A bit quieter in the music world these next two weeks. Unless you’re into percussion in which case it is the pinnacle of the year!
The slightly crazy Austrian Brass septet Mnozil Brass begin their Australian tour on Wednesday 19th at the Perth Concert Hall.
On Saturday 22nd we get to hear Elena Kats-Chernin’s new piece performed by the Vienna Boys Choir. More on that in tomorrow’s blog. The same weekend is also a series of concerts by Defying Gravity (WAAPA’S student percussion ensemble) who are celebrating their 25th birthday with concerts, the inaugural WA Day of Percussion and a tour to Ningaloo Reef as part of the Sounds Outback festival. I will post more on this popular percussion ensemble on Wednesday.
On Monday 24th Musica Viva bring us Berlin’s Kuss Quartet and Naoko Shimizu performing a program of Kurtag, Mozart, Kerry and Smetana.
If you hear anything I’ve missed for the month of September let me know.