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Kupka’s Piano is a collective of Australia’s brightest emerging musicians and composers. Through innovative and engaging programming, the Brisbane-based ensemble celebrates the latest classical music from Australia and around the world. Taking its name from Bohemian painter František Kupka’s iconic 1909 painting The Piano Keys, Kupka’s Piano aims to entice audiences into hearing new sounds, new structures, new musical ideas.
Kupka's Piano is ensemble-in-residence at the Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Arts in Brisbane where the group presents a series of concerts each year. The ensemble uses a formation of flutes, clarinets, cello, piano and percussion, for the basis of new commissions by Australian and international composers. The group frequently collaborates with guest artists of musical and interdisciplinary mediums to explore all corners of new music.
Hauntology takes its title from Redland local and ensemble member Liam Flenady's new work, scheduled for World Premiere at RPAC, which explores the perseverance of ghosts and the presence of absence. Also featured in the program are Australian and international chamber works from the last decade.
Kupka’s Piano is: Hannah Reardon-Smith (flutes), Jodie Rottle (flutes), Macarthur Clough (clarinets), Katherine Philp (cello), Angus Wilson (percussion), Alex Raineri (piano), and Liam Flenady (composition/electric guitar).
This performance is part of the Cleveland Contemporary Music Event
(CCME) which brings the new music world to Cleveland with five exceptional concerts over three weekends. Book for three or more CCME concerts at the same time and save. More info>