Sunday, June 4 2023 Kendall PhiloMusica presents a program of classical chamber music at the Kendall School of Arts.
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In the Performance at 2 pm, Goetz Richter (violin) and Jeanell Carrigan (piano) are joined by David Carreon (violin) and multiple prizewinner of the Kendall National Violin Competition and Emerging Artists Justin Chen (viola) and Joanne Hwang (cello) to perform
J. Haydn, Cello Concerto in C (Moderato)
S. Prokofiev, 'Balcony Scene" from Romeo and Juliet
J. Brahms, Sonata in d minor op 108
F. Schubert, Quartet in a minor D 804
The performance is preceded at 1 pm by a pre-concert talk from Dr. Goetz Richter on the topic of Musical Playing: Why Artificial Intelligence can't - and won't really make Music
Recent developments in AI such as ChatGBT suggest that technology will replace humans in many areas of life. However, musical play and playing music won't be one of them. To argue this, Dr. Richter, an Associate Professor at the University of Sydney puts forward a view of what actually goes on when humans play music and when listeners attend to such playing. Musical playing requires existential experience which cannot be merely gathered. Attendance at the pre-concert talk is free with a concert ticket.
To book tickets please use this link https://events.humanitix.com/kendall-philomusica-june-4-2023 or phone Mavis Barnes (02) 9665 4339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All profits from the performance will benefit the Kendall National Violin Competition.
KNVC 2023 DATES
Sunday 4th June
Sunday 6th August
9th and 10th September Weekend
PhiloMusica – Festival
September 30th, October 1 Long Weekend
Sunday 19th November
Kendall National Violin Competition Story
The Kendall National Violin Competition celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018 and has established itself as one of Australia’s foremost performance opportunities for young violinists. Past finalists and winners of the Kendall National Violin Competition have embarked on impressive careers and the Competition is proud to have encouraged these talented artists on their way.
The Kendall National Violin Competition is supported by many generous supporters of the Hastings, Camden Haven and Mid North Coast communities and is administered by an honorary management committee based in Kendall.
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