Cage & Zappa

Spend your Saturday evening with us as we serve up something a little different to accompany this exhilarating concert - a live podcast and dinner boxes by Goldilocks Lunchbox.

Selections from John Cage’s magical Sonatas and Interludes for prepared piano, inspired by the composer’s study of Indian philosophy and aesthetic, provide a dreamlike prelude to an evening of virtuosic music for piano, under the fervent direction of Michael Kieran Harvey. The later half of the program opens with keyboard music by Frank Zappa’s 18th century Italian namesake and includes selections from Harvey’s 48 Fugues for Frank, his exhilarating homage to Frank Zappa.

CAGE Sonatas and Interludes - selections
CAGE Amores

Dinner break

FRANCESCO ZAPPA Trio Sonata no. 3
ZAPPA Ruth is Sleeping
ZAPPA The Black Page
HARVEY 48 Fugues for Frank - selections
ZAPPA G-Spot Tornado

Michael Kieran Harvey piano
Timothy Young piano
Peter Neville percussion
ANAM Musicians 

During the hour long dinner break, join ANAM Alumni Luke Carbon and Kenny Keppel as they produce a live version of their Up-Bow Down-Low podcast with special guests Michael Kieran Harvey, Peter Neville and Jeannie Marsh.

PLUS: grab a gourmet Goldilocks dinner box for $20 to enjoy as you watch the podcast. Limited dinner boxes will be available on the night so to ensure you don't miss out, pre-order* by calling us on 03 9645 7911 with your preferred option:

 - Middle Eastern Grain Salad: brown rice, quinoa, roast pumpkin, carrot, sweet potato, cauliflower, red peppers, fresh herbs, orange, toasted almonds and moroccan spices. Served with Roast Chicken
 - House made dip and pita chips 
 - Vanilla bean poached pears with caramelised syrup  

OPTION 2: THE DEVONSHIRE (GF option available for pre-order only)
 - Baguette with avocado smash, vintage cheddar, citrus fresh herbs, cherry tomatoes and wild rocket
 - Fresh berries
 - Scones with raspberry jam and whipped rose cream

*payment to be made at time of pre-order

This performance is generously supported by Helen Brack

Image by Peter Mathew


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