Oct 23, 2014

MELBOURNE: Snapshots of a Sinfonietta with Anastasia Pahos

Up-and-coming Orthodox composer, Anastasia Pahos, will be performing her latest work, Eliksiir, in her first Melbourne concert. A lively and energetic score inspired by the sentiments of Hieromonk Damascene on Mt Athos: "Our thoughts are not ourselves...we are immortal spirits."

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Come on a journey with the innovative Melbourne Metropolitan Sinfonietta in their exciting debut concert at the Abbotsford Convent.

Featuring 6 new works from some of Australia's finest emerging composers, the Sinfonietta is proud to present just a taste of things to come. Alongside these premieres are arrangements of selections from Tchaikovsky's 5th Symphony, Mahler's 1st Symphony and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

Conducted by Michael BakrnĨev and Sascha Kelly, 'The Melbourne Met' hopes you will join us and hear us yourself in our inaugural performance - Snapshots of a Sinfonietta.

WHEN: Wednesday 5th Nov 2014
WHERE: Oratory Room, Abbotsford Convent

TIME: 7:30pm
ADDRESS: 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford, VIC
COST: Adults $15 - Child/Concession $10
TICKETS: available at the door or online

How to get there?
Car: Parking is available at the Convent from $6.

Bus: Routes 200 and 207 travel to the corner of Clarke St and Johnson St. Abbotsford Convent is a short walk from the bus stop.

Train: The nearest train station is Victoria Park Station. Abbotsford Convent is approximately 1km walk from the station. Alternatively, the 200 and 207 buses stop near the station.

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