The Reef5 - 23 July 2012

Program

 

TOGNETTI Heart of The Black Beast, Bathymetry 
TOGNETTI/GRANDAGE Beyond
SEEGER “Where Have All the Flowers Gone”
RAMEAU Les Vents from Les Boreades
LIGETI Ramifications
CRUMB Black Angels (excerpts)
BACH Fugue from Sonata No.1, BWV1001 
GRANDAGE/ATKINS Immutable 
PIGRAM BROTHERS “Raindancing” 
S. PIGRAM “Mimi”  
KILAR Orawa
ALICE IN CHAINS Them Bones, Angry Chair 
DEAN Peripeteia from Electric Preludes
SHOSTAKOVICH Allegro molto from Chamber Symphony, Op.110a
RACHMANINOV Vocalise 
BEETHOVEN Cavatina from String Quartet, Op.130 
Arrangements by Tognetti and Grandage

Artists

Richard Tognetti Artistic Director and Lead Violin
Jon Frank Photographic Images and Footage
Mick Sowry Director
Mark Atkins Didgeridoo
Derek Hynd Surfer
Stephen Pigram Voice
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In his most adventurous project to date, Richard Tognetti takes musicians and surfers to the rugged surf coast and tough desert landscape of northern Western Australia to create a new performance piece at the intersection of music and nature.

Travelling with Tognetti to world heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, making music and surfing with the locals, is a remarkable collection of artists: photographer Jon Frank, director Mick Sowry, composer Iain Grandage, didgeridoo player Mark Atkins, singer Stephen Pigram and the young musicians of ACO2.

Together they’ll create a performance using music and film to further delve into the links between surfing, the ocean, landscape and music previously illuminated in Musica Surfica and The Glide.

The Reef is a co-production by the ACO and Tura New Music, created at Ningaloo Reef in May 2012. 

To see photos and articles about the making of The Reef, visit the blog. Watch a clip from The Reef at vimeo.com/44705490.

Download the program (PDF) or view online.


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Reviews

"The Reef strikes bravely into new territory...it opens with a wonderful and unprecedented marriage of surfing to a Tchaikovsky waltz and features a glaci..."

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