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BELONGING – Momentum Ensemble from Australian Youth Orchestra

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Meet Momentum Ensemble, a group of dynamic orchestral performers, all graduates of the Australian Youth Orchestra. These musicians are future leaders of the music world and are committed to using their skills to share a diverse range of musical styles with communities throughout Australia.

In this performance at Spring Bay Mill, Momentum Ensemble collaborates with celebrated conductor Ariel Zuckermann to present BELONGING; a 70-minute journey through a series of short atmospheric works inspired by the landscape and transporting you to an extraordinary moment in time. The concert features a piece for orchestra and film by Lachlan Skipworth and photographer Greg Barrett especially commissioned for the ensemble and concludes with a unique arrangement of Mussorgsky’s famous orchestral suite Pictures at an Exhibition.

General admission is free – however ticket bookings are essential to attend.

Concert Program
GIFFORD (arr Wells) Bardju
POTTER Belonging and Longing to Be
SKIPWORTH Avem Asperitas
MUSSORGSKY (arr Yu) Pictures at an Exhibition

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