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    Join The Australian Voices for ‘Elegy’, centered around themes of ANZAC Day.

    This concert takes its name from Frederick Septimus Kelly’s extraordinary work, ‘Elegy in Memoriam Rupert Brooke’, which he wrote while in the trenches at Gallipoli, in memory of his friend who had died. Kelly survived the Gallipoli campaign only to be killed a year later in the Battle of the Somme.

    In ‘Elegy’ we will explore the depths of emotion that reflecting through music can bring, from deep personal stories, to struggles which affect all of humanity. 

    Featuring brand new works by Aija Draguns, Darcy Archer, Michael Otago and John Rotar as well as works by F.S. Kelly, Olivia Swift, Gordon Hamilton, Ruth McCall and Margaret Tesch-Muller.

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