***NEW TIME*** ANAM Recital: Jeremy Mazurek (trombone)

Please note - this performance was originally advertised to commence at 1.30pm. Due to unforseen circumstances this performance will now commence at 2pm. 

As a musician’s instrumental proficiency develops, so too does their artistic taste and temperament. Each ANAM musician’s recital is a snapshot in time - simultaneously summarising their year of training and revealing glimpses of their future selves. What music excites them? What do they want to communicate? How does their art help them understand the world better? Experience the unique and intimate points of view of each musician individually in this recital series. Hear what the next generation of virtuosi have to say, and how.

In 2024 the ANAM Set is back in a special iteration. Musicians in their 3rd year of training present a specially commissioned work as part of their recital program.

A stirring exploration into the dramatic and characterful side of the trombone.

"The program opens with the stirring emotions of Brahms' cello sonata, transcribed for the trombone, captivating listeners with its rich melodies and poignant harmonies. William Bolcom's trombone concerto follows, a dynamic display of virtuosity and rhythmic complexity, demonstrating the trombones prowess as a solo instrument. Aaron Wyatt's new work, "Lux Aeterna", for trombone and live electronics, offers a moment of introspection and ethereal beauty, transporting listeners to a realm of serene tranquility. Finally, the unexpected delight of Strauss II's "Die Fledermaus" Overture, arranged for trombone, trumpet, and piano, injects a dash of whimsy and humour into the recital, leaving the audience exhilarated and uplifted. This recital program is a celebration of the trombones versatility and potential, offering a unique and memorable experience for all who attend."
- Jeremy Mazurek

Johannes BRAHMS Cello Sonata 
 Trombone Concerto
Aaron WYATT Lux Aeterna (world premiere, commissioned as part of the ANAM Set)
Johann STRAUSS II Arrangement of the Overture from Die Fledermaus 

Jeremy Mazurek (WA) trombone
Louisa Breen (Associate Faculty) piano 
Sarah Louise Brown (guest) trumpet

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For this event, tickets booked in advance are offered on a "pay what you wish" basis. In addition to a Standard price, we offer the option of paying A Little Extra for those who would like to contribute a little more, as well as the option of paying A Little LessRead more about the change here.

If you are booking over the phone, simply tell us your preferred ticket price. Tickets purchased at the door will be available at the Standard price and are subject to availability.

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