11 October 2011

Fringe concert 3 - 2012

Siobhan Owen
Sunday 18 March 2012
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2.30pm Concert at St Mary Magdalene's Church
Moore Street Adelaide

Haunting and delicate blend of classical and Celtic music

Siobhan Owen, classical singer/harpist
18 year old Siobhan was born in Wales with Welsh and Irish heritage. Siobhan completed a Diploma of Classical Music (Voice) at Adelaide University's Elder Conservatorium in 2010, and is now studying towards a Bachelor of Music Education (Classical voice).
For this concert Siobhan presents a program of classical songs as well as traditional Celtic music with her harp.

  • Little Welsh Home (W. Glyn Williams)
  • Suo Gan (Trad Arr Arwel Hughes)
  • An Eriskay Love Lilt (Trad Arr Siobhan Owen)
  • In a Garden So Green (Trad Arr Siobhan Owen)
  • Gartan Mother's Lullaby (Trad)
  • She Moved Through the Fair (Trad Arr Siobhan Owen)
  • Dafydd y Garreg Wen (Trad Arr Siobhan Owen)
  • Ei Di'r Deryn Du (Trad)
  • My Lagan Love (Trad Arr Meinier Heulyn)
  • If I Were a Blackbird (Trad)
  • The Rose (Amanda McBroom)

Anna Cooper, flute
Anna Cooper

Anna Cooper is a flute student at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, studying with Elizabeth Koch. Anna has performed in numerous masterclasses with both International and Australian artists and has won awards in South Australia and interstate. She has been principal flautist with the Adelaide and Sydney Youth Orchestras and with her love of chamber and orchestral music is hoping to play with professional orchestras in the future.

  • Sonata in A minor for solo flute (CPE Bach)
  • Sonata for flute and piano (Francis Poulenc)
  • Grand Polonaise in D major (Theobald Boehm)
$15 adults / $10 concession
Tickets from FringeTix

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