29th April @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
From art music to pop music and everything in between, Sizzle returns to the Petersham Bowling Club for another year of free, family-friendly aural delights.
2018 features Ensemble Offspring’s virtuosic instrumentalists alongside two driving forces in Sydney’s music world; Satsuki Odamura and her Koto Ensemble and Alice Chance with her new work for you, the audience, entitled The Audience Choir.
David Lang’s Cheating, Lying, Stealing whirls through the club alongside the Australian premiere of Erik Griswold’s Action Music 2, and we once again hear from 2017 Hatched Academy composer Ciaran Frame with his catchy quartet Listeners as Spectators.
Our brand new Hatched Associate Artist, Georgina Oakes joins us for the first time on clarinet and Liz Jigalin returns with another interactive musical experience featuring her Sound Parcels downstairs – a one on one sonic adventure where you get to take home your own little sound parcel made live by Liz.
Bring along the family and revel in the fun and raucous variety show that is Ensemble Offspring’s annual Sizzle.
April 29, 3pm, Petersham Bowling Club
FREE for all ages
Hikaru Sawai – Rock Garden [9′]
Hikaru Sawai – Okoto [10′]
Alice Chance – The Audience Choir (World Premiere) [15’]
Liz Jigalin – Sound Parcels performances & survey (World Premiere)
Michael Smetanin – Ladder of Escape [4’]
Christopher Fox – Reeling [8’]
Guillime Connessons – Scenes de la vie contemporaine [5’]
Erik Griswold – Action Music 2 (Australian Premiere) for bass clarinet, viola, trombone, percussion, keyboard, clarinet, cello, flute [12’]
Ciaran Frame – Listeners as Spectators for bass clarinet, viola, percussion, keyboard [8’]
David Lang – Cheating, Lying, Stealing for piano, percussion, cello, bass clarinet, brake drums [10’5]
Satsuki Odamura Koto Ensemble
Elizabeth Jigalin (sound parcels)
Alice Chance (voice)
Georgina Oakes (clarinet – Hatched Academy Associate Artist)
Claire Edwardes (percussion)
Jason Noble (clarinet)
Lamorna Nightingale (flute)
Sonya Lifschitz (keyboard)
James Wannan (viola)
Blair Harris (cello)
This project was supported by funding from Inner West Council.
Ensemble Offspring is a partner of Playwave, an initiative created by Shopfront Arts Co-op with the support of the City of Sydney, to engage new young audiences for the Arts.