TRIO ANIMA MUNDI 2018 CONCERT SERIES
TAM 2018 Subscription Series - 'Wanderings'
Trio Anima Mundi presents their eleventh subscription series - Wanderings - in 2018. Each concert in this 3-concert series showcases an Australian composer. Alongside these works, Trio Anima Mundi continues its 'Piano Trio Archaeology' mission of presenting rarely-heard works from the piano trio repertoire as well as works of the canon such as Dvorak and Mendelssohn.
Aligned to International Womens Day held in March, Concert 1 present the works of three women, Fanny Mendelssohn, Rosalind Ellicott, and Melbournian Katherine Rawlings.
Concert 2 showcases the transcriptions of Melbourne-based composer Tom Henry and juxtaposes these with works by the sources of his inspiration, Felix Mendelssohn and Johann Sebasitan Bach.
Concert 3 looks at trios which have an underlying musical narrative and features Australian composer Ian Munro's first Piano Trio - Tales from Old Russia - alongside Antonin Dvorak's 'Dumky' Trio.
Concert 3 - Folklore and Fairytales
Sunday 21st October at 3pm - Geelong
Sunday 28th October at 3pm - Melbourne
Ian Munro (1963*) - Piano Trio No.1, Tales from Old Russia
Tom Henry (1971*) - Fantasia on 'Lass Ihn Kreuzigen' from St. Matthew Passion by J.S. Bach (2009)
Tom Henry (1971*) - Solitude for piano trio, after Mendelssohn's Song Without Words Op.85, No.2
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) - Piano Trio No.4 in E minor, Op.90 Dumky
Concert 1 - Classical Temperament
Sunday 4th March at 3pm - Geelong
Sunday 18th March at 3pm - Melbourne
Rosalind Ellicott (1857-1924) - Piano Trio No.1 in G
Katherine Rawlings (1979*) - Bloom for piano trio
Fanny Mendelssohn (1805-1847) - Piano Trio in D minor, Op.11
Concert 2 - By Arrangement
Sunday 27th May at 3pm - Geelong
Sunday 10th June at 3pm - Melbourne
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) - Chaconne from Partita No.2 for solo violin, BWV 1004
Tom Henry (1971*) - Fantasia on 'Lass Ihn Kreuzigen' from St. Mattehw Passion by J.S. Bach (2009)
Tom Henry (1971*) - Solitude for piano trio, after Meldelssohn's Song Without Words Op.85, No.2
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) - Piano Trio No.2 in C minor, Op.66
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The Keith Humble Centre,
The Geelong College,
Aphrasia St, Newtown VIC 3220
Australian National Academy of Music,
210 Bank St, South Melbourne, VIC 3205