Experience Sidney Nolan’s ‘Search for Paradise’ with the CSO Chamber Ensemble
CSO Chamber Ensemble
Kirsten Williams Violin
Pip Thompson Violin
Lucy Carrigy-Ryan Viola
Sponsored by OPF Consulting
Liam Meany Cello
This special concert program is inspired by themes from the exhibition, touching on ideas of paradise and loss and focusing on the depictions of the harsh Australian landscape in Nolan’s work.
$55 Concession/CMAG Members
$35 Under 35
$10 Pre-concert exhibition tour
The artist’s own musical preferences and the music of his milieu will also be explored in works that span from well-loved classics to popular music of our own time. Curated by CSO violinist Pip Thompson, the music chosen is inspired by the artworks themselves and informed by the context of the artist’s life. Among the featured composers are Ravel, Sculthorpe and Britten, with film music from Ennio Morricone and arrangements of the music of popular artists such as U2 completing a diverse and varied program.
Join a pre-concert Curator’s Talk to explore the Sidney Nolan: Search for Paradise exhibition (at 6:50pm).
Doors open at 6:45pm. Pre-concert drinks available for purchase.
Presented by Canberra Museum + Gallery.