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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

The Inventi Ensemble returns to Narooma May 28th

On Saturday May 28, the Inventi Ensemble returns to Narooma with a six-player arrangement of Dvorak’s New World Symphony. For several years now, Inventi has had a close relationship with composer Glynn Davies, whose arrangements of large-scale orchestral works are absolutely brilliant. Many of you will remember Inventi's wonderful performance of his version of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade in 2021 and we hope you'll enjoy this year's offering featuring flute, oboe, bassoon, violin, viola and cello:

Dvořák – Symphony No 9 - Brilliantly arranged for six players by Glynn Davies 2:30 pm Saturday May 28, St Paul’s Anglican Church, Narooma Tickets $28 from Mitre 10, Narooma & Nested on Wallaga, Bermagui, $30 at the door or from Trybooking More info: 0439 648414 Kindly supported by Nanda Taylor

The rest of our 2022 season is equally exciting. In July, we welcome back the Acacia Quartet with major works by Borodin and Shostakovich. After that, we’ll have something a bit different – the wonderful HD Duo, featuring Michael Duke on saxophone and David Howie on piano. Affinity Quartet, third prize winners at this year’s prestigious Wigmore Hall Quartet competition, will return to play for us in early October and the Inventi Ensemble will be back again in November with a new program. Here are the dates as of now: May 28 Inventi Ensemble – From the New World July 9 - Acacia Quartet – quartets by Borodin and Shostakovich Sep 3 - HD Duo – Michael Duke, saxophone & David Howie, piano early October – Affinity Quartet – third prize winners – Wigmore Hall Quartet Competition Nov 6 – Inventi Ensemble We are extremely proud and grateful that so many brilliant musicians have been willing to play for us over the years, and particularly now in these difficult times. Here’s hoping that there will be no cancellations this year! We look forward to see you at some wonderful concerts, Montague Visiting Artists


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