Australian conductor Jessica Cottis presents a selection of music from her homeland, including Peter Sculthorpe and Richard Meale, plus the didgeridoo playing of William Barton.
Conductor Jessica Cottis was born in Australia and grew up there. Now based in the UK she regularly returns to conduct in Sydney, Queensland and Adelaide. Ahead of Australia Day later this week she presents a personal selection of contemporary music from her homeland, including orchestral works by Peter Sculthorpe and Richard Meale, and the didgeridoo playing of the virtuosic William Barton.
Image Credit: MJ Cruz.
Russian RagPerformer: Sarah Nicolls. Performer: Nicola Sweeney.
Maninyas - Violin Concerto - 1st mvtPerformer: Dene Olding. Orchestra: Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Stuart Challender.
Earth CryOrchestra: Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Michael Christie.
- ABC Classics.
Was Leiciester Square?Ensemble: Graeme Bell and his Australian Jazz Band.
Compassion - 1st mvt - Sim ShalomSinger: Lior. Orchestra: Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Nigel Westlake.
- ABC Classics.
Piano Concerto No 2 in F sharp minorPerformer: Piers Lane. Orchestra: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Howard Shelley.
Dreamtime DuetSinger: Delmae Barton.
Memento MoriOrchestra: New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: James Judd.
Three Caprichos after GoyaPerformer: Aleksandr Tsiboulski.
Interlude op. 100 no. 2 A gift of paperPerformer: Antony Gray.
Caeli enarrant... Lumen de Lumine, Rho Ophiuchi OphiuchiEnsemble: Ensemble 24. Director: Matthew Coorey.
ViridianOrchestra: Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: David Porcelijn.
- Sat 21 Jan 2017 13:00