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LAUNCESTON 17—19 FEBRUARY 2023MONA
FOMAnipaluna / HOBART 24—26 FEBRUARY 2023

Nico Muhly: artist in residence

Nico Muhly Artist Image

We’ve snaffled Nico Muhly to join us as our artist in residence for the 2023 festival: he’s a composer, pianist and curator who writes and composes orchestral music; works for the stage; music for film; choral music; chamber music; and sacred music. He’ll be working throughout the festival, and he / his works can be seen at these events:

Credits

Supported by the US Consulate

  • A Life Sentence with Nico Muhly

    TSO Chorus + Nico Muhly

    🔥 Limited Tickets Remaining

    An interactive choral performance where the audience dictates the entire program by choosing poems that move / interest them, and the choir performing works in response to their choices. Nico himself will also prepare a piece from a work picked by the audience, which’ll be performed to close the show.

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    $30 / $20

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    Accessibility Information

    Physical access

    There is lift access—via the main entrance—to all levels of the Hedberg Building, including the Ian Potter Recital Hall.

    The Ian Potter Recital Hall has dedicated seating options for guests in wheelchairs and their guests.
    To book these, please contact their box office directly on +61 (3) 6146 3300.

    Companion Cards

    Companion Card holders can book a free ticket for their companion when buying tickets. Your Companion Card will be requested at the door.

    Credits

    Featured artist: Nico Muhly

    Guest choral director: Simon Halsey

    Artists: TSO Chorus

    Concept + chorus master: June Tyzack

    Presented in partnership with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

    Supported by the US Consulate and UTAS

  • The TSO plays Nico Muhly

    The TSO performs works from Nico’s expansive, diverse repertoire, featuring Veronique Serret on electric violin and the vocals of countertenor Nicholas Tolputt.

    The TSO performs works from Nico’s expansive, diverse repertoire, featuring Veronique Serret on electric violin and the vocals of countertenor Nicholas Tolputt.

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    $50 / $40

    + $6 booking fee
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    Accessibility Information

    Physical access

    Accessible entry via Watchorn St available with Odeon staff assistance. Access to stalls area only.

    Quiet spaces/break out rooms for sensory relief

    Mezzanine bar area or foyer space. Please see staff if you need to be pointed to a space.

    Companion Cards

    Companion Card holders can book a free ticket for their companion when buying tickets. Your Companion Card will be requested at the door.

    Credits

    Conductor: Vincent Hardaker

    Electric violin: Véronique Serret

    Countertenor: Nicholas Tolputt

     Presented in partnership with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

    Supported by the US Consulate

  • Evening Hymn

    Nico Muhly + Nicholas Tolputt

    A free, late-night concert featuring highly accomplished composer and pianist Nico Muhly and the singular talents of countertenor Nicholas Tolputt, performing works from Nico’s oeuvre and folk songs.

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    Accessibility Information

    Physical access

    Level access to the main hall is via the side entrance; see Mona Foma staff to use this door.

    Accessible parking nearby

    The Elizabeth Street carpark across the road has accessible parking spaces. There is a five-minute drop-off / pick-up space out the front of the church, via the gate on St John Street.

    Accessible toilets

    There is an all-gender accessible toilet in the Parish Centre next to St John's.

    Credits

    Composer, pianist: Nico Muhly

    Countertenor: Nicholas Tolputt

    Supported by the US Consulate