Canberra Wind Symphony: Why March?
A journey through one of the most beloved styles of music for the large ensemble; the “March”. In this first instalment for 2016, Canberra’s newest 40-piece orchestra takes you from the thrilling textural genius of Percy Grainger to the pompous splendour of Elgar, the “very British” sounds of Kenneth Alford, the “March King” himself American John Philip Sousa, and into sheer virtuosity from the pens of Australians Arthur Gullidge and Joe Cook.
|When||Friday 18.3 at 7.30PM|
|Where||The Street Theatre|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.