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 https://www.trybooking.com/BZEMZ
More info: 0439 648414
Kindly supported by Nanda Taylor
Inventi Ensemble have established themselves in Melbourne and are a leading force in Australian chamber music. Award winning performances in Australia’s leading concert halls and at festivals around the country have led to an enthusiastic following of their innovative programming and outstanding performance style. They are one of the most prolific chamber ensembles in Australia, with over 50 diverse concerts in their 2021 season. Inventi is an exciting voice in Australian music and we are very pleased that they have been regular visitors to Narooma since 2018.
Through the recent crisis of COVID-19, Inventi have proudly continued to offer paid work to Victorian musicians and pivoted to online performances for communities across Melbourne, including children’s interactive online workshops, online aged care concerts, 7 new works commissioned from Melbourne composers and recordings of those works.
Inventi are renowned for their impressive arrangements of large-scale orchestral works for chamber ensemble. They have done this in collaboration with Melbourne’s Glynn Davies all of which have been received to great acclaim by audiences and leaders in the industry. Inventi have created interactive, dynamic family shows and they engage with musicians of all ages and abilities.
Leaders in promoting new repertoire, Inventi have commissioned numerous works by Victorian composers that have gained worldwide recognition - international festival performances and competition winning works. Inventi’s discography is growing, with two new albums released in Nov 2020, in an unprecedented project recorded in 3 days between lockdowns in Melbourne. Women of the Earth celebrates Australian female composers & Peer Gynt is an innovative retelling of the Norwegian tales in true Inventi style, narrated by the inimitable Ed Ayres.
Inventi have unmistakably had a positive benefit and impact on the careers of many artists and Inventi’s diverse contribution to the Australian arts sector is unparalleled.