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Orange Chamber Music Festival - Pop Up Concerts
Join us on Saturday 18 April for two free pop up concerts at Orange Regional Museum as part of the Orange Chamber Music Festival
About this Event
International guest artists of the inaugural Orange Chamber Music Festival will present two relaxed and intimate performances of solo works, interacting with the space and visitors to Orange Regional Museum.
Please let us know if you plan on coming to one (or both!) of these free performances by registering for a free ticket via this Eventbrite listing.
11am - Niels Bijl performing Fantasie Reimagined on tenor saxophone
Solo works for Tenor Saxophone
For Niels, it’s all about musicality and integrity. Whether he’s playing Bach on the baritone, JacobTV on the alto, Baldwyn on the soprano or original pieces written for him on his beloved tenor saxophone, it’s all about bringing the music to life. Niels Bijl is an exceptionally versatile saxophonist.
2pm - Emily Granger performing the 'Harp and the Moon' on the harp
'The Harp and The Moon' explores solo works for harp from Australia and America reflecting Emily's personal journey moving 14,000-kilometres from Chicago to Sydney. The program highlights a wide range of styles and explores the vast differences and similarities between the two cultures and continents.
Emily Granger has performed as Guest Principal Harp with the Chicago, Sydney, Tasmanian and Canberra Symphony Orchestras, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Orchestra Victoria, and Opera Australia Orchestra. Emily is a member of the Omega Ensemble and Chicago Harp Quartet. Upcoming performances include recitals at the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Recital Centre and Four Winds Easter Festival. Emily is represented by Tier 1 Arts.
Orange Chamber Music Festival, April 16-18 2020