Insiders' Guide: Mother Tongue

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ANAM alumna Stefanie Farrands studied with Tabea Zimmermann in Berlin and is currently Principal Viola of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. In 2016 Stefanie won the Freedman Fellowship, dedicating her prize to commissioning new works by Australian composers. One of these commissions is Yitzhak Yedid’s Mother Tongue – an urgent new work for two violas inspired by the lost language of the Barngarla Aboriginal community. Linguist Ghil’ad Zuckermann will offer insightful commentary on the themes Yedid explores in this music.

YITZHAK YEDID Mother Tongue

Tabea Zimmermann viola
Stefanie Farrands viola (ANAM alumna 2010)
Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann linguist


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