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Anzac Reflections concert

A concert held on Anzac Day (Friday 25 April 2014, 2.30 pm) in the Hamilton Gardens Pavilion, featuring the premiere performance of  "A Call to Arms", composed by David Hamilton.

Detail from Anzac reflections poster

Cantando Choir presents an ANZAC Reflections concert commemorating those who have given their lives in conflicts throughout the world and reflect on the effects war has on individuals and societies.
Under the musical direction of Rupert D'Cruze, this year's concert features the premiere performance of a new choral work A Call to Arms, composed by David Hamilton based on First World War poetry.

Performance details
Baritone soloist: Clinton Fung
Piano: Melanie Lina
Brass Ensemble: Bill Stoneham, Hiro Kobayashi (trumpet), David Woodcock, Emma Cardwell (trombone)
Narrator: Clive Lamdin
Where: Hamilton Gardens Pavilion
When: Friday, 25th April, 2.30 pm
Tickets: $15, Children under 12 free
Available at the door or from choir members

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Date added: 10 March 2014 | Last updated: 12 July 2014