Celia Craig & Michael Ierace - Music Recital & Dinner
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About the Event
Marvelous Musicians Making More Music!
Celia Craig - Directee of Master of the Queens Music, Judith Weir CBE's first Oboe Concerto, Celia Craig has performed for the Royal Family, recorded and toured extensively, working with Bernstein, Boulez, Haitink, Ashkenazy, Rattle, Gergiev, London Symphony Orchestra and at Abbey Road Studios. Principal Oboe of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra until 2018 and an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, Celia runs her own multimedia recording company ARTARIA, whose debut recording was awarded 5 stars by The Weekend Australian, and has signed global distribution. Resident Artist, The National Trust SA, Celia holds a major Fellowship from ArtsSA and won the 2020 WinnovationSA Arts Award.
Michael Ierace - Described as a "musician of integrity and maturity" and his playing as "revelatory". Michael received the prestigious Elder Overseas Scholarship to help further his studies in London and made his professional debut with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in 2009. He completed his Postgraduate Diploma and Artists Diploma with Distinction at the Royal College of Music in London. Michael has performed extensively throughout the UK including the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Cadogan Hall, St James, Piccadilly and St Martin-in-the-Fields. At present Michael regularly performs solo and as an associate artist to national and international guests and is currently a staff pianist at the Elder Conservatorium.
This program is about an hour, is intertwined with Celia's own story through music, including stories of composers and their teachers who create and perpetuate musical progress, Celia and Michael have both studied in London, winning awards at the Royal Academy an Royal Colleges of Music respectively, in addition to many other prizes.
Time: 1800 Arrival for 1815 Sit Down.
Price: $65.00 - Includes two course dinner and Club beverages
Dress: Jacket and Tie
RSVP: By Wednesday25 August