New music by queer composersPresented by: La Mama
Thu - Sat 7.30pm
Homophonic! is back for its 8th fabulous year. Come join us at La Mama Courthouse for an evening of new classical music by queer composers. Celebrating Sapphic symphonists, homosexual harmonies, and the long and proud tradition of composers being as gay as the day is long.
Classical music has a rich heritage of LGBT musicians and composers, and this concert is celebrating the legacy of artists such as Tchaikovsky, Poulenc, Copland and Cage, by performing the work of 20th and 21st century queer composers, in an exciting program featuring famously gay composers alongside new Australian music that is sure to entertain and enlighten even the most experiencedconcert goer.
We're bringing the disco ball to the concert hall! Come along to hear some of Melbourne's most in demand classical musicians play some outlandishly fabulous music, and experience the sound world of the LGBT composers of today.
Performed by 3 Shades Black, and compered by artistic director Miranda Hill, Homophonic! brings together Melbourne's most in-demand professional musicians, to perform some outlandishly amazing music.
Thomas Ades, Life Story
Tansy Davies, Neon
Peter Wilson, they who fly on wings of glass
Nico Muhly, I cannot attain unto it
Naima Fine, *new work*
Louisa Trewartha, *new work*
and a fabulous encore arranged by Gemma Horbury.
3 Shades Black: Jacob Abela, Merewyn Bramble, Emily Clarke, Natasha Conrau, Judith Dodsworth, Laila Engle, Phoebe Green, Karen Heath, Robin Henry, Miranda Hill, Matthew Horsely, Zachary Johnston, Jennifer Mills, Katherine Philp and Thea Rossen.
Consort of Melbourne: Leonie Thomson, Kristy Biber, Jenny George, Christopher Roache, Ben Owen, Director: Steven Hodgson.
Directed and presented by: Miranda Hill
Assistant producer: Allison Wright
Lights: Joy Lee
Sound: Jennifer Mills.
Please note: If your preferred performance is showing as sold out, please check the La Mama website for availability.