Sound Shell and Windsong Concerts | Program

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Sunday 21 April

Morning yoga 2
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Bermagui Surf Club
8.30 – 9.30am Peaceful, relaxing and hypnotic original compositions will inspire calm and focus in a truly immersive musical experience. The music will be performed live by one of Australia’s most loved and awarded composers Elena Kats-Chernin – performing on piano – as well as shakuhachi Master Riley Lee and saxophonist Christina Leonard. With ocean vistas and expert guidance, flow through the morning in a yoga session that invigorates the soul. Class is suitable for all levels. Please bring a mat with you. Featuring: Elena Kats-Chernin (piano), Riley Lee (shakuhachi), Christina Leonard (saxophone); Julieta Mateo (yoga teacher)
Windsong Concert 3
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Windsong Pavilion
9.30 – 11.30am Start your day with a sublime morning of Early Music performed by Dame Emma Kirkby and Jakob Lindberg in the intimate setting of the Windsong Pavilion. Riley Lee and Alex Henery will then join Emma and Jakob for a conversation with Four Winds Artistic Director, James Crabb. Be sure to arrive early for coffee and hot cross buns!
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A Musical Banquet…
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Sigismondo D’India (c. 1582-1629):
Sfere fermate le giri sonori
Tu parti, ahi lasso
Piangono al pianger mio
La tra’l sangue e le morti
Amico hai vinto
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Lute solos: Prelude, Gaillarde du Comte Essex – Nicolas Vallet (c 1583-c. 1642)
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Michel Lambert (1610-1696):
Vous ne sçauriez mes yeux
Ombre de mon amant
Jugez de ma douleur
Iris n’est plus
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Lute solos: Toccata, Ciaccona mariona alla vera spagnola – Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638)
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Barbara Strozzi (1619-1649):
Sete pur fastidioso
L’Amante segreto
Featuring: Dame Emma Kirkby (soprano) and Jakob Lindberg (lute)
Interval
Henry Lawes (1595-1662):
Tavola
The Lark
O let me groan
See, see my Cloris comes
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Lute solos: Aire, Almain, Courante, Sarabande – William Lawes (1602-45)
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John Blow (1649-1708):
If mighty wealth
Peacefulis he and most secure
The self banished
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Lute solos: Cebell, A New Irish Measure, A New Scottish Measure A New Ground, Hornpipe – Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
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Henry Purcell (1659-1695):
Lovely Albina
O lead me to some peaceful gloom
Dear pretty youth
Free Pop-Up 5
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Eastwood’s Deli and Cooking School
10.30 – 11am Juliet and Zosha (guitar and vocals)
Beethoven in the Bush
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Sound Shell
1 – 4pm The Five Elements Riley Lee (shakuhachi), Enigma Quartet
Misra Chappu – composed by Lisa Young
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Za-Ee-Ah – composed by Lisa Young
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Palani Princess – composed by Jacqueline Gawler
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All The Wild Wonders – composed by Sue Johnson
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A Whole New Way of Getting Dressed – composed by Gabrielle MacGregor
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Tha Thin Tha – composed by Lisa Young
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Chanson Pour Anaïs – composed by Jacqueline Gawler
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Other Plans – composed by Lisa Young
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The Gift – composed by Lisa Young
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Ah Zumbeh – composed by Lisa Young
Coco’s Lunch
Ludwig van Beethoven – Coriolan Ouverture op.62 Stefan Vladar (conductor/piano), Festival Orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven – Piano Concerto no. 3 in C Minor op.37 Stefan Vladar (conductor/piano), Festival Orchestra
Free Pop-Up 6
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The River Rock Café
5 – 5.30pm Emma Piccione and Liam Wooding (saxophone and piano)
After Dark performance
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Bermagui Surf Club
6 – 10pm A Folk Session with Malumba and Friends – Following the success of Malumba’s album launch at the Four Winds Windsong Pavilion in February 2019, the group returns to present ‘The Passage’ prior to a fun-filled folk session. This gig will begin with music from Malumba who may be joined by Festival artists…. After a short break Malumba and our very own James Crabb will lead a folk-session which anyone can join in with – so bring your instrument! Food and drinks are available for purchase at this family-friendly event. Malumba and Friends

(*) Our program on Sunday is preceded by a recital in the Windsong Pavilion by acclaimed British Soprano Dame Emma Kirby and Swedish Lutenist Jakob Lindberg who will perform a program of intimate renaissance vocal music, followed by a conversation between James Crabb, Emma Kirkby, Riley Lee and Alex Henery.