Intrepid Music Project: NZ Music Month Special Event

Intrepid Music Project: NZ Music Month Special Event
At The Museum of the Vernacular (formerly Kerr Street Artspace), Devonport, Auckland, this Sunday, May 26, from 3pm.
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Above: Alex Taylor installing his map of New Zealand composers for the Sum of the parts exhibition.
Please join us in the Kerr Street Artspace, in Devonport at the base of Mt. Takarunga Victoria, for a special New Zealand Music Month event.Michael Dixon (horn), Alex Taylor (violin), Luca Manghi (flute), Robbie Drage (cello), Ben Hoadley (bassoon).One of Australia’s leading horn players, Michael currently performs as principal hornist with the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra and has also served as 1st horn in the Queensland Orchestra and the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Michael will perform his own compositions for the unusual combinations of horn/flute/violin/cello and horn/bassoon.
The concert will also feature the Auckland Premier of Alex Taylor’s loose knots, written with support from Creative NZ for Ben Hoadley to play at the International Double Reed Society Conference in USA later this year.
Robbie Drage will perform George Crumb’s Solo Cello Sonata, and Luca Manghi will perform Scelsi’s atmospheric “Quays”.

The Museum of the Vernacular  is easily reached from downtown Auckland Рcatch the ferry to Devonport and stroll up Victoria Road past all the delightful shops and cafes!
$15 waged/$10 unwaged. drinks and nibbles will be served
The Intrepid Music Project is curated by award winning composer Alex Taylor. Alex was one of the first people to get involved in the Cultural Mapping Project and you can see his first cultural mapping project here. He was also a featured artist in the 2012 exhibition Sum of the Parts for which he created an audio map.