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2014

SOUTHERN CROSS SOLOISTS SEASON 2014


INTRODUCING THE SOUTHERN CROSS SOLOISTS An internationally successful ensemble based in Brisbane, the Southern Cross Soloists have helped set the benchmark for Australian chamber music since 1995. The Soloists have earned a well-deserved reputation for artistic excellence and continue to surprise and delight audiences with their constantly evolving repertoire and ever-changing annual programs. An ensemble of individually talented and collectively powerful musicians, the Soloists come together to create something special and very much ‘in the moment’ each time they perform. The informal, ‘up-close-and-personal’ performance style perfected by the Soloists creates an intimate, inviting and deeply engaging experience. Company in residence at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre for five years, the Soloists enjoy a busy schedule of national performances, while continuing to develop Australian chamber music talent through the award-winning Winter Music School regional education program. Their international touring has taken the ensemble through the Asia-Pacific and into North America. Added to the Soloists’ annual program of flagship events – including the esteemed Bangalow Music Festival – the ensemble seeks to incorporate new and innovative work every season. Special guest musicians, unique cross-art form collaborations and a fluid repertoire are key elements in the Soloists’ perpetually fresh and inventive programs. Despite the ensemble’s considerable success and critical acclaim, the Soloists approach each performance as a unique opportunity to make a meaningful and lasting impression on the people that matter – audience members. Captivating audiences with music that is truly alive, the Soloists deliver exciting, enriching and uplifting performances that never disappoint.

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MESSAGE FROM HER EXCELLENCY MS QUENTIN BRYCE AC ACO Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia As Patron of the Southern Cross Soloists, I have witnessed the ensemble’s impressive artistic growth and dynamic evolution across the years. As an audience member, I have experienced first-hand the Soloist’s transfixing performance style and uniquely engaging delivery. It is from both these perspectives that I am once again looking forward to another stellar season. The Soloists have succeeded in striking a consistent and careful balance between broad audience appeal and artistic excellence. It is this ability to respond and adapt, while stretching and extending their musical abilities, that keeps the ensemble at the forefront of their craft and a perennial favourite among loyal subscribers and new audiences alike. Our Soloists are a much-love local talent in their home state, Queensland, an equally lauded fixture on the national stage, and a highly-regarded international export. In this latter role, they continue to put the spotlight firmly on Australian chamber music and the depth and breadth of our country’s significiant creative capabilities. The ensemble’s commitment to promoting an inventive classical and contemporary repertoise at home and abroad makes it a valuable and worthy ambassador of chamber music in all its forms. For this ongoing contribution – to the art, and to their audiences – I thank the Soloists. I invite you to show our appreciation for their considerable efforts and enormous talent in 2014.

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Fluid. Fresh. Inventive.

OUR JOURNEY Leaving Brisbane in 1988 to live in the big smoke of London, I was sad that it wasn’t possible to have it all. That is, to live in a beautiful place like Brisbane but still be able to experience daily the vibrant, inspiring arts scene of a European capital city. Little did I know that this would be completely possible – if I just waited 20 years or so! No need to live in a dingy London flat eating tomato soup just so I could hear a jaw-dropping virtuoso or feel the thrill of experiencing cutting-edge, world-class performers. Brisbane has not only grown up but is bursting at the seams with arts and live performance. As a musician this makes it one heck of a great place to live! This is our vision for the Southern Cross Soloists: to offer world-class chamber music in the heart of Brisbane, bringing excellence to our city, state and country. But in true Aussie fashion, we do it ‘our way’ and in true SxS signature style. Fresh, innovative programmes, larrikin banter with the audience, captivating audiences with up-close and personal performances in first-class venues with exhilarating guest soloists – that’s what sets us apart. It’s the X factor, chambermusic style. In 2014 expect to share more of this thrilling journey with us. From our annual pilgrimage to the Bangalow Festival to the intimate setting of our concert series at QPAC, there will be something for everyone, delivered in a relaxed, inviting style.

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We present Bangalow favourites this time at QPAC, including international guest soloists: tenor Alexander Lewis and violin virtuoso Ilya Konovalov. James Crabb will charm as ‘pied piper meets classical accordion’, and actors from the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble will delight with their deliciously naughty commentary by Shakespeare on the human condition called ‘love’. New friendships will be formed with Southern Cross Soloists appearing for the first time with Expressions Dance Company on stage in Natalie Weir’s new ballet, The Red Shoes in July, while young aspiring musicians from all over Queensland will descend on Rockhampton to start taking a journey of their own at the Southern Cross Soloists Winter Music School. We will also be touring with concerts in Redlands, Sydney and Toowoomba, plus Bangalow and the Northern NSW region. So as I look out my window to sunny and fun-loving Brisbane, I am appreciative that we can live in the most beautiful city in the world and have exciting music and arts at our fingertips. Some of you (our audience) have been coming to our performances for nearly 20 years, while others came for the first time in 2013 and were immediately hooked… Whether you are friends old or new, I look forward to seeing you in 2014! Tania Frazer Creative Director, Southern Cross Soloists


THE 2014 SEASON ‘INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER MUSIC IN THE HEART OF BRISBANE’ The 2014 season finds inspiration in many of the most scandalous legends of literature, real and imaginary: Shakespeare, Faust and Til Eulenspiegel. This season also welcomes virtuoso international artists Alexander Lewis, Ilya Konovalov and James Crabb to join Southern Cross Soloists. A musical feast, the QPAC season features world premiere performances of two new Australian works commissioned especially for the ensemble’s 2014 series.

YEAR AT A GLANCE March 15

Opening of Tweed Regional Gallery, Margaret Olley Exhibition

March 28

Redlands Performing Arts Centre

March 30

Kiss me, Katharina, QPAC Concert 1

April

Bangalow programme launch, Bangalow and Sydney

May

Project Week Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University

June 15

Virtuoso, QPAC Concert 2

July July 18–26

Southern Cross Soloists Winter Music School, Rockhampton The Red Shoes, Expressions Dance Company, QPAC

QPAC CONCERT SERIES March 30

Concert 1: Kiss Me, Katharina Alexander Lewis, Rob Pensalfini and Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble

June 15

Concert 2: Virtuoso Ilya Konovalov

October 26

Concert 3: Travels of a Trickster James Crabb

BANGALOW KEY DATES End January

Early Bird subscription tickets on sale

Early April

Full-price Subscription tickets and official programme launch

Late June

Single tickets on sale

August 14

Festival Prelude

August 15–17 Bangalow Music Festival

August 15–17 Bangalow Music Festival October 1

Twilight Series Toowoomba

October 17

Sydney Mozart Society

October 26

Travels of a Trickster, QPAC Concert 3

“Southern Cross Soloists is a remarkable group of Australian musicians whose unique interpretations breathe fresh life into classical repertoire. Their concert seasons offer an array of familiar classics and world premieres, masterfully showcasing the talents of the individuals of the ensemble. QPAC is committed to ensuring that as many people as possible are able to experience our ensemble in residence.” John Kotzas – Chief Executive, Queensland Performing Arts Centre

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ALEXANDER LEWIS TENOR 6


QPAC PRESENTS

‘KISS ME, KATHARINA’ Works influenced by Shakespeare’s comedies exploring the art of seduction, including the famously witty love-hate relationship between Katharina and Petruchio in the Taming of the Shrew. A sharp-tongued and quick-tempered independent woman and a boisterous scoundrel out to marry into wealth… the more they fight, the more they belong together. Enjoy the sublime voice of Australian tenor Alexander Lewis as he joins Southern Cross Soloists in a delightful afternoon of music combined with the tongue-in-cheek wit of the greatest of comic writers, William Shakespeare. Alexander Lewis, tenor Actors of the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble Rob Pensalfini, Director English Arias and Interludes Purcell Addison JC Smith Linley Chilcott Arne

The Fairy Queen Oh Mistress Mine You spotted Snake Lawn as white as driven snow Orpheus and his lute Sigh no more ladies

Chausson

Two scenes from The Tempest Op 18 (La Tempete)

Tutty

Taming of the Shrew – World Premiere

Porter

Kiss Me, Kate

Australian tenor Alexander Lewis is a graduate of The Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. Alexander was featured in the Met’s Summer Parks Concert Series and also appeared in LYADP productions as Vasek in The Bartered Bride, conducted by Maestro James Levine, and Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte, conducted by Maestro Alan Gilbert. A graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Alexander has numerous musical theatre credits including George in Sunday in the Park with George for the Victorian Opera Company, Anthony in Sweeney Todd for Opera Australia and Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera.

Rob Pensalfini, Artistic Director of the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble (QSE) is an actor, director, musician and a teacher of voice, acting and linguistics. He received a PhD in theoretical linguistics from MIT in 1997, and has taught and published in the field of linguistics through the Universities of Chicago and Queensland. Rob is currently lecturer in linguistics and drama at the University of Queensland and a junior text teacher at Shakespeare and Company (Massachusetts). One of the founders of QSE, Rob directed the company’s first full production, As You Like It. In 2003 he played the title character in Coriolanus and in 2005, directed The Comedy of Errors to critical acclaim. Other Shakespeare roles include Prospero in The Tempest, Hubert in King John, Feste in Twelfth Night and Launce in Two Gentlemen of Verona.

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QPAC PRESENTS

‘VIRTUOSO’ Violin virtuoso Ilya Konovalov has wowed audiences at Bangalow with his luscious sound, consummate artistry and dynamic virtuosity. We are pleased to invite him for the first time to be our guest soloist at QPAC. The centrepiece of this concert is inspired by literary legend Faust in Weiniawski’s Faust Fantasy, plus other works performed with the popular international violin virtuoso and first concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic. Enjoy the world premiere of a new piece written especially for the Southern Cross Soloists by leading Australian jazz/classical composer Mark Isaacs. Ilya Konovalov, violin Handel

Overture, Recitative, Aria from Il Deliro Amoroso (Cantata HWV 99)

Weiniawski

Faust Fantasy

Shostakovich

Three Romances on Verses of Alexander Blok

Prokofiev

Love of Three Oranges Suite

Isaacs

New Work – World Premiere

Waxman

Carmen Fantasy

Ilya Konovalov was born into a musical family in Novosibirsk (USSR) in 1977 and studied with famed teachers Professor Zakhar Bron and Professor Dora Schwarzberg at the Vienna Academy of Music. A prizewinner at the Wieniawski International Violin Competition, Ilya has performed all over the world as a soloist, chamber musician and Concertmaster with the London Symphony Orchestra and Kirov Orchestra under Valery Gergiev. Since 1997, Ilya has been the chief Concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta and the first violinist of the Israel Philharmonic String Quartet. Ilya regularly appears as a soloist and chamber musician at festivals round the world including Young Artists in Concert in Davos Switzerland, Schubertiaden Music Festival in Germany, Haifa Music Festival, Dreiklang Festival in Gemany, Verbier Festival Switzerland and the Bangalow Music Festival in Australia.

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ILYA KONOVALOV VIOLIN 9


JAMES CRABB CLASSICAL ACCORDION

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QPAC PRESENTS

‘TRAVELS OF A TRICKSTER’ Music that follows the travels and misadventures of German Folklore hero, Til Eulenspiegel, through Germany, Italy and Bohemia. In this lighthearted tale, Til Eulenspiegel’s rogue pranks and mischief-making see his life start from an innocent ‘once upon a time’ through to his end in the gallows. For the first time, the Southern Cross Soloists will collaborate with internationally renowned classical accordion player, James Crabb, in this program of adventures from around the world. James Crabb, classical accordion Vivaldi

Il Proteo ò sia mondo al rovescio RV 572 (“Proteus, The World Turned Upside-Down”)

Dvorák

Bagatelles and Gypsy Songs Op 55 My Song of Love The Woods are Silent The Cliffs of Tatra

Tiensuu

Fantango/Tango Lunaire

Ravel

Greek Songs

Martinu

Oboe Quartet

Strauss

Til Eulenspiegel

Weill

Youkali - Tango Habanera

Piazzolla (arr. Crabb)

Libertango

Scottish born James Crabb is one of the world’s leading ambassadors of the classical accordion. He studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen, where he subsequently held a professorship for 15 years and was also a guest professor at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Graz, Austria. Recent highlights include conducting and performing in Victorian Opera’s production of Maria de Buenos Aires (Piazzolla), Stravinsky’s Petrushka with the Tero Saarinen Dance Company in Europe and Asia, Gubaidulina’s 7 Words with the BBC Symphony, a Victorian tour with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, performances at the Peasmarsh Festival, England, with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and Brett Dean in a new Accordion/Viola duo presentation and a collaboration with Opera Queensland on a new project entitled Abandon, based on the music of Handel.

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BANGALOW MUSIC FESTIVAL AUGUST 15–17, 2014 ‘THE PERFECT HOLIDAY EXPERIENCE’ Totally immerse yourself in a thrilling experience with world-class musicians joining together to produce captivating chamber music in this tiny corner of paradise. One of the most beautiful regions of Australia, Bangalow is situated in the luscious hinterland of Northern NSW. A weekend at the Bangalow Music Festival will provide a holiday with everything you could ever need: food, entertainment, charming environment, lifestyle, relaxation and inspiration. The best holiday experience possible. / Leading International and Australian musicians / Breathtaking music-making and performance / Opportunity to be up close and personal with soloists / Beautiful hinterland heritage town / Take a drive along picturesque winding roads through the hinterland / Huge range of accommodation – from 5-star hotels to B&Bs / Farmer’s market quality produce and locally made gourmet products / Top restaurants, cafes, pubs – a foodies’ paradise / Locally grown and roasted coffee – a caffeine lover’s delight / Leisurely Saturday and Sunday big breakfasts / Potter around lifestyle shops, all in a small, easily walkable area / Beautiful clothes, jewelry, home wares, unusual trinkets of top artisan quality, one-of-a kind objects, treasured presents / Close to Byron Bay – visit the Lighthouse to see dolphins and whales and make the most of Byron’s beautiful beaches For tickets and enquires contact: manager@southernxsoloists.com, or 07 3844 7260 (0455 176 492)

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SOUTHERN CROSS SOLOISTS WINTER MUSIC SCHOOL, ROCKHAMPTON JULY 6–12, 2014 ROCKHAMPTON GIRLS GRAMMAR SCHOOL A strong belief in music education underpins all Southern Cross Soloists activities. No event characterises the company’s passion for education more than the Southern Cross Soloists Winter Music School held annually in Rockhampton Queensland. Winner of the 2009 APRA/Australian Music Centre Classical Music Award for its ‘Contribution to Australian Music in Education’, the school enables students from across regional Queensland to work with some of Australia’s finest classical music pedagogues. The school provides students with an opportunity to experience the standards required to pursue a career in music. Past students now hold places in professional orchestras, leading tertiary music institutions and the Australian Youth Orchestra. Artistic Director: Louise King Contact: manager@southernxsoloists.com with enquiries or apply online at www.southernxsoloists.com

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THE SOUTHERN CROSS SOLOISTS

Tania Frazer OBOE Creative Director Tania Frazer, formerly Principal Oboe with the Israel Symphony Orchestra and the Australian Chamber Orchestra, enjoys a busy career as a soloist and teacher. A recipient of numerous prizes and awards, Tania won first prize at the Coleman International Competition in Los Angeles, the Queen Elizabeth Silver Jubilee Award in London and has appeared in orchestras all over the world under conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Valery Gergiev, Lorin Maazel, Christoph Eschenbach, Neemi J채rvi and Sir Neville Marriner.

Margaret Schindler SOPRANO Lyric soprano Margaret Schindler, a Senior Lecturer at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, is a nationally recognised teacher who is also in great demand as a recitalist, particularly for her performances of Baroque and contemporary repertoire. Margaret has appeared as a soloist with orchestras in Australia and Europe.

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Paul Dean CLARINET Clarinetist and Artistic Director Laureate Paul Dean is the Artistic Director of the Australian National Academy of Music and is in much demand as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player. He regularly appears at both Australian and international music festivals and has appeared as a soloist with most of the major orchestras and chamber ensembles in Australia.

Patrick Murphy CELLO Cellist Patrick Murphy is Cello Performance Fellow at the University of Queensland School of Music. Prior to this he was Lecturer in Cello at the University of Tasmania, Hobart Conservatorium. Patrick was a founding member of the Tankstream Quartet which toured internationally after winning first prize in the 2002 Osaka International Chamber Music Competition, Japan.


Kevin Power PIANO Kevin Power OAM pursues a busy freelance career as a pianist, performing regularly as a soloist, accompanist and chamber musician. He was formerly on the staff of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University and is the Musical Director and Chorus Master of The Queensland Choir.

Alan Smith VIOLIN On his return to Australia after extensive European study, violinist Alan Smith joined the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra as Associate Concertmaster and was later appointed as their Concertmaster. Alan became Concertmaster of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra in 1995. He also is a violin lecturer at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University and often performs as a soloist throughout Australia.

Peter Luff HORN

Emma Sholl FLUTE

On sabbatical for 2014

Guest Associate Artist 2014

Horn player Peter Luff is Senior Lecturer at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, as well as Associate Principal Horn with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. He is highly regarded as a player and teacher throughout Australia while also developing a successful career as a conductor. Peter performed in the inaugural Australian World Orchestra concert in 2011 and is a regular guest lecturer at the Australian National Academy of Music.

Emma Sholl is regarded as one of Australia’s finest flautists. Described as having a “gorgeous honeyed tone” (Sydney Morning Herald), Emma has led a successful and varied career as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician. Associate Principal Flute with the Sydney Symphony, Emma has worked with some of the world’s finest conductors, touring throughout Europe and Asia. In demand as a chamber musician and soloist, Emma has performed in many festivals and as a soloist with the Adelaide, Tasmanian and Sydney Symphony Orchestras.

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HOW TO SUPPORT US The Southern Cross Soloists are committed to achieving international recognition as Australia’s premier chamber ensemble as well as contributing significantly to the re-birth of quality music education throughout Australia. The long-term viability of this not-for-profit organisation depends on the support received from generous donors. Individuals wishing to support the inspired work of the Southern Cross Soloists can make direct, tax-deductible donations via our Donor Program. Larger donations receive ongoing recognition under the following categories: Donation Bronze

$300

Donation Silver

$500

Donation Gold

$1,000

Donation Platinum

$3,000

All donations are publicly acknowledged unless anonymity is requested. Express your passion and support for Southern Cross Soloists via your Subscription Form and receive a discount when purchasing any Southern Cross Soloists’ CD and invitations to exclusive Southern Cross Soloists social functions.

FRIENDS OF SXS COMMISSIONING FUND The commissioning of new work is central to the ongoing success of the company. ‘Friends of SxS Commissioning Fund’ is a major new partnership between the Soloists and our donors to commission new works by Australian composers to be premiered in the coming season.

/ Signed copy of the score / Credit on score / Credit in Program / In-conversation session with the composer / Recognition at the Australian Music Centre in the written commission details about the work For large donations: / Free invitation to world premiere and a CD recording of the live world premiere performance / Exclusive attendance at an open rehearsal of the work / Archival recording Donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

SPONSOR A CONCERT AT BANGALOW Your contribution to the Southern Cross Soloists can be allotted to the production of one of our nine concerts at the Bangalow Music Festival. Each concert is valued at $5,000. Your donation can cover the entire or partial cost of the concert of your choice. Each concert sponsor will receive their name in the Bangalow Music Festival Program as specific concert sponsor; have their name announced before the concert; and be invited to our VIP Dinner at the Festival Prelude.

SPONSOR A MUSICIAN

The fund will pool donations of all amounts towards a specific piece of music. Each donor will receive personal recognition in the commission note on the published score and at the world premiere performance in the program and other benefits listed.

Any one of our 2014 musicians – BMF artist, guest, or core SXS member – can be sponsored. Full musician (or part) sponsorship will cover the costs of travel, rehearsal, and performance fees for the artists’ participation in the 2014 season.

The new fund gives donors the opportunity to experience the joy of being an integral part of the creation of a new work of art and a sense of communal ownership of the piece of music.

Each artist sponsor will receive their name in the program, a picture with the artist, and VIP benefits, such as access to rehearsals.

Generally a new composition costs around $10,000 – no small sum. However, the largest portion of the money goes directly to the composer. By supporting the fund you are directly supporting an artist and contributing to new music in the Australian cultural landscape.

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By supporting the Friends of SxS Commissioning Fund you will receive:

Please indicate your donation on your Subscription Form or by contacting Southern Cross Soloists’ office (07) 3844 7260 or email manager@southernxsoloists.com


QPAC CONCERT SERIES TICKETING INFORMATION GENERAL TICKETING INFORMATION

PACKAGES

Package bookings received over the phone or online are processed immediately. Package bookings received via post are processed in order of receipt. Please allow a minimum of four weeks for receipt of your tickets.

Purchase a ticket package, secure the best seats and save on single ticket prices! Adults 3 concerts $153 2 concerts $108 Senior* 3 concerts $141 2 concerts $100 Concession** 3 concerts $96 2 concerts $68

A transaction fee of $6.20 will be charged per transaction. All sales are final. Refunds are not available once a booking application has been processed. For package bookers, exchanges into another concert in the 2014 series can be made up to 24 hours prior to the concert that the subscriber no longer wishes to attend. Please call 136 246 to arrange an exchange. A $3.40 fee applies per exchange. Single tickets for each concert are available from Tuesday 28 January by calling 136 246 or visiting qpac.com.au. A transaction fee applies to single ticket sales. Patrons are able to purchase additional single tickets when purchasing a package. Please indicate requirements when booking. Wheelchair and disability access is available at all performances. Please advise when booking if required.

TRANSACTION FEE APPLIES.

SINGLE TICKET PRICES Adult Senior* Concession**

$59 $54 $37

* Seniors Card holder ** Pensioner, Centrelink Health Care Card holder and Full-time student with valid Queensland student card

BOARD CHAIR

Concession prices are available for full pensioners, health care card holders and full-time students. Please quote your Government concession number when booking or supply photocopied proof of eligibility. Bookings without adequate proof cannot be processed.

Professor Judith McLean Chair Arts Education QPAC/QUT (Creative Industries)

Seating for all concerts is in numbered, reserved seats in the Concert Hall intimate mode.

Georgia Seffrin

Tickets are subject to availability – book early to avoid disappointment. Group bookings are available from Tuesday 28 January for all concerts, including a special price for school groups. Contact Group Sales on 07 3840 7466 or email groups@qpac.com.au

Tania Frazer Phillipa Birkett Michael Barnes Kevin Power OAM ADMINISTRATION Tania Frazer Jodie Rottle

PARTNERS

Lost tickets can be replaced. Phone 136 246 to arrange a lost ticket voucher. Latecomers will be admitted to the Concert Hall at a suitable break in the performance. Complimentary programs will be available on the day of each concert and issued to patrons upon entry to the Concert Hall. Information in this brochure was correct at time of printing. QPAC and Southern Cross Soloists reserves the right to alter the programs or any other details as necessary.

Southern Cross Soloists is funded by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory board

Southern Cross Soloists Ensemble in Residence Queensland Performing Arts Centre

SUPPORTERS Southern Cross Soloists acknowledge and thanks the following organisations for their generous support:

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SUBSCRIPTION FORM 2014 Bookings can be made at qpac.com.au, 136 246 or via post. For post bookings, please send completed Subscription Form with your cheque, money order or credit card details to: Southern Cross Soloists Subscriptions, QPAC, PO Box 3567, South Bank Qld 4101. STEP 1: SELECT WHICH SUBSCRIPTION PACKAGE YOU WOULD LIKE Select your subscription type and quantity

STEP 3: Please complete your personal details Did you subscribe in 2013? Title

Senior * $141

Concession ** $96

Last Name

2 concerts Adult $108

Senior * $100

Concession ** $68

Address

30 March Kiss Me, Katharina

15 June Virtuoso

26 October Travels of a Trickster

Postcode

Optional: Additional Single Tickets

Phone

Indicate the number and type of tickets to be purchased in addition to your subscription package

Email

30 March

Senior $54

Concession $37

Cheque / Money Order (please make payable to QPAC)

Virtuoso

Credit Card Card Holders Name

Travels of a Trickster

Card Number

___ Adult ___ Senior * ___ Concession **

Expiry Date

* Seniors Card Number: ** Concession Card Type Pensioner

QPAC collects and stores your personal information in accordance with the Queensland State Government’s Information Privacy Principles. STEP 4: PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR PAYMENT DETAILS

___ Adult ___ Senior * ___ Concession ** 26 October

Mobile

Kiss Me, Katharina

___ Adult ___ Senior * ___ Concession ** 15 June

Master Card

Visa

Diners

American Express

Centrelink Health Care Card Holder

Full-time student with valid Queensland student card

CVS/AMEX ID Number

Concession Card Number:

Signature

STEP 2: TOTAL YOUR PACKAGE

All sales are final. No refunds will be made. Please check tickets on receipt.

Subscription Total

$

Additional Single Tickets Total

$

Supporter of Southern Cross Soloists ____ @ $25

$

Tax deductible donation to Southern Cross Soloists $ Transaction Fee

$ 6.20

TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE

$

STEP 5: PLEASE SEND YOUR PAYMENT WEBSITE Book and pay at qpac.com.au POST Southern Cross Soloists Subscriptions Queensland Performing Arts Centre PO Box 3567 South Bank Qld 4101 IN PERSON QPAC Box Office Queensland Performing Arts Centre, South Bank PHONE QPAC Box Office 136 246 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Southern Cross Soloists (07) 3844 7260

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3 concerts Adult $153

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Alive. Exciting. Enriching.

2014 Southern Cross Soloists photographs courtesy of David Kelly

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SxS 2014 Season