A TASTE OF OMEGA: THE BASSOON

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Get to know the performers and instruments of Omega Ensemble, in our captivating lunchtime series, A Taste of Omega. Take time out from your busy day with exquisite chamber music performed by some of the finest musicians in the country.

Many people have different views of the bassoon; some might know it from the opening passages of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring in which it plays in its extreme highs. Some might know it from Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf as the instrument that represents the grandfather. In fact, the bassoon is capable of producing impassioned and lyrical sounds, especially in the hands of Omega’s resident bassoonist, Ben Hoadley.

Join Ben in a curious concert featuring this grand woodwind instrument as he performs Poulenc’s iconic Sonata for clarinet and bassoon, Glinka’s Trio pathétique alongside his own composition Four Preludes for bassoon, clarinet and piano.

An interesting and engaging program that will leave you well acquainted with this reedy instrument.

Presented by City Recital Hall and Omega Ensemble

Venue

City Recital Hall Angel Place @ 2 Angel Place, Sydney, NSW 2000

Price

All tickets $15

Bookings

Visit City Recital Hall website