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Museum of Contemporary Art

Ode: Sonata Project

Thursday 16 January 2020 (opening 6:30 PM)

at MCA ( venue info )
140 George St, The Rocks, Sydney NSW
mca.com.au

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General admission $78.05
MCA Member $62.75
Concession $62.75

Piano recital featuring Bernadette Harvey
Be mesmerised by Cornelia Parker’s installation War Room (2015) in this monumental fusion of sound and colour.

Come to the MCA after hours to experience a concert by internationally acclaimed pianist Bernadette Harvey inside the Cornelia Parker exhibition. This concert program responds to the artist’s thought-provoking installation, War Room (2015), and its themes of violence and transformation. A highlight of the concert will be the world premiere of the new piano sonata, Ode, by Sydney composer Peggy Polias, commissioned for Harvey’s ongoing Sonata Project.

The Sonata Project is a re-creation for modern audiences of a 19th-century salon concert, known for stunning performances and settings. Conceived and performed by international soloist and chamber musician Bernadette Harvey, the Sonata Project is an ongoing commissioning and performance program of new large-scale Australian works for solo pianists.

This special event is presented in conjunction with the Cornelia Parker exhibition. Supported by the Sonata Project, the MCA and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. With special thanks to Dr Donald Hollier, who has composed a new work for this event.

Details of entry

  • Late arrivals: Doors will be locked at 6:30pm sharp. Late-comers will be admitted during a suitable break in the performance.
  • Age restrictions: This event is not suitable for children under 10 years.
Image: Cornelia Parker, War Room, 2015. Installation view, The Whitworth, The University of Manchester, 2015. Perforated paper negatives left over from production of remembrance poppies. Image courtesy the artist, The Whitworth, The University of Manchester and Frith Street Gallery, London © David Levene, 2019. Photograph: David Levene

All Ages