisher Place:||Adelaide, South Australia|
|Director:||Koch, Elizabeth Jane|
|Where:||Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide|
|When:||October 3-5 2009|
|Description:||Extent : 4 days : 16 public concerts, 12 masterclasses, national flute competition, national piccolo competition, 8 public talks. Promoting organisation : Australian Flute Festival (national committee) Performers : Jean Ferrandis, Uwe Grodd, Geoffrey Collins, Alexa Still, Sally Walker, Lisa-Marie Amos, Carolyn Bounds, Tara-Helen O'Connor, Janet McKay, Julia Grenfell, Peter Sheridan, Lisa-Maree Amos, Elizabeth Koch and many other associate artists World premiere of Toccata Agogica by Charles Bodman Rae (Commissioned as the test piece for the 2009 Australian Flute Competition) performed by all the finalists; Australian premiere of Fuga y mysterio by Astor Piazzola; World premiere of Valse Giocoso by Michal Rosiak; South Australian premiere of Telegraphed by Iain Grandage; World premiere of Blue Canticle by Johanna Sellick; World premiere of Serenade by Vaughan McAlley; Australian premiere of Looking Back by Joseph Schwantner; World premiere of Sonatine by Mark Isaacs.|
|Appears in Collections:||Music publications, scores & recorded works|
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