REINVIGORATING THE CLASSICS AND INVENTING THE MUSIC OF NOW
Inventi Ensemble acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the unceded lands on which we live, learn and share our music. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
TWO NEW ALBUMS RELEASED 20 NOV 2020
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INVENTI ENSEMBLE II: WOMEN OF THE EARTH
Inventi II: Women of the Earth features four commissions from 2017-2019, with two works each from extraordinary Australian female composers, Dr Melody Eötvös and Caerwen Martin. Each commission has a specific story, from the inspiration of stunning stained glass windows in the St John’s Anglican Church in Flinders, Victoria (Women of the Earth) to creating works specifically for touring aged care facilities (Street of the Four Winds). The works showcase the virtuosity of both composer and ensemble.
INVENTI ENSEMBLE III: PEER GYNT
Inventi III: Peer Gynt breathes new life into the fascinating adventure of Edvard Grieg’s
Peer Gynt. The rich and expansive score for quintet was arranged by Inventi’s Glynn Davies, offering an innovative twist to classic tunes including Morning Mood and In the Hall of the Mountain King. The inimitable Ed Ayres narrates the epic and absurd tale of adventure with humour, tenderness and tragedy.
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SUPPORT OUR AGED CARE CONCERTS AROUND AUSTRALIA
We are so excited to be continuing our aged care work by performing online and in person concerts at centres all around Australia! We're so grateful to the Australia Council for the Arts for their incredible support of this work which will allow us to perform over 100 concerts over the next two years!
The Australia Council funding covers the majority of the concert costs but not the entire amount so if you'd like to support our aged care work, please click the button below to donate.
Thank you in advance for your support!
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.