Recitals in the Great Hall 2015

Sunday 26 April, 3.30pm ANZAC Memories

Celebrate the ANZAC Centenary weekend in the Quadrangle.

The War Memorial Carillon, given by public donation, was dedicated to the fallen students and staff of World War I on ANZAC Day, 1928.

On Sunday 26 April, there will be a double musical celebration with a carillon recital at 2pm and an organ recital at 3.30pm, featuring music with ANZAC themes.

(Please note that the Carillon will also participate in the Dawn Service on Saturday 25 April, on its 87th birthday, and at which the World Premier of a piece commissioned by the University for the Centenary of ANZAC Day will be played).

Performers include:

  • Amy Johansen, Organ
  • Phill O'Neill, Trumpet
  • Kurt Ison, Baritone
  • Emily Ampt, Soprano
March Heroïque   Sir Herbert Brewer (1865-1928)
For the Fallen   

Soprano and organ

Douglas Guest (1916-1996)

Abide with Me/The Last Post 

Trumpet and organ

God Bless Australia

Baritone and organ

Lyrics Jack O’Hagan
Waltzing Matilda for four feet

Organ duet with Robert Ampt

Robert Ampt (b. 1949)
Elegy   Sir George Thalben-Ball (1896-1987)
The Dam Busters March

Trumpet and organ

Eric Coates (1886-1957)
Australia, my country              

Baritone and organ

Lyrics Dorothea McKellar, Music William James (1892-1977)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1   Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)

Sunday 7 June, 3.30pm

Music for oboe and organ
Amy Johansen with Celia Craig, oboe

Sunday 23 August, 3.30pm

Sarah Kim (Australia, France)

Sunday 4 October, 3.30pm

Kids' Open Day: Carillon and Organ
Come along and try the University's two largest instruments.

Sunday 8 November, 3.30pm

Glebe Music Festival
Czech Philharmonic Children's Choir

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