2020 EVENTS

 

Inventi Play PdeJ - Portrait 4
Sat, Sep 19
Online event via our Youtube channel
Sep 19, 2:00 PM GMT+10
Online event via our Youtube channel
FREE BROADCAST - Inventi Ensemble presents the world premiere of a new work by acclaimed Australian composer, Peter de Jager.
Inventi's Online Music Space - 'Move to Music!'
Wed, Sep 30
Online Event via zoom
Sep 30, 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM GMT+10
Online Event via zoom
Move to Music! explores the ways we can move our bodies to different types of music. Meet the musicians over Zoom and have a dance in your living room as they make music fun and engaging for kids.
Inventi's Online Music Space - 'Animal Antics'
Wed, Sep 30
Online event via zoom
Sep 30, 11:40 AM – 12:15 PM GMT+10
Online event via zoom
Animal Antics! is a fun, interactive workshop featuring a whole host of animals represented by music. Turn your house into a musical zoo. Which instrument is the elephant? Which is a fluttery bird? Join us to find out!
Inventi's Carnival Online - Meet the Musicians!
Fri, Oct 02
Online event via zoom
Oct 02, 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM GMT+10
Online event via zoom
Join us for this special 'Meet the Musicians' event. We will be hosting a chat with the members of Inventi Ensemble. Bring your instrument and ask them all about their music. For young people aged 5 to 8.
Inventi Play PdeJ - Portrait 5
Sat, Oct 03
Online event via our YouTube channel
Oct 03, 2:00 PM GMT+10
Online event via our YouTube channel
FREE BROADCAST - Inventi Ensemble presents the world premiere of a new work by acclaimed Australian composer, Peter de Jager.

We regret to advise that all physical concerts until the end of September have been cancelled due to coronavirus circumstances.  We will provide further updates regarding future concerts in the coming months. 

Streaming Through COVID

We have continued sharing our music with the Inventi community via a series of online events! Keep reading to find out more and keep a close eye on our website, Facebook and Instagram pages for more upcoming opportunities to listen and create music with us!

Inventi Ensemble's Online Music Space -

Over three consecutive weekends, Inventi Ensemble along with a number of guest artists, presented free interactive concerts for children (aged 3-7) and their families, hosted by music education expert Clare Zabrowarny.  These concerts were filled with an abundance of laughter, singing, dancing and music-making.

Musical Dances (22/8) - Children had the opportunity to get up and dance along with their newly learnt Irish dance and tap steps, taught by violist Merewyn Bramble.  This was accompanied by the music of Melissa Doecke's dancing flute.

Lullabies (29/8) - lulled to sleep by the beautiful melodies of Nat Bartsch and the peaceful harp and oboe duo (Ben Opie and Marshall McGuire), families began their weekend with a sense of calm.

Musical Storytime (5/9) - Bringing out the characters in their instruments, violinist Clare Zabrowarny was joined by the animal sounds of Emma Sullivan's energetic double bass playing and Adrian Tamburini, whose fantastic voice brought to life the stories of his favourite operas.

Inventi plays PdeJ

Helping our Inventi community through lockdown, the weekly release of Peter de Jager's 'Five Inventi Portrait Solos,' makes for exciting listening in isolation. Each portrait is recorded as a solo work in the musician's home and was written with the intention to also be played as a chamber work, when Inventi are able to safely play together again. We are proud that we are able to create opportunities for musicians in this challenging time in our industry. Each piece is personalised to the player, with Peter basing his compositions around the spirit of each individual.  We can't wait for you to hear the final portraits, with two more weeks of excitement to come!

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Click the links below to find the first three portraits

'Micro-Sonata' for solo cello played by Paul Zabrowarny

'Shadow Curve' for solo flute played by Melissa Doecke

'Funeral March' for solo viola played by Henry Justo