Sunday 22 July 2018  |  2:30PM


Showcasing the wealth of exceptional talent to have been shaped by the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) during its rich 21-year history, ANAM Artists brings together a handful of alumni each year, promoting their achievements in a national series of recitals across the country.

Ensemble Peregrine comes together exclusively for this tour, gathering the principal wind players from several of the world’s major orchestras. The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Jack Schiller (Principal Bassoon) and Thomas Hutchinson (Associate Principal Oboe) will be joined by Alex Morris (Principal Clarinet, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra) and Andrew Young (Associate Principal Horn, Orchestra Philharmonie Luxembourg) for this exciting program, a mix of established and modern classics. The quintet is capped off with one of Australia’s leading freelance pianists and répétiteurs, Gladys Chua.

Thomas Hutchinson | oboe
Alex Morris | clarinet
Jack Schiller | bassoon
Andrew Young | Horn
Gladys Chua | piano


Olivier Messiaen: Appel Instellaire for Solo Horn from Des Canyons aux étoiles... (1974)

Francis Poulenc: Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano, Op.43 (1928)

Heinz Holliger: Quintet for Winds and Piano (1989)


Paul Stanhope: Morning Star II (1993)

W.A. Mozart: Quinet in E flat major for Piano and Winds, K.452 (1784)

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